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Apocard flecaïnide and Sotalol taken together.

Hi. I am currently taking Apocard (flecaïnide) 100 mg and Sotalol 240 mg together for eight years without any problems. My former cardiologist subscribed this combination for me. My current (but will go for a second-opinion) says 'it can be dangerous in some people and cause dangerous palps'. But. I had to try without the apocard: worse, other betablocker (nebivolol 5 mg): worse, lower dose of sotalol (160 mg): worse. I get bouts of very strong palps and a faster heartrate, about 140 when walking, I suspect SVT. Never caught on tape, even after 10 years of suffering. My question: are there any people online who take both meds for a longer period? I would like to change thoughts. Thanks!


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