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Treated for atrial fibrillation how long should i take sotalol

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Dr.  Anantharamakrishnan MD

I was recently treated for Atrial Fibrillation and prescribed Sotalol XXXXXXX as a medication. Do I need to be on this indefinitely? I had afib last year after surgery but was resolved... View answer

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Dr. Divakara MD

I have suffered from atrial fibrillation for over 20 years and have taken warfarin for many years ... ). They keep an eye on it and if it goes on for a long time they get out the paddles. Each time my... View answer

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Dr. Benard Shehu MD

and collecting data and seeing how things work. That's why I started taking EKG readings of my Dad's heart. As I ... it takes me much longer than it should to process information. (But once I... View answer

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Dr. Priyank Mody MD

to stop taking it and we will start a new med. Should I keep trying antiarythmics or go for a cardioblation proceedure? My follow up is: How long does it take for Sotalol to flush... View answer

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Dr. Priyank Mody MD

how long is tykosin effective for treatment of defib i am taking tykosin for treatment of defib. ... View answer

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Dr. Bhanu Partap MD

have been prescribed to take half tablet of Acitrom 2 mg daily. Kindly advise if the drug management is OK ? What should be future strategy w.r.t get rid of AF. ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Bhanu Partap ( Cardiologist)
Dr.  Monish De MD

, and am currently taking Sotalol 120 mg. up from 80 mg twice a day. Is it time to consider ablation. I have an appointment with My Cardiologist today, and wanted to know questions I should ask. ... View answer

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Dr.  Sagar Makode MD

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 ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Sagar Makode ( Cardiologist)
Dr.      Bhanu Partap MD

per week (have been exercising for 35 years); Diagnosed with AFIB in 1996; treated with medication ... (estimating 4 to 6 PVC s per minute); Very disturbing, as I feel the PVC s; Take Metoprolol 50 MG daily... View answer

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Dr.  Shinas Hussain MD

Hi, I am 67 yrs old and am from India and have been diagnosed for paroxysm of atrial fibrillation ... replaced by Acitrom 1 mg targeting an inr of 2 to 2.5.My questions are: 1)Should I rush to a... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Shinas Hussain ( General & Family Physician)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Benard Shehu MD

Hi, the Atrial fibrillation should last more than forty eight hours, to increase the risk of stroke.

Dr. Md Iftakhar MD

Hi, atrial fibrillation is not that common in young age. If someone is having this at this age, then there can be some pathological or etiological factor for that. If you have been diagnosed with this then...

Dr. Benard Shehu MD

Hi i read your query and would like to say that this may happen if you have repetitive atrial fibrillation (that come and go) when you aren't taking warfarin.