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Heart palpitations since starting lotemax

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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor?

Since this does contain the active ingredient Loteprednol, which is a steroid class medication, heart palpitations could the sign of a serious reaction, so you should talk to your doctor, as soon as possible.


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