Betahistine Mesylate Side Effect

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Mark Says:


I was taking this medicine when i was admitted in the hospital because of vertigo. The doctor let me take this since my first day in the ward. During my first night in the ward, i started to palpitate every time i tried to sleep. First night was not bad, i managed to sleep but keep waking up from time to time. I told about my doctor about the palpitation but they said they cannot do about this since my ecg is normal. I had three sleepless nights as the palpitation is getting worse everytime i close my eyes. I just realized that it is because of this medicine when i stopped taking betahistine mesylate, palpitation stopped little by little. Im just sharing this for those people who will experience the same thing taking this medicine.



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Pilpitation is accuring every time i take betahistine

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