Rated Angiodrox for Atrial Fibrillation Report
after hospitalization for afib have been o. 480 mg capsules and experience severe foot swelling headaches my thought processes are slow and contused. Worse is the overwhelming lethargy and ED that can't be helped with the usual cialis. At first opportunity will.seek.to have this med dropped from 480 to 120 mg prescription.
Warnings for people with certain health conditions
For people who have had a recent heart attack: If you’ve had a recent heart attack and have fluid buildup in your lungs, you shouldn’t take this drug. Angiodrox could worsen your condition by slowing down your heart.
For people with liver disease: Angiodrox may cause more harm to your liver. Your doctor may monitor your liver function while you’re on this drug.
For people with certain heart problems: You shouldn’t use Angiodrox if you have sick sinus syndrome or atrioventricular (AV) block unless you have a pacemaker. This drug can rarely cause a very slow heart rate. Your risk for this may be higher if you take other heart medications called beta-blockers or digoxin. If you have heart failure, your symptoms may get worse if you use this drug, especially if also use beta-blockers. If you have heart failure, tell your doctor.
Metoprolol vs. Angiodrox: What's the difference?
- Metoprolol and Angiodrox are used to treat high blood pressure (hypertension), heart pain (angina), and abnormal heart rhythms.
- Metoprolol is also used to treat congestive heart failure, hyperthyroidism, and some neurologic conditions, and to prevent migraineheadaches.
- Brand names for metoprolol include Lopressor and Toprol XL.
- Brand names for Angiodrox include Cardizem, Cardizem CD, Cardizem LA, Tiazac, Cartia XT, Diltzac, and Dilt-CD.
- Metoprolol and Angiodrox belong to different drug classes. Metoprolol is a beta-blocker (beta-adrenergic blocking agent) and Angiodrox is a calcium channel blocker (CCB).
- Side effects of metoprolol and Angiodrox that are similar include constipation, nausea, and low blood pressure (hypotension).
- Side effects of metoprolol that are different from Angiodrox include abdominal cramps, diarrhea, fatigue, insomnia, indigestion, depression, dreaming, memory loss, fever, impotence, lightheadedness, decreased exercise tolerance, increased triglycerides, bronchospasm, cold extremities, sore throat, shortness of breath, or wheezing.
- Side effects of Angiodrox that are different from metoprolol include headache, rash, swelling of the legs and feet with fluid (edema), drowsiness, dizziness, liver dysfunction, overgrowth of the gums, and mildly abnormal liver tests.
Angiodrox is excreted in human milk. One report suggests that concentrations in breast milk may approximate serum levels. If use of Tiazac is deemed essential, an alternative method of infant feeding should be instituted.
Rated Angiodrox for Migraine Prophylaxis Report
When nothing else helped my migranes this medication was wonderful. Coming off a lot of other narcotics also helped. But long term this medication has controlled my migraines for years. We are slowly decreasing my dosage. Never do this without your doctor. I did not have any side effects from taking this medication. I highly recommend this medication fpor anyone who is siffering.
Decreases in blood pressure associated with Angiodrox hydrochloride therapy may occasionally result in symptomatic hypotension.