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Is there any side effects of Cardicor ?

I am a 33 year old male and have been prescribed a course of Cardicor because I suffered a bout of Atria Fibrilation (AF) on Sunday morning. Is it normal to feel nautious and dizzy with this drug, and can it also result in mild chest pain akin to indigestion? I am frankly terrified at the moment that this will lead to further problems etc and am not dealing with it very well. Any adivise re these side effects would be greatfully received. Thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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Hello matt;
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Cardicor is bisoprolol which you have been taking for AF.The common side effects are nausea;vomiting;dizziness;headache;fatigue;postural hypotension;sleep disturbances etc.So no need to worry these are the side effects of the medicine you are having and please consult your doctor for further management.
Answered: Sat, 16 Jul 2011
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