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Premarin Atenolol Candesartan Flecainide Acetate
Atenolol is a relatively long-acting (24 hours) beta-blocker. Beta-blockers as a group of medications calm or slow the heart rate down. They stop the swings in hr from stress or nerves. If someone is on a good dose of a beta-blocker and are startled, the medication suppresses the pounding of your heart. It also won't allow the hr to climb with exercise. It's used to ...Read more
What happens if someone takes premarin, (conjugated estrogens) atenolol, candesartan, and flecainide acetate?
BP Rhythm control: The medication you are taking are used for distinctly different reasons. Premarin (conjugated estrogens) an estrogen is used for post-menopausal symptoms. Atenolol and candesartan are a beta blocker and angiotensin receptor blocker used for blood pressure control. Flecainide is an antiarrhythmic usually used for atrial fibrillation control. They are all acceptable to be used together for their intended purpose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wake up with discomfort in heart region but after 1hr vigorous exercise feel fine. I take atenolol, lisinopril, flecainide for mild arrhythmia. Worry?
Generally, whenever: We hear chest pain, there is concern. Though generally chest pain increases with exertion, unstable angina can cause pain at any time. You may try something for reflux, like zantac (ranitidine) prior to bed, but consider a baby asa and follow up with your doc. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have frequent nose bleeds from time to time. Am on atenolol, lisinopril and flecainide for mild arrhythmia. Are the two related?
Not related: Your nose bleeds are most likely a result of nasal dryness. We do see an increase of nose bleeds in patients with high blood pressure, but your medicines should be controlling that. Keep the nose moist with saline spray and a little daily vaseline. This will likely be helpful. If persists, see an ENT to make sure no large superficial vessels that could be cauterized. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My father take Atenolol 50mg and candesartan 12mg for HTN, now he experience frequent ectopic beat(symptomless) what is the best management,bestregard?
Do you know anything about heart palpitations and the use of zocor, premarin, (conjugated estrogens) or atenolol?
Yes: Palpitations can be because of cardiac arrhythmias, but we also see a lot of people who complain of palpitations and do not have any evidence of an arrhythmia or fast pulse rate while they're complaining of it. I have never heard of zocor or Premarin (conjugated estrogens) causing arrhythmias unless there are other issues (for example pulmonary embolism with premarin), atenolol is generally used to treat palpitations. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can someone take erectile dysfunction medication if he takes 100 mg twice a day of flecainide acetate?
Yes: There is no adverse reaction between Flecainide and drugs for ed. The major adverse drug reaction is with Nitroglycerin drugs which can interact with ED drugs and cause a severe drop in blood pressure. Other drugs like Alpha blockers can cause a drop in blood pressure too. You should always always ask your doctor questions about drug interactions.You should make a list of all the drugs you take. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
With a-fib is it safe to ride roller coasters if your a-fib is being treated with medications? In sept. I was hospitalized with a-fib , with a cardiac cath a hole was found in my heart apparently i was born with it. I am currently taking flecanide acetate
Treatment : Treatment for atrial fibrillation is based on symptoms. The stimulation of the ride may increase your heart rate (which is the reason most people ride them, after all). If you don't have problems with rapid palpitation on the roller coaster, there is no reason not to ride it. ...Read more
Antiarhythmic drug: Flecainide is an antiarhythmic drug that belongs to a class of antiarhythmic drugs class 1-a . It blocks the sodium current in the cell and is used to treat atrial arrhythmias. However because of its potential risk of serious side effect it is only recommended in patients with no heart disease. ...Read more
Depends: The elimination half-life of a single dose is 6-7 hours so there would be no effect after about 24-30 hours. For someone taking it chronically, it could hang around for days. ...Read more
Atenolol: 12.5mg is a small dose. If its working its fine, if not there is lots of room for increase. ...Read more
Probably OK: Avoid cliffs, high-wire walking and use caution on stairs, otherwise should be ok. Hydrate well tonight. ...Read more
This is a medication in a class of blood pressure medications called angiotensin ii receptor blockers (arbs). They work by blunting the effect of the molecule angiotensin ii which is in part responsible for causing blood vessels to contract and thus raising blood pressure. By blocking this molecule the blood vessels dilate and ...Read more