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Metoprolol and new heart condition

I take 25 mg of Metoprolol Tartrate in the am and 50 mg at 6:00pm and have been on this drug for years - previously was on Lisinopril and doing fine - just diagnosed with mild left concentric ventricular hypertrophy on Echo - how serious is this ? Also now have orthostatic hypotension when I stand up - can’t even get cardiologist on the phone and NP or Med aide call back with no help! ## Mild left concentric ventricular hypertrophy translates to enlargement and thickening of the walls of your hearts main pumping chamber, it can develop in response to several medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, heart failure, and other heart conditions, basically anything that causes your left ventricle to work harder than normal. After all, the heart is a muscle, so if it works more/h... ...

Updated in Metoprolol
symptoms of CHF congenetive heart failure?

My friend's feet and ankles have been swollen and redish purple for about 6 months now. He is winded all the time and [years ago] has been diagnosed with an enlarged heart. he is not diabetic [we check him regularly], but his heart rate is usually over 110. ## Hello, DonnaMarie! How is he doing? Yes, those could be some symptoms of it, but they can also be symptoms of other conditions. He should consult his doctor to have the matter checked out. How is his blood pressure? Has it been high recently? ...

Updated in Heart (Cardiac)
Vet drugsTH

Around 4 years ago our American Eskimo Spitz was diagnosed with an enlarged heart. We treated him for nearly a year for that problem through our family vet., but the medicine he was on didin't help. Finally he referred us to a specialist in Gathersburg, MD. At that appointment he was diagnosed with COPD, and the medicine he was treated with could have caused kidney failure. That vet put him on the tussigon and it does help some. The reason I am writing is because I see that several people have written in that they have the same breed of dog that we have. Just make sure that your diagnoses is correct and your dogs are being treated for the correct illness. I also see that people are having a hard time finding Tussigon.Why aren't your vets providing this for you? It is expensive, ... ...

Updated in Tussigon
tussigon w/o Homatropine

Our American Eskimo developed a cough about a month ago. She has an enlarged heart and possible collapsing trachia. She's 15 yrs and has been put on Tussigon. However, when she's on it she stops eating. Is there an alternative withouut the Homatropine additive? ## Tussigon contains Hydrocodone and Homotropine. Tussigon itself is not available without the Homotropine, however, there are some other medications that are. To obtain them, for your dog, however, you will need to speak to her vet about this problem, as they do all require a prescription. Your vet will also want to determine what is causing her to stop eating, as it could be either ingredient in this medication or something else entirely unrelated. Have you consulted them, yet? ## It was our vet that brought it to our a... ...

Updated in Tussigon
THE side effects of flavedon mr

what are the side effects of the drug FLAVEDON. MR. I have an Enlarged Heart, and I am prescribed this Tablet along with the other tablets such as LANOXIN, CARDACE 5, CARZEC 3.125, ASSURANS 20, EPTUS 25, DEPLATT 75, ROSUVAS 10,. ## HI, Josphine! Flavedon MR is listed as containing Trimetazidine, it is most commonly used to treat angina. Learn more Flavedon MR details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness and headache. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

Updated in Lanoxin
How Long I Person Alive After Taking Lupibose 62 5 And Cavitra Twice In A Day

Sir as doctor says my heart is enlarge and i am a patient of diabeties and highbloodpreasure.i am asthamatic also i am taking becosule,atorvastation,ecosprin av 75\20 cavitra 50 lupibose 62.5,teleat am 40\5 zytonk 2.5 and livogin twice in a day. how long i will take all medician as i an 77.female what are the side effects of this medicians ...

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side effects of medicine for cholesterol

My doc has advised ROTUMAC 10 THRU OUT MY LIFE TO BE TAKEN FOR MY ENLARGED HEART. I AM ALSO AN ASTHAMATIC . PLS ADVISE THE SIDE EFFECTS IF I STOP IT AFTER AWHILE. ## This medication is most commonly used to help lower cholesterol levels. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and joint/muscle aches. Stopping it suddenly could cause a rebound cholesterol elevation. Are you on any other medications? ...

Updated in Cholesterol
alpha blocker withdrawal symptoms

Would you get heart palpitations and or pvc if you start skipping taking your alpha blockers like flomax for instance?my husband uses it for his enlarged prostate ## Hello, Terry! How is your husband doing? Those can be side effects of this medication, as reported by the FDA and, if he's skipping doses, it would be normal for them to keep recurring from when he does take a dose. He may also experience nausea, dizziness, hypotension and vertigo. What dosage does he take? And how many doses in a row does he usually skip? Has his doctor been informed? ...

Updated in Flomax
tussigon

where can i find tussigon 5/1.5 mg. for my dog ## Our American Eskimo developed a cough about a month ago. She has an enlarged heart and possible collapsing trachia. She's 15 yrs and has been put on Tussigon. However, when she's on it she stops eating. Is there an alternative withouut the Homatropine additive? ...

Updated in Tussigon
blue pill 72 inscription

small heartshaped blue pill with 72 on one side and blank on the other ## The pill which you are describing is Finasteride 5 mg. This medication is most commonly used to treat male pattern baldness or prostate enlargement. You can read more about this drug at: Do you have any other questions or information to add? Please post back if you do... ...

Updated in Finasteride
prostrate problem

Sir I am S.N.Phukan 55 years old man. My prostrate is enlarged to 41 gr. Previously I took silofast-8 now doctor changed it to urimax-D at bed time. I took also Olmezest-20 for blood sugar. I am also a heart patient. This year 25th September placed a pace maker in my heart before placing pace maker I was fall down and injured in my nose. I took also ecosprin-150 and atorva-20mg for heart. How long I will take urimax-D. To day my fasting blood sugar is 199. I took insulin human mastered 30/70 20 unit before lunch and 10 unit before dinner. Again at bed time I took basolack 20 unit. I am waiting for your reply. S.N.Phukan, Assam ...

Updated in Urimax
amtas 5 used for high blood presure

Hi there I'm diabetic and take Indoblok 40mg 5x pd and Amtas 5 in morning. My heartbeat so fast if I don't have indoblok. I'm using it for 30 yrs now... I have an enlarged heart... My heart rate is 103 and higher.. What can I do please? ## Hello, Rubi! How are you? What is your heart rate with the Indoblok? Is 103 a resting heart rate or is that after activity? It is normal for those with such a heart condition to have a higher heart rate, due to the fact that their heart has to work harder than normal. Medications such as this are usually intended to help keep the heart from having to work so hard, so it doesn't go into heart failure. I have to take one every day, due to high blood pressure, which causes by heart rate to accelerate. Continuing your medication, as direct... ...

Updated in Diabetes
 Minizide Polythiazide + Prazosin

Prazosin is a medication primarily used to treat high blood pressure, symptoms of an enlarged prostate, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).[2] It is a less preferred treatment of high blood pressure.[2] Other uses may include heart failure and Raynaud syndrome.[3] It is taken by mouth.[2] Common side effects include dizziness, sleepiness, nausea, and heart palpitations.[2] Serious side effects may include lo...
 Prazosin

Prazosin is a medication primarily used to treat high blood pressure, symptoms of an enlarged prostate, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).[2] It is a less preferred treatment of high blood pressure.[2] Other uses may include heart failure and Raynaud syndrome.[3] It is taken by mouth.[2] Common side effects include dizziness, sleepiness, nausea, and heart palpitations.[2] Serious side effects may include lo...
 Minipress Prazosin

Prazosin is a medication primarily used to treat high blood pressure, symptoms of an enlarged prostate, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).[2] It is a less preferred treatment of high blood pressure.[2] Other uses may include heart failure and Raynaud syndrome.[3] It is taken by mouth.[2] Common side effects include dizziness, sleepiness, nausea, and heart palpitations.[2] Serious side effects may include lo...
 Polythiazide + Prazosin

Prazosin is a medication primarily used to treat high blood pressure, symptoms of an enlarged prostate, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).[2] It is a less preferred treatment of high blood pressure.[2] Other uses may include heart failure and Raynaud syndrome.[3] It is taken by mouth.[2] Common side effects include dizziness, sleepiness, nausea, and heart palpitations.[2] Serious side effects may include lo...
all about simvastatin

What diseases/illness can zimvast cure? My mother had a stroke in 2008. Now we are bringing her to the doctor for a check up and the result of her x-ray says that her heart is enlarged. The ultrasound result tells us that her lungs and heart have fats... ## This medication is used to help lower cholesterol levels to help prevent heart attacks and stroke. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and joint/muscle aches. Is she on any other medications? ...

Updated in Simvastatin
 Cozaar Losartan

Losartan, sold under the trade name Cozaar among others, is a medication mainly used to treat high blood pressure.[2] It is also used for diabetic kidney disease, heart failure, and left ventricular enlargement.[2] It is taken by mouth.[2] It may be used alone or in addition to other blood pressure medication.[2] Up to six weeks may be required for the full effects to occur.[2] Common side effects include muscle c...
 Losartan

Losartan, sold under the trade name Cozaar among others, is a medication mainly used to treat high blood pressure.[2] It is also used for diabetic kidney disease, heart failure, and left ventricular enlargement.[2] It is taken by mouth.[2] It may be used alone or in addition to other blood pressure medication.[2] Up to six weeks may be required for the full effects to occur.[2] Common side effects include muscle c...
 Digitek Digoxin

Digoxin, sold under the brand name Lanoxin among others, is a medication used to treat various heart conditions.[2] Most frequently it is used for atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, and heart failure.[2] Digoxin is taken by mouth or by injection into a vein.[2] Common side effects include breast enlargement with other side effects generally due to an excessive dose.[2][3] These side effects may include loss of a...



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