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Medicine For Lanoxin Allergy
It is a heart drug...A purified product of the foxglove plant. It has effects which include strengthening the contraction of the heart muscle, slowing conduction of the heart's electrical impulse through the av node and thereby helping to slow the heart rate during atrial fibrillation. Because of potential toxicity, its use has been largely replaced ...Read more
Digoxin allergy: Digoxin (Lanoxin, Digox) is a a medication that is used to support blood pressure support & as an antiarrhythmic. An allergy occurs when your body’s immune system creates antibodies to a foreign substance causing a reaction that can be mild to severe. For potential adverse effects see: http://www. Webmd. Com/drugs/2/drug-4358/digoxin-oral/details ...Read more
Heart rhythm: Lanoxin is the brand name for digoxin or digitalis, which is a medication with a long history of use to treat heart failure and abnormal heart rhythms. It is not always necessary in pneumonia; it is given to treat heart problems that can sometimes accompany pneumonia especially in elderly patients. ...Read more
Yes: Normally, there should be no problem taking them at the same time. ...Read more
Could you think lanoxin, aldactone (spironolactone) and Lasix (ferosimide) could be taken at the same time with no harmful effects?
For sure: They're routinely given together and they blend very nicely because they counteract one another's side effects. ...Read more
Digoxin: We have used it for hundreds of years, recently it has been falling into disfavor. It needs to be used with great care and this may be why recent usage problems are seen. It is an ancient poison so it can't be taken lightly. ...Read more
My new cardiologist told me to discontinue Lanoxin (digoxin) after taking it for 25 years. Cold turkey. Can I expect any withdrawal symptoms?
Lanoxin (digoxin): Symptoms depend on what it was originally prescribed for, & if that condition is resolved. Please get more clear answers from that doctor. ...Read more
The hole in my heart's about an inch, is that considered large? I also have migraine, won't it be a conflict with my vsd? I take lanoxin (digoxin). I'm 19. Tnx
Yes: A septal defect of an inch in diameter is large, and can eventually cause problems secondary to the overload of recirculating blood. Talk to your doc about options for closing the defect. ...Read more
Good day I'm currently taking coq10, Lasix, lanoxin, coreg, warfarin and aldactone (spironolactone). I would really like to know if any of these cause constipation?
Constipation: There are multiple possible causes which include medication effects possible in you. Discuss with your dr., might want to try mom rather than fiddle with the meds. ...Read more
I have significant mitral valve prolapse. I stopped taking lanoxin (digoxin) when I was 21. I am no 50 and I get bad fluttering in my chest do I need it now?
You should: Find out what is behind the fluttering feeling. Possibly a rhythm disturbance such as salvo of premature contractions or atrial fibrillation. I both cases I would see the internist/cardiologist as especially having afib exposes you to blood clots in the upper chamber that can lead to strokes. So my humble advise see the cardiologist asap! Please do not delay! ...Read more
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Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more