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Hydrocodone and atrial fibrillation

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How to control atrial fibrillation?

can I keep my a fib under control? XXXX
 

Is cardioversion for atrial fibrillation safe?

Has anyone ever died from a cardioversion? Should one be done if just diagnosed a month ago with atrial fibrillation? ...
 

What causes atrial fibrillation?

What is A-Fib Would another ablation help?
 

Suggest treatment for atrial fibrillation

I have Afib. Trying to decide if I should take a blood thinner and which one. What is your opinion? Thanks
 

Suggest treatment for atrial fibrillation

My husband has been diagnosed with asymptomatic afib He is 73 years old with NO medical risk factors. Good B/p great pulse good aic --no thyroid abnormalities--no sleep apnea . He has had echoes--valves OK-- nuclear stress test--coronary arteries...
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Can hydrocodone cause sudden atrial fibrillation?

Hello,I m a 52 year old male in reasonably good health . I had an episode last Monday where my heart went into Afib for no apparent underlying causes. I have been on Hydrocodone 10/650 since 2011 ...
 

Does pinched nerve lead to atrial fibrillation?

. She has taken Excedrin and ibuprofin with little result. I suggested hydrocodone , but she is concerned that it might cause atrial fibrillation. Is this pain killer not indicated? ...
 

Treatment for atrial fibrillation.

50 yr old female. Have had food poisoning twice in past 20 years and both times experienced vomiting. Subsequent to the vomiting, my heart rate has become extremely irregular and has shot up t0 230 beats per minute. Rhythm is irregular (skipping),...
 

What is the treatment for Atrial Fibrillation?

my dad has recently been diagnosed with AF and a recent test also shows an inflamed left ventricle. Is the inflamed ventricle likely to be caused by the AF or could it be a seperate ailment? He is 65, slightly overweight and is on medication for...
 

How to treat atrial fibrillation?

I am 25 years old and I have atrial fibrillation. My doctor told me that as of now its very mild and I do not need to take any medication unless i experience symptoms from it. I am going to a music ...
 

How to confirm atrial fibrillation?

.told he has atrial fibrillation.no high blood presure or heath problems. ...
 

Effect of smoking on atrial fibrillation

if a person is diagnosed with atrial fibrillation is it harmful to smoke hookah? ...
 

How to control atrial fibrillation?

I have been on Atenolol for 6 years (had a silent heart attack) Now I develloped Atrial Fibrillation. How to control this so i do not get a stroke? I am 76 yo male (ex carpenter, retired in 1985 ...
 

Suggest treatment for atrial fibrillation

I ve just been diagnosed with AFIB. I ve been prescribed Metoprolol Succ ER (25mg) by my doctor. I m 5 2, 112lbs and don t take any meds. I seem to react quite strongly to medication so I m worried about taking this. I ve been reviewing peoples...
 

is atrial fibrillation serious??

my mom is in hospital with atrial fibrillation, will she be ok ...
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What is Atrial Fibrillation? What are the causes? Treatment?
Welcome to Health Care Magic It is a chaotic (totally irregular) rhythm – originating from the upper chambers of the heart Several causes involving nerves, muscle of the heart may cause .. Treatment – Aim for normal rhythm / if not feasible, control the rate… Consult Electrophysiologist Wishing well
 
What digestive disorders can cause atrial fibrillation?
varisis of stomach and oesophagus or any thing related to the vascular pathology may cause / . good luck.
 
What causes it? what causes Atrial fibrillation?
Hi.It could be electrolytes problem,side effect of any medicine,and post myocardial infarction .It needs carefull measures by cardiologist. Pls hit thanks
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