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Is Rythmol necessary if you have a pacemaker?

My mother has a pacemaker but was never taken off Rythmol... We were wondering why she still should take Rythmol? ## It contains the active ingredient Propafenone, which is used to help prevent cardiac arrhythmia, and she should take it as long as her doctor deems it appropriate for her to do so. The pacemaker cannot do everything, so she could still be at risk, if she stops the medication. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, increased urination, lowered heart rate, headache, and hypotension. Is she on any other medications? Why was the pacemaker implanted? At this time, even with the pacemaker, it is very important to keep her cardiac rhythm under control. In most cases, it takes multiple methods to help prolong someone's life, and to pro...

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Rythmol and seman

Can Rythmol be transfered through seman and cause any side effects? ## Hello, Laura! How are you? No, you'll not be exposed to the mediations that a man is taking in such a manner. Any trace amounts that might carry through to his semen would be far too small to have an effect on anyone else. The FDA classifies this an anti-arrhythmic that's used to treat illnesses associated with rapid heart beat and its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, metallic taste and GI upset. If you had a bad reaction to sperm, you may have a sperm allergy or be allergic to a protein produced by the specific man in question. What types of symptoms did you experience?

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buildup of rhythmol in sistem

GP has diagnosed neuropathy in feet but this terrible burning sensation is from the soles of feet to face and eyes. Skin irritation/burning folllowing urination, lasts about 15 minutes; hip joint discomfort ## Common side effects of Rythmol (Propafenone) can include: dry mouth headache nausea vomiting diarrhea constipation loss of appetite unusual taste in the mouth (a metallic taste) gastrointestinal upset tiredness anxiety blurred vision uncontrollable shaking of a part of the body difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep difficulty with coordination CNS disturbances such as dizziness lightheadedness bronchospasm Some side effects can be serious. If you experience any of these symptoms, call your doctor immediately: difficulty breathing wheezing chest pain new or worsening irregula...

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small white round pill with v on one side

round white pill 150 on one side and a haert shape on the other side ## I am not 100% certain, but it seems this is very similar to a 150mg Rythmol tablet, which contains the active ingredient Propafenone, used to treat irregular heartbeat. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and bronchospasm. does anyone else have any input on this tablet?

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