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Age4260+4071543256462251715457717245663266395848485974Age39556152404960625559227037505267551144415960243849Age40484260525655595458574648645354496844503552305045Age6365295066Born 196258585172544045566543554559506135514358Age544666305664414758705444535833464724674245536234Age346849574137545548 (first entry - now 53 and updated entry Feb '10)4973 (in another two months)4554493246676253335562522761Age50313939394748554234564557476050344357626038296535Age67336062604545554644655255653555635450466157504051Age7066415749545049483364463756525756543466.463349196858Age49275552475548Born 10 Oct 264961624547415256636151663563474754Agedate of birth 12 Feb 194659 (6'4 215 lbs)564774643559594572594546684043 (born 1969)
DiagnosedParoxysmal Atrial FibrilationAFIB, A-flutterPermanent Lone Afib, High Blood pressure tooAFib Paroxysmal Atrial FibrillationAtrial FibrillationA Flutter/A Fib Paroxysmala-fibParoxsymal Afibparoxysmal afib, vagal typesick sinus /atrial flutterA-Fib, A-FlutterRefractory atrial fibrillationAtrial fibrillationParoxymal Atrial FibrillationParoxysmal Atrial Fibrillationarrhythmia, paroxysmal afA-FibAtrial FibParoxysmal AFparoxysmal atrial fibrillationA-FibLone AfibChronic AFIB since the end of 2001persistent A FibDiagnosedLone AFparoxysmal AFAfibParoxysmal AFatrial fibrillationParocysmal A- Fib, left Inferior pulmonary vein occlusionlone atrial fibrillationA Fib and PVCLone Atrial FribliationAFIBWolff-Parkinson-white syndromeA-FIBAtrial FibrillationA fibparoxysmal atrial fribillationParoxysmal atrial fibrilationatrial fibrulationParoxysmal Atrial Fibrillation, Posteroseptal concealed accessory pathwayparoxsmal atrial fibrillationParoxysmal AF Paroxysmal AF and atrial flutterParoxysmal Atrial FibrillationAtrial FibrillationAFib, AFlutter, SVT'sAtrial Fibulation, Block Artery and FlutterDiagnosedLone AfibAFib/AflutterAFIBAtrial FribulationAFAF - Paroxysmalparoxysmal atrial fibrillationParoxysmal vagal atrial fibrillationAtrial Fibrilation - Flutterparoxysmal atrial fibrillationpermanent afAfib - A flutterPAFParoxysmal A-fib/FlutterA Fib / AFluttera-fib and mitral valve prolapseAfib paraxsymalAtrial FibrillationLone A-fibAtrial FibrillationAFPAFPar AF, Ectopic beats, slight mitral value leak, pulmonary flow murmur & slight mitral value murmurPAFA Fib, A Flutter, PSVTDiagnosedPersistent Atrial FibrilationParoxysmal Lone Atrial Fibrillationatypical complex tachycardiaParoxysmal Atrial FibrillationAF (paroxsysmal )and A flutter , type unknownAF & AVNRTLone AFlone AF (paroxysmal)afAtrial fibrillation and flutterPAF - paroxsymal atrial fibrillationParoxysmal atrial/atrial fibrillationAFParoxysmal Atrial Fibrillation and FlutterIrregular heart beatLone, paroxysmal AF, bradycardiaparoxysmal afLone AFAtrial FibrillationParoxysmal Atrial FibrillationA Fib A Fibatril fibrallationAtrial FibrillationPAFDiagnosedA FIBparoxsymal atrial fibrillationwas Atrial Fibrillation, now A Flutteratrial fibrillation with re-entrant tachycardiaPAF, PVCChronic atrial fibrillation currently controlled by medicationParoxysmal AFPersistent afibLone Arterial FibrilationAFib & AFlutter & Atrial Septal DefectAtrial FibrillationAtrial FibDilated Cardiomyopathy with permanent Atrial FibrillationAFibatrial fibrilationLone Prox AfibParoxysmal Atrial FibrillationParoxysmal Atrial FibrillationLone Atrial Fibrillation and Flutteratrial fibrillationAfParoxysmal Atrial Fibrillationatrial fibrillationlone a-fib (vagal)Paroxysmal AFDiagnosedAFAtrial Fibparox lone afiblone paroxsysmal vagal atrial fibrillationLone AFchronic atrial fibrillationafPAFParoxysmal AFParoxismal AFAF (I convert spontaneously)atrial fibrillation, right atrial flutter, left atrial flutterpermanent afPAFatrial fibrillationAtrial Fibatrial fib./flutterParaoxysmal (lone) atrial fibrillation - no other heart problemsLone Atrial Fibrillation1998(Lone) Paroxsymal Atrial FibrillationParoxsymal Afib, diabetes type 2Paroxysmal (lone) atrial fibrillation (vagal/mixed), no other heart problemsAtrial Fibrillation with Wolfe Parkinson White SyndromeAtrial fibrillationDiagnosedparoxysmal atrial fibrillationSVT is 'official' diagnosisParoxsysmal A FParoxsysmal Atrial FibrillationLone Atrial FibrillationAtrial Fibrillation, ArrhythmiaLone A-FibPAT AF/FLa fibAV-node re-entry tachycardia (episodes degenerate into AF)'Lone' atrial fibrillationParoxysmal Atrial FibrillationAFAfib-A flutterAtrial fibrulationsymptomatic A Fib.AFparoxysmal AFVagal AF and flutterAtrial FibrillationLone A-Fibatrial fibrillation, atrial fluterPersistent fast AFLAFatrial fibrillation and flutterDiagnosedparoxymal a-fibLone Atrial FibrillationVagal Para. AFIBlone atrial fibrillationLone Atrial FibrilationAFAtrial Fibrillation, ASDLAF/CHFA Fatrial fibrillation, atrial tachycardiaafibpaoxismal lone a-fibA-fib (formerly also a-flutter)AF, SICK SINUS SYNDROME July 2002, IBS since l998AfibAtrial flutter/fibrillationPAFParoxysmal atrial fibrillation/flutter (PAF)atrial fibrillationPAFLone Atrial FibAtrial Fib.Atrial FibrilationAtrial Fibrillation with flutterLone AFIBDiagnoseda-fib + flutterlone paroxymal atrial fibrillationParoxymal Atrial Fibrillationparoximal Lone Atrial fibrillationproximal afib & atrial flutterlone atrial fibrillationAtrial FibrillationParoxysmal atrial fibrillation, sino atrial disease tachy/brady cardiaVagally Mediated Lone Paroxysmal Atrial FibrillationAtrial FibrilationafibLAF/PAF probably vagally mediatedatrial fibrillation1996AFLone AFafibAtrial fibrillationLone A Fib.ATRIAL FIBRILLATIONVagal AFLone Atrial FibrilationParoxsymal AFAtrial Fibrilation, Atrial Flutter, and previouosly had WPW (eliminated by RF ablation 1990)atrial fibrilationDiagnosedAtrial Fiblone prox. afParoxysmal A-FibA-FibAfibatrial fibrillation and atrial flutterlone paroxysmal atrial fibrillationAtrial fibrilationparoxysmal atrial fibrillation with atrial flutterparoxysma atrial fibrillationlAtrial fibrillationchronic AFafib and atrial flutterafatrial fibrillationparoxysmal atrial fibrillationAFatrial fibrillationAtrial Fibrillation - Paroxysmal, Lone (Vagally-mediated)atrial fibrillationparoxysmal lone atrial fibrilationLone A.F.Vagally mediated Lone AFAtrial Fibrillation - now Persistent. Still vagal characteristics, but more mixed nowatrial fibrilation, paroxysmal, loneDiagnosedParoxysmal Atrial Fibrillation with Atrial FlutterLone Atrial FibrillationAtrial Fibrillationlone paroxysmal atrial fibrillationAtrial fibrillationParoxysmal Atrial FibrillationParoxysmal or'lone' atrial fibrillationLone Paraoxsysmal Atrial FibrillationParoxsymal AFibPAFlone atrial fibrillationParoxysmal [vagally-mediated] atrial fibrillationvagally mediated paroxysmal atrial fibrillationA-FibAtrial FibrillationLone Chronic Afibidiopathic paroxysmal AF
HowLong10+4Pernanent for 7 years, intermittent for years before thatOne224175 years5diagnosised in 2009, but it may have existanced for years.1209Symptoms present many years but only diagnosed 1 year ago57 with arrythmia, 5 with af46 monthsNearly 783-4 years1511 years11HowLong2.50.252 months15newly diagnosed/possibly one year41 yearlife2 1/2 years 7228720013 years302324 years62-3 years81 1/215First occurence 1995 then off and off for last 7 yearsHowLong39yrs1210326301484101.3327525+52115+107 years65 years23HowLongtwoCondition in mild form had been there since my late twenties but it became much more agressive 12 months ago.1.832 yearssince 1988 AVNRT/ since 1998 AF1617+51211.56445 years147 yrs Ten years diagnosed26 years9 months16<1103/44HowLongPVC 8 years, A FIB 3 years1less than one year202510 yrs - 7 years paroxismal, 2 years chronic, 1 yr controlled313 since diagnosys but probably a lot longerLifetime for ASD & Unknown for AFib (maybe 30 years)8124 years1/2393 years since TIA not know when it started2-3810yrs6 yrs2two years174.5HowLong2 years8 years since diagnosis, but may have had for years prior7 years1315224337889 since diagnosed11Since January 2004puberty...50 years ago7 years2?618910+years210HowLong2unknown - serious episode @ 2818 years6715 years8 yrs128 years101610started November 20011 3/4~521212 1/2 years31081 year 2 monthsNine months11HowLongfirst diagnosed 30 years ago1.5 years5 years8 years54at least 1510LAF 2 CHF45 months5 months5three,although I suspect it was intermittent and undiagnosed before.44320recent conditionfour2since 1997, suspect infrequent undiagnosed several years prior4.555 Months5HowLong26.520 +7 years6, treated for only 1.5 year71.552963 1/2553 years15eight834 1/2 years926 year12 (not including WPW)1HowLong4unknown, many531476First diagnosed in 199431010122+355Diagnosed - 1.5 years; Undiagnosed - 6 Years910115526two and a halfHowLongdiagnosed 199411143613+four26 ...but probably a few years longer2212since 1996since Dec. 26, 19996Diagnosed April 2000 - may have been in Afib earlier and not knownDiagnosed 6 years, suspect most of life7.5 (from 26th Jul 1998 to 9th Feb 2006)
Frequencynow rare - yearly or less3-4 monthsThey have been abatedEvery 6 months2 per weekvarieseveryday1-5 per yeardaily before ablation, after ablation I'v had 4 episodesup to 4 times a month8-10 per monthonce a year2-4 times a week>7<302 only - Feb 2005 and June 20101/yearcontinuousInfrequent - 1 or 2 per yearDaily4 peer weekVaries, sometimes 1x a month to 2x per week+71% of the day (time to up-date 11-2012) only once in the last monthcurrently - 10% of each weekFrequency2 to 5 weeks2once1x/month or lesshave only had three known episodes over a month.once to twice per monthvaries - 1-3 months apart in beginning, now every few weeksCurrently controlled by ablation and drugswas 3-4 times a week now 1 every 2 weeks twice a monthevery day several times a day3-4 times per 24 hrs.paroxysmal prev. and more recently- intermittantvariable from three to four months to daily2 to 3 times a weekGetting more frequentwas ave 10 times per week Originally 1 - 2 per monthdailyNo major episodes any more. Last one in Sept 07Variable: 2-3 times a week to daily1 per monthTwice in above time periodfrequency variesDailyFrequencyweekly2-3per monthALMOST EVERDAYnow everyday, 1 to 2 Times a monthVaries 1-1/2 yrs longest to 2 days shortestvaried - now 1 per yr - at worst 1 per month2-5 per yearintermittentmonthlybad episodes 2 per monthx1 a weekEvery other day17 yrs bwtn 1st-2nd then 3 yrs, then 6 yrs then 3-4 per yearstarted out one every few months, progressed to several per dayvaries widelyconstantNone in past 23 monthsdaily3-4 weeks spells of events every 2/3 days lasting monthsVery rare now I am on medicationtwice weekly up until about two months ago, now about once every ten daysevery 1-2 daysAbout every 6 - 8 weeksPre 01/06, 1-2x year; Post 01/06, 1-2 months; Post 08/06, every other day.FrequencyconstantWhen on anti-arrhythmic drugs every other day. Now , whilst just on verapamil, once a weekevery 1-2 weeksonce every 3 months2-5 episodes a week at presentAVNRT 2 or 3 times a year / AF alsofor 1st 15 1/2 had only four lasting over 2 hrs. Now 1 x week ave2 or 3 / year2-3 times weekly1/weekinfrequent - first 5 years ago then 2 in last six monthsdaily3/yr for 5 years, then 10/yr latelyevery 2 to 4 daysUnder control with new medicationProgressed from 1x per year to now where I am in and out.at least once a month or moreConstantly in and out on a daily basisVaries - more frequent recent yearsless than 3 per monthchronicconstantvariableIrregular - comes and goes2 x per moFrequencyA FIB 4 to 5 times a week2 per monthtwo weeks approximately/getting longer between episodesdailyPAF - Seldom PVC - Daily24 x 7 during chronic stagevaries - latest 2 episodes only 4 weeks apart, previous to that usually ave 2 per year8 weeks1 in 6 months to 2 times a weekShort term - all the timeMany years with almost none with meds. More now.twice per year (while on flecanide)Permanent last 24 months3 x a weekevery day5+ / Wkevery dayAbout every 5-6 weeks on averageWeeklydaily5 long over last 6 yrs , short ones every 1-2 weeksSeveral times per weekevery two weeksseveral episodesOnce every 6-12 monthsFrequencyfirst year daily but reduced after first ablation.2yrs, then 1 a year, then every 6 mos, now 1 a mo.every day1 x week2 episodes lasting 6 - 8 hoursContinuous without medication; Every 1-2 weeks with medications3-4 pwWeeklytwo or three per weekBetween once in several months to Several times a weekDaily of late although sometimes I am blessed to go as long as 2 1/2 or so days without AF2 per weekEVERY FEW WEEKSAbout 1 every 3 weeks on average.3-4 times per yearEvery couple of weeksseveral times/week (after age 55)Hospitalized in 1997 for 7 days (first attach). I had no adea what AF was at the timeconstant ? was undiagnoised for most of the time but in afNow 1 every 6 months Before 6 times a week for over 8 hoursOnce/twice yearlyonce a yearevery 2-3 daysDailyVery frequent until given flecainide but returning after 16 monthsFrequencyvariable - approximately monthlyDaily sometimes 10 x per day or more - ALWAYS have episode at night. Was at 3:00, now its 1:30Approximately 6 years between episodes1 - 2 times per monthmax 5 years : min 7 weekscurrently dealing with Arrythmia all the time, Afib is 1-2X per weekapproximately every 3 daysDailyusually 4-6 months6 monthly on averagemost recent August 2003, previous January 2000, 17 in totalonce evey 18 months approx.1 yr - 2 weeksvariedvaries from near-daily to 2-3 monthsConstant without medicinen/a6weeks sometime months regular of latedaily to weekly18 daysvariesdailyPersistentone to three a weekonce a week, to once a monthFrequencydon't know1.5 years betweenNone the last 10 months6 per yearabout every 3 rd dayvariable, tends to come in bouts, maybe 1 week on 2 weeks off3-5 times/week5 times per weekWeeklyonce every weekno single episodesevery 6 weeks, variableNone, a-flutter removed with ablation and a-fib controlled with flecainide.4 per year5/weekCurrently every other dayApproximately 2 per monthoften7-14 dayshighapprox 2 per month3 major episodes needing ER visits/1 minor episodeyear 1, every 2 months; no more till year 5, 2 a month apartDaily2/monthFrequency4 a monthaverage 13 days, (range 1 to 55 days) from 3 yrs. of dataone episode to six per yearunmedicated = many times / day, 50% reductionweeklySporadic, almost 1.5 years before 2, 2 weeks apartdaily1 - 3 per year2-3 monthaverage 12 monthsCan have 4,5,6, days free but mostly every 3 dayscontinuousVery Irregular[- 3 to 5/weekChronic2 or 3 times a monthuntil two years ago twice annually.Then every two monthsevery few daysmonthly4 MAJOR ONES, BUT DAILY ATRIAL FLUTTERSnow, noneTwice a year or so until recent upgrade to: Twice a weekmore than 5 times a weekUsually 1/day, although I occasionally go a week without noticing anything.dailyFrequencyevery 4- 8 weeks40 times a dayDailycontinuousVaries greatly. Atleast once a week3 to 4 times daily for 1.5 weeks then 0 per day for one weekdailyLately, 5 to 9 days between episodesEvery 3-4 days off medication, every 1-2 weeks on medicationdaily2 - 3 weekschronicdaily4weekly1-10 in a weekIrregular; up to once a dayvaries1 every 1-2 monthsonce per weeknearly dailyEvery 7 to 30 daysvaries - has been lessening- approx. every 4 monthswas 1-7 weekly, now continuous if not on drugsmonthlyFrequencypreviously daily, now 2/3 times weekly1st(11/94) 2nd(7/5/00) 3rd(8/22/00) NSR since...current date:11/28/05Chronicdailyonce a week on averageonce or twice a weektwice a year whilst on drugs,unsure if notInitially every day. Now usually once a weekwas every 2 weeks...now one in 6 monthsmulti-daily prior to medication. now occasional.every 4 days . very predictable cyclesteadily increasing over time, now afib-free for 6 months on flecainidetwice a week in 1st half 2000; a handful in early 2001;none since June 2001every 7-10 daysUnknown - may have been experiencing Panic Attacks as wellConstant without meds, Once every two years with medsnone since second ablation but see personal comments
Durationup to 20hrs<1 monthIn the past from 10 seconds to 27 hoursUntil cardioversion2 hours1 hr - 3 days8-10 hours2-6 h4 episodes from1-5 hours since April, Had a 5 hour episode1 week go30 mins to 24 hours12-40 hoursless than two hoursfew minutes to several hours30 min - 18 hoursi) 24 hrs and 36 hrs1hour to 12 hours24 to 36 hours although first episode was a week in hospitalVary from short to 24 hoursup to 2 hoursVaries, few minutes to 12 hoursContinuous (was, ok now 11-2012)variableDuration6-16 hours8hrs,19hrs12 hours3-4 hours but has been up to 36 hours1-4 hoursseveral minutes to days1-4 hours, always in evening, rapid heart rate up to 163 bpmsometimes 12 hours16 hours up to 100 hoursanywhere from 5 mins to several hours as long as 4- 5 hoursAll the time or until cardioversionthree to twenty four hoursa few hours to 24 hourshours1 hr -8 hrs1 - 60 minutesminutesVariable: 1 hour - 3 days8-9 hoursRemained until cardioversion8-48hrsHours each dayDuration10 minutes to 36 hours7days30 MIN TOO A COUPLE DAYSfrom 1 hour to sometimes 10 hoursAbout 12 hrsLongest 12 hours - shortest 1-1/2 hours4 - 72hrs2-18hrsunknown - cardioversions alway necessaryusually few hours, sometimes longer8-10 hoursseconds to hours4 to 24 hoursusually less than 24 hrs.most under 30 minutes, had one last 24 hrs.varies (3hrs to 24hrs)constant no normal heartbeat3 months of irregular beat prior to elec. conv. Few short episodes the fol mo.20 minutes4.5-12 hours10 mins to 1 day5mins to 10 hours, average 5hours,varies from seconds to on a off all day8 - 24 hours1-2 seconds, somethings several hours, up to 29 hoursDurationconstantShortest 2 hours, longest 10 hoursfrom a few minutes to hours12 hrs to 1 weekmomentary flutters, 3-19hrs in AFAVNRT less than a day / AF sometimes needs cardioversionMost ave 1 hr, have had 6 lasting 8 to 14 hours in the past 16 years4 to 96 hours2-3 hours1-3 hoursseveral hours as much as 6 hours1minute to 1 hour12 hours to 3-4 days12 to 30 hoursThree hours to two dayshours to weeks to months, it depends8 hrs or more. Usually shortVaries from a few hours to several daysfew seconds to 2 hoursconstantvariableI day - several weeks3-4 hours, intermittentDurationanywhere from 15 minutes to 5 hours2 hours to 36 hourscouple of hoursseconds to minutesPAF - Hours to Days PVC - Minutes to Days24 x 7 during chronic stagevaries - 5 mins to 6hourspersistent1-2 hours after taking tambocor, never tried withoutall the timeseconds to days6hrs - 2 dayspermanent1 to 24 hoursmore 60 min1-12hrsVaries from few seconds to hours24-36 hours1 hour to 6more or less continuouslong ones 8-21 hrs..currently in af for 6 days, otherwise only last few seconds to 10 secondsfrom two to over 24 hours3 to 7 days24, 12hr., 5hr, 3hrs., usually during sleep4-12 hoursDurationA few minutes to 24 hours1 hr. to 12 hrs.8-60 hours10 minutes to 3 hours6 - 8 hoursContinuous without medication; 30+ minutes with medications1-5 hrs4-5 hours5mins to 12 hours2-18 hoursErratic--current episode is of 5 days duration, somewhat longish1 - 5 daysFROM A FEW HOURS TO A COUPLE OF DAYSAnything from 2 to 18 hours30 seconds - 15 hoursAll day off and on to occasional or every couple of weeks8-12 hoursNov 2003 (hospitalized for 3 days)constant3 to 8 hoursPresently 3 to 5 hoursa few minutes to 40 hours12-24 hours (before current medication)10 seconds to 5 hours6 hours to 48 hoursDurationvariable - up to 12 hoursVaries - some will last minutes - sometimes all day12 to 24 hours30 minutes to several hours24-48 hours10 mintues to 8 days12 to 36 hours5 minutes to 54 hoursusually 1-3 hours1 to 10 hoursfrom a few seconds to several hours24 hours to 4 weeks10 hours - 1.5 hours always at night2-4 hrsfew minutes to several hours & (very) occaisionally half-a-day8 to 12 hours2 months1.5 hrs to 4 hrsranges from minutes to days12 hours3-24 hrsfew minutes to 10-12 hours for fibrillation, up to 1 hour for flutterfirst was eight hrs., now down to one and half to half an houruntil cardiovertedDurationdon't know12 hoursPrior : seconds to four hourshalf hour if I reduce my heart rate with a calcium blocker6hrs to 3 or 4 days1-12 hours, drugs can return to sinus in 2 hours usually1 1/2 hours - 18 hours4-8 hrs2 hours to 24 hours18 - 44 hoursno single episodes8 hours, variable, drug cocktail converts in 40 minutesBefore ablation and flecainide 1 Hr to 8 hrs. However if I am having esophageal discomfort then it's continuous.1 to 2 days1-6 hours6 to 8 hours12 - 18 hoursfew seconds to twenty mins.average around 18 hours1h to 10h8 to 16 hours usuallylongest was 5 daysyear 1, until reverted; year 5, 3-4 hours10 minutes to 3 hours3 hrsDuration3 hoursaverage 12 hours (range 10 minutes to 34 hours) from 3yrs. of datavery occasionally now.7-8 hours>1min to <5hours1Hr to 4 Days6-8 hours36 - 48 hours (then CardioVerted or Bolus of Flecainide)10 minutes- 1 hour6hrs-36hrsAnywhere from 20 mins to 24 hrscontinuous1 - 8 hrs30-40 hours before reversion (cardioversion)approx 3 days20 -30 hours2 to 4 days2 to 14 days2-5 HRS.na1-2 minutes until upgrade to:Go to ER to stop episode status2 -24hrsA single skipped beat, to episodes that last 1 week5sec or lessDuration10-24 hoursseveral minues - up to two daysTen Minutes - Eight Hourscontinuous2 to 3 daysseveral hours of palpations. Very rapid about 2 to 4 hours1 hour5 to 76 hours12-24 hoursone to 36 hours24 hourschronichours to days3 months, 1 day,1day,1day (cardioversions)5 min - 5 hr5 minute to 24 hourIrregular; up to 24 hoursminutes to 15 hours12 - 15 hours30 minuteshours10-22 hrs.3-12 hourscurrently 2 days on 2days off18 hoursDurationvaries - shortest l hour, longest 16 hours7,10 & 6 hoursChronicaround one hourVaries from 1 hour to 46 hours (lately)from 30 to 60 hours24hrs when reverted with drugs24 to 36 hours was 15-36 Hours....none nowseconds30 to 40 hrs.10-12 hours2-39 hours10-15 hoursMinimum 1 hour; maximum 10 hoursAround four hours
PrecedingNoneUnknownMinor strokeGall Bladder RemovalStomach cramps (diagnosed as stress,lack of exercie, obesitynilnonehypertensionfainting, l muscle aches, fatique depression, SOB, lack of sleep,PTSDExercisingNonegall bladder problemsUnknownAtrial Septal Defect Closure with Amplatzer Septal Occluderlong term stress at work, 60 hr weeks, 4- 6 hrs sleep, sometimes lessGrave's Disease diagnosisCaregiving & death of brother and husbandFather very illNoneburning sensation in upper shoulders & arms, sweaty hands, short of breath, dizzy, no 2 flush, urine frequently, mouth dry, thirsty, nausea, entire body shakes, tired, no energyNoneOverheated too many times during the Summer of 2001, cycling in Texas.nonePrecedingVirus + holiday heart (drink, food overindulgence)nonenonemigrainenone knownstrenuous run noneBorn with WPW, had ablation at 45 then AF started at 59Stressful week and very nervous and jumpy nonewas diagnosed with WPW at 6 months oldnoneOver then underactive thyroid glandnil colon surgery to take out a non malignant polypnonesleepingHysterectomyStress at work - bullyingnoneNilbirth of first childNonePrecedingnonenoneNONEnonenoneVery Heavy Drinkingsleepless nights - new babynilnoneextreme exertionnoneNoneNoNone. could have been major partying that night.possibly a 3 month stint on diet pills - but I had taken them in the pastnonenoneStressnoneNot knownNonedivorce and everything that comes with it.Glandular fever & MEHypertensionNonePrecedingOn medication for high blood pressure but controllednonestressViral FluStressful period husband having heart surgery .Cardiac surgery in 1972 due to congenital heart diseasenonenonenoneNonestressnone knownbig meal at Emeril's in New Orleansnone other than I did have eptopic beats from time to time several years prior to the onset of AFNonenoneno illness went up the stairs to quickly (A & E ) paf diagnosedNone, but diagnosed when pregnant with first childDeath of father and mother in law within 3 weeks of each otherunknownnoneNonenonePrecedingnilstressstress of major snow storm driving in/drinking coffee/eating chocolateNoneStressNone knownExcess alcohol at works christmas party - thought i was having a heart attack!!nonenoneFlu condition which would not leave, dizzie spells, passing outIllness/Death of MotherSleep ApneaStress/anxietyNone2002None KnownStress at workNonetype 2 diabeties, diet controllednilnoneHigh blood pressure started about the same time, don`t know if the bp caused af or visa versasodium (movie popcorn), soy sauce, chocolate, surgeryBirth of first child!!!PrecedingHeavy cold, hypertensionafter stress testFamilial-parox lone afib started for myself, my mother and younger female sibling around 45 years old.noneCyclo-cross race ?First diagnosed while in recovery after appendectomynoneNoneSignificant intake of alcohol at my sisters 40th birthday celebrations.6 beers and a ViagraCongestive Heart Failure---went away spontaneouslynoneRUNNING HARD UP STEEP HILL WHILST JOGGINGNonestress/smoking/heavy drinkingNone1 mile run in boy's gym class in schoolNonepneumonianoneHeavy alcohol intake over one month periodno events before first AFWolfe Parkinson White Syndromemajor operationPrecedingnoneHad Epstein-Barr for second time, then was in middle of endurance event - believe i had them before this time, but was not taken seriouslyStudent drinking session with friends!Caffiene, Alcoholchronic flu in 1996Always seemed related to cold or flu....thought eating bananas was the curenoneOver Stressing (again) Over Stressing JOB(on my honeymoon) very long, hot, exhausting walk...and then a frozen margarita.noneFirst event took place on holiday in Italy following a long flight and then going out the next day for an hour long run!Unkown. Probably stressful situationStressstressnone knownSaw Doctor after having tired dizzy, shortness of breath symptoms.pluracy, pnemonianilhiatal hernia/ headaches/ rotator cups/ cortisone shotsnonenonestarted after heavy meal (an iteresting thing: one of the doctors I saw has a theory that fibrillation is caused by infection from a bird I had at this time - small $14 budgie - as this bird gave afib&flutter to the person I gave it to (?))Was fit as a fiddle - just had a sudden onset one evening on the way back from workAntibody eating up my red blood cells,(there is a medical term for it-hemolysis-(sp) )Fontan OperationPrecedingstressMigraine and vomitingnonenoneI never had a major event - I think I have had it for years - just thought it was stress.noneExercisehysterectomyindigestion for weeks in May 2002sleep,when after stress situationsGastric distress, esophageal spasm.several falls and possibly salty meal in a restaurantUnknownNone that I can tellNoneChest Infectionplaying tennisnonenone recalledIt happens at 3AM every time!! Wakes me out of a sound sleep!Maybe stressasthmatic, depression. mild skin condition.chronic tirednessnonePrecedinghypotension (low blood pressure)noneChildbirth by epiduralhypothyroid and coeliac diseaseno recent illnessesroutine EKG before knee surgeryIntense stresshysterectomynonePneumonianoneNoneMy father has afib and was hospitilized in 1996. After making a call to the hospital to check on him, I stood up, and at that moment I noticed something strange happening in my chest. One hour later, I was diagnosed with afib.unknownnoneno major eventacute stressnoneStrenuous ExerciseNONEchronic magnesium delpletion, 1993NonenoneWPW.Precedingindigestiondiagnosed after ablation for SVTDrank heavily at a party.hysterectomyJust sitting there. Next one I had swum for 1.5 hrs, then done yard workStressNonenonenoneNonejunctional tachycardia, spleenectomynoneNoneshoulder sugeryjoggingExtreme cycling and alcoholnonePrecedingAF began with Hysterectomy surgery/loss of 3 units of blood during.noneN/AGall Bladder surgery but about 4 years before first known episodeanxiety, panic attacksNo illness or major event that I was aware of
HealthVery goodFormerly athletic, non-smoker, moderate drinkerAthletic non-smoker, light drinkerGood except for edema and fatigueN/ARunner, never smoked, no alcohol, 1-2 coffees per dayOverweight, social drinker, regular excersie 50km walk per weeksmoker, overweightsmoker, occasional alcohol consumption allergies, depression, sleep disorder, hypothyroidgoodVery good. I run 25-30 miles per week. Resting HR low 40's until lately very goodgoodSeasonal Allergies, Normal Weight at onset, Average physical conditionVery good. Non-smoker, little alcoholasthma, allergies, water retention, no smoking or drinking, mid-level dietGoodgoodBlood pressureex smoker (stopped 5 years ago) smoked for 20+ yearsVery healthy, Gym RatExcellent, never a smoker, was a social drinker (non-drinker now)Live and eat really well. No caffeine now. very goodHealthGood, active, light drinkergoodGenerally healthy, not overweight occaisonal PVC'snon-smoker, non-drinker, diabetic type IIVery good health: non-smoker, occasional social drinker, exercise regularly, eat well.longstanding HTN - distance athlete - marathoner, triathlons - sprint to half ironman distances hypothyroid, no smoking, alcohol, caffeine - digestive problems - vagal afibgood health, non smoker, social drinkerNon smoker ,non drinker would get headaches now and then good, non smoker, non drinkerdrink occasionally, smoke very littleexcellentEx smoker/low alcohol intake poor but improving diethealthyno other sicknessnon smoker, non drink. non asmaticgood-do not drink ,do not smokeGoodhealthynon-smoker, little alcoholGood: non-smoker, minimal alcohol, fit and activeGood health, non smoker, was a moderate drinker, slightly overweightHeavy weight training since 15 years old and heavy alcohol consumption since 18 years old. Minor asthma when young. Overall good health with no illnesses prior to development of AF.goodMarathon Runner and avid exerciser 30-40 miles a week runningHealthexcellent health, kiteboarding, mountaineering, endurance athletegoodI DO SMOKE BUT HAVE CUT WAY BACK, SOCIAL DRINKERnon smoker, light drinker, high blood pressureoverweight, sleep apnea, hypertensionOver weight but still losing, Also have a Patent Foramen Orvale OK, drink moderate, smoke little (now 1 small cigar per day)goodsmokerslight asthmatic, modertate wine drinking (12 units per week)was very fit distance runner non smoker moderate drinkerGenerally health is OK, no diagnosed diseases other than AfibGoodFairly good inspite of obesity, well controlled diabetes,overweight, heavy drinker in past, nonsmoker, high bpexcellant/non-smoker, non-drinker, non-drug usergoodnon smoker, non drinker, overwieght, regular light excerciseGood , no smoke, little drinkReasonable, smoker, moderate drinkersmoke and drink occasionallygood, never smoked, light drinker, average weight, regular light exercise.Non smoker, non drinker, no caffine, good health except AF and MEVery fit (except for the hypertension), non smoker, enjoy the odd beer. Have gout but under control and no attack for several months.Non smoker, non drinker, mild exerciseHealthGoodnon smoker, played sport all my life apart from this last year.heavy smoker, drink occasionallyObese ex drinker and ex smokerGood, very active. Asthmatic as a child, non smoker, little alcoholGoodgood health, overweight, quit smoking 14 years ago (25 pack years) Sleep apenia (mild)smoked 1 pack / day up until 5 years agogoodNon smoker and drinkernon smoker, asthmatic, reduced drinking nowfair, bit out of shapegood, nonsmoker, very infrequent alcohol, genetic hypertensiongoodHad a stroke a result of irregular heart beatAthlete, no smoking , no drinkingnon smoker non drinker slightly overweightGoodHigh Blood Pressure (controlled)Good health, light drinker, little overweight, slightly high blood pressuregoodasthmatic, diabetic, exsmoker, social drinkerwellGood , non smoker, moderate drinkerextreme fatigue, smokerHealthGoodfair overweightexcellent health/do not smoke/one or two drinks couple of times a yearex-smoker, very light drinnkerObesity, DiabetesGood - non smoker, non drinker, no other chronic illnessaverage - ex-smoker [1 year], trying to cut out alcohol which seems to be the biggest factor!!Good, now cutting back on alcohol and caffeine, non-smokerExellent apart from AFIB, smoked for 35 years (quit 5 years ago), one bottle of wine a day, hiatus herniaNonon smoker, tea total (in last few months) bit overweight but was cycling and swimming until recently.Good healthExsmoker and Exdrinker (moderate)ExcellentexcelentPerfect HealthGood health, fit, never smoked very occasional drink excerise regular, about 10 lb overweightVery fit - do lots of running, moderate+ drinker, very good health otherwiseNonegood non smoker, daily glass of wine. Walked almost daily until the last six months.no smoke, no asthma in good health..no medications. Have had irritable bowel 15 years agogoodnever smoked, very occasional drinker , overweight general health exelent, Have full time job as a district nurse,goodOverweight, ex-smoker, light drinkerHealthOverweight, Non smoker, heavy drinker before AF with hypertension.good health, no smoking, was moderate beer drinkergoodGood, FitGood, but high cholesterolbelieve af was triggered initially by lack of excercise and stress for >6 monthsOtherwise healthy obese adult maleGood, non smokergood, overweightExcellent considering my ageexcellent,GOOD NON SMOKER LIKE TO HAVE A FEW DRINKSGood health, Non-smoker, low alchahol intakegood health, light drinkerUsed to smoke and occasionally drinkgoodExcellentExcellent, non-smoker, non-drinker, runner and vegetariantabacco user and drinkerGoodgoodvery good health, non smoker, regular sportSmokeroverweight with hypertension and possible diabetesHealthgeneral health good. do drink. don't smokeEP virus 2x, AsthmaGenerally fine, suffer from stress and anxiety, Blood Pressure needs to be monitored from time to time, average 130+ / 90+ Occassional smoker, social drinkerGerd, moderate drinker, overweight, don't exercisenon-smoking very fit individualI could take better care of myself. I smoke, but that does not seem to have much impact...and I have clear lungs. Major problem with weight control as every time I exercise, I go into AfibGeneral good health no other heart problemsT-II Diabetes (well under control)very good, non smokervery fit prior to glandular fever in 2001Almost all the time excellent. I am a non-smoker and drink just a little mealtime wine. I run 10k and half marathons and do quite a lot of cycling.Good health, nonsmoker, occasional drinker. No heart disease.Moderately good, non-smoker, overweightexcellent healthexcellentvery light drink at times, Non smoker,smokerdrinkernon-smoker, was occasional drinker, ate pretty goodgoodgoodgood general health, no other heart problems, don't smoke, drink or get involved in sportFinedon't smoke or drinkcongenital heart defectHealthlifelong asthmatic, sleep apneanon-smoker, occaisional drinkerexcelent, non-smoker, non- drinkerI live an extremely healthy life with the hope of avoiding AF.excellentgood, very fit, did drink more than prescribed amout - wine, given that up now, non-smokerlight smoker, moderate drinkerformer smoker (stopped 10 yrs) was moderate drinkerGood health, fit, though having to curtail exercise as precipitates AF. Rarely drink and non-smokersmokergood health-high blood pressurechronic bronchitis,heart regurgitation, refluxRecently diagnosed hypothyroid. Long term nonsmoker, former moderate drinker. Regular excercise all my life, until this last year.iron overload disorder (secondary probably due to overeating)was in good health regular basketball, smoker, non-drinkerGood.Non smoker,light drinker,moderate exerciserGood general health apart from PAF - Light drinker - non smokerGood, non smoker, non drinker, regular walker.good, non smoker, light drinker.goodgenerally good, not in great shape lately (6', 205 lbs)generally good except for weight prob. no cardiac pathology, non-smoker, very little alchol or caffeineExcellent, fit, swimmerFitnon-smoker excellent healthHealthgoodactive, athletic, daily exercise, no health problems except PAF, below average blood pressure and pulse ratesmoker but still very fitnon-smoker, non-drinker because of prescribed medication.allergic predispositionbad knees, overweight, teetotaler, exercise regularlyHave Celiac Spruegood, arthritis, hayfeververy goodgoodgoodFairly good, not fit, smoke 5 to 7 cigarettes a daygood health; non-smoker; non-drinkerasthmatic, kidney stone - otherwise healthy, longtime runner including hundreds of 10Ks and 7 MarathonsGreat health, slight chest congestion (allergies) all my lifeGeneral health is very good good but hypertension also diagnosed last year for first timegoodVery good, no other health issues, 35lbs overweightVERY GOOD. non smokermild drinker, excellent health, coach and runnerHealthy mountain bike riderasthmaticNever have been smoker or drinker, and I limit my caffeine intake. I am athletic and doctors haven't found any irregularities with the structure of my heart.Healthgood overall health, allergiesX-smoker (2 years) recovering alcoholic (5 years) kidney stones 3XGoodOKfair. Arthritus, migraines, no caffiene, no alcohol, no smokingType 2 diabetic, insulin needed. High blood pressurelight drinkerRespiratory allergies, prostate cancer survivorgood health, active, non-smoker/drinker, borderline hypertensionexcellantGood. Non drinker 4 years. Non smoker. Regular exerciser.now overweight, was in great health when AF beganarthritisExcellent, athleticdrinkergoodgood; non-smoker, regular exercise, moderate drinkgoodExcellent - No heart problems - No smoker - Light drinkernever smoked, heavy drinker until 13 years ago, now none, 20 lbs overweight, out of shape, cholesterolgood, moderately activeGood health, active biker, hiker, roller blader. Quit smoking in 1992. Played ice hockey until age 48 and trained to keep in shape. Find I am weak for a week after a bout and do not have full strength for one month. Have 1 drink per day.good, light drinker, non-smoker ; have a hiatus hernia; had cardiac catheter and no heart disease found - former marathonerOK, apart from the AF (!) Minor asthma, back/neck problems.great, non-smoker, light drinker (weekends only with dinner and beer if it is hot)Healthex-smoker (stopped 8 years ago before AF began!)excellent, quite smoking after first attack in '94, light drinkerVery Goodgood health otherwise, non-smoker, light drinker, always been activeHave respiratory allergies controlled by antigen injections. Health otherwise good.excellent general health; mild hypertension controlled by atenolol; daily moderate exerciserfit,active,non-smoker,drink occasionallyExcellent health. Non-smoker. No more than 2 wines/dayTreated for GERD...take Prilosecdaily...Irritable Bowel Syndrome brought on by stressastmatic (mild) overweight drinker.excellent,no vices,athletic heart 40 to 50 BPMgoodgoodmild hypertension but otherwise great (workout 2+ hours daily), 6'4" - 180 lbs.Osteoporosis diagnosed 12/13/00; Reflux (non smoker & non drinker)Excellent healthGood, non smoker, very light drinker
CurrentStateDay to day fineDespite ablation, still having episodes requiring electroconversionTired of being tiredNever smoked ... Quit alcohol 2 years ago, not diabetic normal weightI feel I'm curedRecently electric cardioversionflutter cured with Cath Abl, A Fib remainsNot sure, hopingsomewhat better with medicationok, still with afibfatique, doing better after medsCALiving with it. Continue to run and exercise and pretend that it is not there.went into continuous atrial flutter nearly a month agopartially controlled with diet and flecainideAfib frequency & duration increasing5 days after last episode - feeling good, heart beat fine, just picking up confidence again.Occasional flutters and skips retaining lots of waterStopped with cardioversion yesterdayHad PVI March 2010 - no events sinceStruggling to maintain normal life and am about to consider ablation.on medication, but still having episodes, considering Ablation 2x per weekVery disappointed about my condition (happier now 11-2012)scheduled for ablation in 2 monthsCurrentStateStable - managed with PiP flec supplimentsnormalbeing treated, feel finewaiting for first ablation in September 09Just released from 4-day hospital stay and under treatment in Pretoria, ZA.paroxysmal - exercise tolerance is affected by pulmonary vein occlusion, waiting for ablation consultation, allergic to propafenone, flecainideFeeling very good now frequency increasing and considering atrial ablationquite ill and uncurable apparently!curedPost 2nd ablationOne month post ablation with no episodes yetnot cured episodes continuesparoxysmal attacks getting more freuentstumbled on what seems to almost be a cureStablemedication managedCured, I hope!Tolerating episodes, feel quite good between episodesServe ectopic beats at times. Ectopic beats originally caused AF episodes. Now being treated around 95% effectively with Tambocor.could be betterToleratiing itCurrentStateafib weekly, not cured yetcuredVERY WEAK TIRED AND DEPRESSEDquite ill most daysManaged by medsWorking with it, becoming more educated about it.stable - in controlstill occurringcontinuing episodesUNDER REASONABLE CONTROLstable but have forgotten what really well feels likeGetting worse in one sence, better in other.Post ablation recovery periodlosing weight ,down to one diabetes med, last attack 10/06. Daily ectopic beats though.much better on flecainide (3 weeks) - no full-blown episodescautiously optomistic (no attack in 3 months)cured, 500mg flecanaide dailyNo know episodes past 23 monthsConsidering ablationModerately illGreat! ( Famous last words!)ok when in sinus, lousy when in AF.trying Flecanide as Bisoprolol became ineffectiveCurrently in NSR with frequent ectopics.Ablation for Flutter, (fixed?), getting worse for A Fib, docs unable to reproduce PSVT, think it was misdiagnosed.CurrentStateGood but for palpitations, breathlessness, insomniaHave daily mini episodes lasting less than a minute and one long episode at least once a weekon medication and managing the problemmanagingTrying to find a cure! Flecanide doesn't seem to be working after 10 daysAfter MVR & MAZE still paroxysmal boosts of AFFair amount of ectopy some runs of AF.hopefully cured after an ablation in Februarywaiting for PVA on several medsNormalon Felcanide 300 mg seems to be okay - urinate more often (especially in night) visual disturbancesstableconstant fib converted to chronic flutterfatigued and lethargic during AFStill having problems and also diabeticCured???still on all tablets. still have af. OK, but I feel like I'm always operating 20% below par2 PVA's in past year looking at a possible thirdCoping on medication .... just3 prior ablationsIn A-Fib (was out of it yesterday for the first time in a few months - from flecainide today went back in it)atrial flutter after being in atrial fibOngoing episodesunder good controlCurrentStateapart from A FIB my health is very goodepisodes increasing in frequency and lengthhad Radio Frequency Ablation October 11, 2005 - the thinking now is this is the first line of defense not drugs - this is my 6th week after ablation each day I feel better - may have to have another procedurere-entrant tachycardia 95% curedUnder Control with periodic breakthrough episodesProbably temporarily controlled following two RF two ablation surgeries and a cardioversionJust had episode last night, took Flecanaide tab & reverted to NSR whilst asleepcurrently NSR, on third drugCuredAFib is gone, I feel much better, peripheral problems I still haveCondition worse in last few months. Drugs gradually increased but effectiveness waning. Quite ill now. Off work.Mostly under control with medicationBreathless, fluid retention, dizziness (mornings), anxiety, depressionStill with AfibLiving with Afibfeel ok none of the meds are working, coping with the A fibLiving with it, evading permanent medication or ablationMiddle of the roadvery ill. He has been to hospital for three stays 4-6 days duration, From January 2005 Drs and cardiologist have change medications which made him so ill. I think if he could have curled up and died he would have.on Noten beta blocker..but walking aound and getting used to the drug and warfarinOn medical disability leave from work due to frequency and intensity of episodesstill in af symptoms. Breathless on excertion, oedema of lower legs, pre syncope, occasional angina, nocturnal dyspnoea, symptoms vary, from very ill to feeling slightly unwell.controlled except for recent virus (triggered)Still overweight. Trying to lose it.CurrentStateJust had 2nd Ablation so feel better than before although still experience fast heart rhythem.not cured yetunchangedalmost curedIn Limbo ?Managedunfit and overweightUnder controlFeel OK - but concerned for the future.Not having them for nowNuisanced but not debilitated by AFfrequent episodesSTABLEIn NSR - Last bout 16th June - No other symptoms.controlled by meds - no episode in 3 yearsFeeling ok but tiredtolerating the condition. quality of life terribleNot too sure what's happening right now!in sinus rythmnHave to pace myself but im fully functional at this timeGoodgoodCurrently partially stabilisedWolfe Parkinson White cured with ablation. Awaiting further ablation for AFsemi curedCurrentStatetaking medicationjust had ANOTHER EP study and ablationstabilised/curedWell controlled. No hospitalizations since 2000NSRSick and tired of the meds, the fatigue, under too much work stresscondition worseningSure could be a LOT BETTERjust diagnosedcurrently still suffering fatigue, digestive problems, ectopic beatsI am in a sort of 'limbo.' When will the next attack come along?I suppose I am between episodes...having more frequent episodes latelyhaving ablation in August 03ongoing; no particular trend evidentwas controlled well for a while with Tambacor, now frequent occurancescured?nornal healthmore episodes than everstableperiodic episodesmore or less same condition for the past 5-6 years (daily afib episodes)Still in persistent - have had 8 cardioversions in a year and am awaiting Maze surgeryIn remission! last afib was 28.11.02unable to workCurrentStatestarted doefetilide this week 1-6-03wait and seecontrolled by TambocorI take Tambocor to reduce number of episodesstill ongoinghave AF a lotas stated upovepartially controlledfrequent episodesok with medicationsecond pva in one weeka-fib is controlled by the flecainide. A-flutter is cured.better,because I have lost about eleven poundsParoxymal afib not goodNow in (I believe)neurogenic AFIn sinus rhythm.seriousI try to stay very active but AF limits my aerobic activities.goodstill enduring (waiting on medicine to address AF adequately)controlledOK, no events for 4 monthsImproved but not cured.controlled somewhatCurrentStatestill having occasional attackscoping very well and getting on with lifeMaintainence drugs Eltroxin (for thyroid) tambocar, warfarin andAtenalolimproved but still not controlled on meds, side effects minimallone a-fibin sinus on Tambocorhave a pacemaker, but still get tachycardiaearly stage, infrequent episodesoverall goodmedicatedWell pissed off with this condition, not cured.For the past 10 months I have been in chronic afib. During this time I have been hospitilized twice to try new medications (sotalol, dofetilide). Neither of these was successful. I have had two cardioversions as well during that time period.holding my own - able to do most things most of the time - not a pleasant condition, but not getting worseChronicActive AF but feeling much better after struggle with Tambocoron Amioderone 100mg a day.Zestoretic 10mg for Hypertension . seem well and under control.Absulutely no side effects.I was on flecanide first and had very severe allergic reaction to it.My specialist doesnt want to see me unless the six monthly xrays andon medication, nuisance onlyChronic AFibAs of about march 2003 dramatically improvedon hold, Tambocor, 100 mg, TIDControlled through medicationcopingFine. However, my AF has gradually but steadily gotten worse over the past 10 years. Had a cathether ablation for AF (line-block tricuspid valve) but nothing changedCurrentStatestill experimentingreaching for MAZEAblated at Hopkins 10/28/03. As of 6/3/04 off all meds & in NSR. It Worked!Controllednot cured, depressed with the whole thingDoctors didn't do much. Got worse this fall. Went to new cardiologist who prescribed tambocor/flecainide. AF became atrial flutter. Referred to cardiac electrophysiologist. Just had a catheter ablation on Feb 20, 2001, Flutter stopped, AF flec. controlcontrolledAllergies controlled by injections, prostate cancer cured by surgery (1996).learning to live with ita-fib canot be controlled by drugs, two ablatations have failed.Stablephysical activity is limitedcontrolled for one monthNSR, Flecainideoccasional afib of short durationgoodSinus rhythmstill seeking a solutionNSRafib controlled well currently by Sotalolwell-controlledAm active biking, walking, etc but am frustrated with recurrences and the fact that I cannot properly build strength. Slight asthmatic condition.keeping acid reflux at bay through lansaprazolePersistent AF only partially controlled by dofetilide. Looking at ablations now.continuingCurrentStateliving with it - better than previouslyFeeling quite well ! ( NSR )Considering mazeimproved over 3 year periodOnly atrial fibrillation uncured.I have adapted to being in and out of AF and lead a full life.Trying mag supplements,fish oil etc currently off medication waiting to see what happensBetapace-did not help. Tambocor helped initially however gradually increase to 100mg/2x's day. Did not help. Starting on Amiodarone.Excellentunder control, just.same old same old cycle .Very active during sinus days of cyclinghopefulgoodTime between episodes is very good but continue to have these episodes every 7-10 days. Episodes don't bother me physically much.Started on Dofetilide (Tikosyn) Therapy on 10/9/00. Except for one 10 hr episode on 8/19/01, I have been in NSR for a year (10/10/01).Normal with medsNSR since second ablation (9th Feb 2006)
TriggersPossibly extreme tirednessOriginally believed it was caffeine but no longer seems to have an effect.Emotional stress
Coffee
Sugar
Relaxation after strong excersise if low blood sugar
Just the edema and tired ... Need napsLow potassium levels often brought it on. I lose potassium somehow. Eating a big meal and falling asleep with food in my stomach cause PVC's which sometimes lead to episodes of A-fib. Retaining water is the main cause I have determined. certain postures, lying left sideDeep sleep
Big meal
weird dreams
Caffeine, stress, humid weather, exertionalcohol, too little sleepLack of sleep, recurring PTSD and possibility thyroidexercise, fatigue, overeating, position of body.Lack of Sleep.Starts while resting. overexhertion, wheat, yeast,Excess Caffiene
Green Tea (but not black tea, mate, or herbal teas)
Stress
Fatigue
Attempting to sleep, particularly when laying on left side
Dehydration
Cold/Flu symptoms
Decongestants

Prolonged periods of poor sleep - initially would miss sleep for as many as 3 nights - literally, would be up and about, not tired. Never wound down. This episode - many months of 4-6 hrs with frequent waking for painkillers, due to injury, poorly teated.

No other known triggers. Highish blood pressure before first episode.
Even small amounts of sodium, caffeine and sugar. Medications such as HCTZ, Singulair, decongestants and inhalers. Significant stress of any sort.StressStress/Anxiety
Strong coffee (caffeine)?
I do not seem to be able to identify a trigger but when I'm in AF I can not drink or eat as this increases the heart rate.Any form of alcohol, do not take any caffeine, in the beginning I had the episodes after dinner (but not now), walking long distancesUnknown airborne triggers such as molds, auto fumes, bleach and other houshold cleaners, cigars, stress, MSG ingestion, on occassion alcohol, coffee and chocolate, but only 25-50% of the time. Many times cause is unknown, but thought to be food related.Alcohol
Caffiene
Excessive heat, probably some dehydration, avid cyclist
Had worked as a mechanic and have read that automotive exhaust can trigger AFIB. Not sure, might have contributed?
Chronic AFIB since the end of 2001
Not enough sleep.
Alcohol
Coffee
Stress
Sometimes, large meal
TriggersHeavy exercise
too much alcohol
large late meals
dehydration
too much coffee
alcohol, caffeine, possibley emotional stressExcitement, fear, angerexhaustion, insomnia, stress, anxietyFirst episode was exhaustion before a run unable to continue exercise. Other were after very late night working in home office and waking up to feeling of nausea and lightheadedness. Passed out briefly once. strenuous or prolonged exercise sessions, dehydration, fatigueafter meals, resting, lying on backcurrently not having any AF events went on flecanaide last year to control PVCAnxiety, matured cheeses, chocolate sometimes, run down, if I over eat or eat in a hurry, chilli and spices,bananas, suspect Thyramine foods as well, I suspecte low blood sugar as well.noneseems to happen no matter what i do although it is worse if i havnt had much sleepstress, alcohol, coffee, ?No known triggers as such.
1st time I was diagnosed with AF was in May 2001. I was given Warfarin and Bisoprolol to keep me in check. My rate remained irregular and fast until cardioversion in Feb 02.
In April 05 it returned again...after a couple more cardioversions I was put forward for catheter ablation. This took place in April 07...It was successful and only one blip in June 07 which required a further cardioversion.(this is an expected occurance after ablation)
After a fairly stressful year 07-08 the AF returned in May 08 which I was given intravenous Digoxin to releive in A+E. The rate slowed and returned to sinus rythmn 3 days later.(East Surrey A+E were much appreciated turning me out at 0330hrs!!)
Two weeks later it returned and I was cardioverted the following day and changed from Flecainide to Sotalol 2x40mg a day. In August I saw my consultant and after a nudge he agreed to attempt a furhter ablation. (don't ever be scared to push, it is your health!!)
That was ok till Sept 08 when it returned again. I was given Digoxin to no avail and also given Adenosine (to stop and restart heart) to no avail either. I was cardioverted on the ward the following morning.
3 days later it retuned again. Due to the events days earlier, they opted to give me another Sotalol to see what moght happen. 4 hours it resored to sinus rythmn again. Due to it's repeat nature, they upped my dosage to 3x 40mg Sotalol a day and wrote to my consultant to urge my ablation...fortunately I got seen last week instead of waiting till January.
I am now 4 days past a secondary ablation and can feel that my heart has stopped trying to go ut of synch. Only annoying bit is restarting the Sotalol after stopping them 5 days prior to procedure.
I would say i was more tolerant of Flacainide than Sotalol but they chose to keep meon the Sotalol as is apparently better at keeping the rythmn.
My typical heartrate at rest when AF is active is between 130-175bpm...my ECG post ablation was 71.
overeating, alcohol use, lying on my left side, laying in the recliner. Over tired, over hungry.caffein, over exercise, sudden emotion or anger,exersicing right after eating, or food with excess MSG, too much chocolate Coffee alcohol chocolate tiredness stress6 weeks ago i bought a saxophone.
by coincidence also had my tablets changed to acetate flecainide-2 a day
the playing of the saxophone in the evenings seemed to halt the fibrulation-at first i thought coincidence.
after 6 weeks it is not a coincidence.
this week at work i have used 5 bend straws 2 elastic bands and this stops the fibrulation before it kicks in properly.

i may have found something here

kevin
Anxiety and stress trigger AF along with prolonged exercise.cold temperatures, hot temperatures, alcohol, sugar, hot tubs, emotional stress, caffeine, excessive physical activityLack of sleep
Odd movements
Fizzy drinks
Stress
Stress, excitement, anxiety, caffeine, alcohol, very cold drinks and some cold semi-solid food eg yoghurt, swimming, particularly front crawl, climbing hills/stairs, lying on my left side.Stress. Possible triggers are chinese food, alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, body positions, bendingAlcohol, fatigue, stress, change in elevation rapidly (eg walking up stairs).work stress, lack of sleep, caffeine, child birth - hormone changes, dehydration, foods high in sugar and salt, cold medicine, diet pills, cleaners(bleach and anomia), driving, air conditioning, cold air, sometimes; bending or standing up. Clarification of stress reaction -not generally while in the middle of stress, but when everthing seems calm and under control.
Stress and Anxiety, Alcohol, and excessive exerciseTriggerscaffeine, large meals, vigorous exercise, alcohol, drinking water immediately after exercise often causes afib for me, swimming, pretty much anthing that tires the heartcaffiene,heavy exercisestress can through into a full blown attack.. other wise it just comes out of no where. i have cut way way back on caffeine.red wine, caffiene, M.S.G. Stress and over tiredTriggers are bs, I have avoided all kids of known triggers, but beleive most are in peoples minds. Medication can be mitigating cause as I found out with Flecinideand Rythumol.sleep deprivation
alcohol (day after intake)
stress
forgetting medication (flecainide)
viral infections (cold, flu)
sudden shock/fright.
Most common trigger now is sudden awakening (1hr after going to sleep) usually with dead arm (ie sleeping on arm and cutting off blood supply) No dreams at time of awakening)
a lying on left hand side
b cold drinks
c heavy meal before bed
d going over pothole in car and sitting down with a heavy "plonk" into an armchair
unknowncaffeine (very strong coffee only)
extreme exercise
work-related stress ( only sometimes)
first episode occured whilst running hard up steep hill whilst training for distance running. just seemed to pop felt like bubble in chest. reverted to normal in about 30 minutes whilst still running.Have given up running but think that excessive exercise would still trigger an attack.Triggered by raised blood pressure so have to avoid overdoing the alcohol.Onset seems to be totally random. Stress, bending over, sleeping or just lying down...sometimes no reason even while standing or sitting. Usually is preceeded by ectopic or skipped beats which are getting worse.Over exercise
Alcohol
Long hours at work
Lack of sleep
Lying down.(used to be just left side but now any position).
So far, all events happened while lying down except one during exercise. I have daily ectopic beats provoked by excercise going up and conming down.Bending over.Full stomach. Swallowing cold liquid.Pressure on my midback between spine and left shoulder blade. A pillow could do it. Many episodes start with flutter and then break down to fib.I not only feel the beats when I have an attack but I feel the fluttering atria in my throat.
Spend a lot of time worrying.The rhythm triggers a trauma response.
caffeine, alcohol, lying down, chocolate, excessive sugar, moderate to strenuous exercise (after), stressful situations (after), my ex-boss, lack of sleepno definites. "maybes" include alcohol, stress, radical change in schedule (eating and sleep)nonenot known, not afflicted with normal listed causes or conditionsRest & relaxation. I can be in the middle of very high stress situations & I'm fine. The second I "let down" they start.Now I stay away from coffee-bummer!NoneTiredness,gardening leaning forward and getting up quickly. I sometimes find my heart beats very hard and strong (not fast)Nothing positive but, stress, too much alcohol, too large a meal at anytime, but worse late in the evening, lying on left side in bed, vigorous exercise, e.g. squash, running, etc, - all can cause a bout to occur.
Flecainide plus red wine became like flicking a light switch from sinus to AF - I now don`t take either.
Excercise, tiredness, fatigue, bending forward, stress and anxiety, breathing too deeply!Eating heavy meals late at night.
Too much alcohol
Stress originally, now when ever it wants to. Lying down now is also big trigger.TriggersNoneLying on left side, sudden bending down, especially after meals, belching, leaning on left arm and sometimes cold drinks.Lack of sleep, caffeine and alcohol. Also if I am unwell, e.g. a cold.eating
Sleeping on left side
caffiene
exercise
light exercise after heavy exercise
Tension
Stress and anxiety main triggers.
Social occasions and excitement.
Pushing myself physically
Caffeine and Alcohol....perhaps sugary foods?
Getting too hot or too cold.
AV-nodal reentry tachycardy (AVNRT),infection or flu (propbably higher CRP-level than normal), overactive exertion especially after meals, fatigue.Alcohol, hard workouts at the gym, stress, sleeping on left side. alcohol, stressdon't knowemotional stress or physical overexertion
heavy meal
gaster discomfort especially diarrhea
lying on the left side
Aspartame
alcohol - red wine mostly and sleeping on left side seems to bring awarenessCaffine, alcohol, stress, allergiessleeping on left side, moderate exercise, flutter starts about 12-18 hrs after taking atenolol/wafarinover eating, cold drinks, alcoholMy A-fibs are triggered by caffeine, stress, alcohol.Caffeine, lack of sleep, too much stress, bending over, alcohol consumption, etc.
anxiety
relaxing
sleeping

seems to be both extreems
I have no known triggers, and think that I have adrenal rather than vagal AF, so it does get worse when I am stressed or nervous. I do however, avoid excessive caffine, only one cup of tea or coffee a day, and very little alcohol. I am very careful not to overdo it phyisically. My AF always gets worse when I have a virus, or any other minor illness.stress and dietingUnable to identify with any certainty.
Possibly stress/anxiety - not helped by the fact that the condition causes severe stress and anxiety!
noneAlcohol - sometimes one glass of wine does it sometimes a bottle has no effect.unknownTriggersMore than 4 nips of Alcohol in one sitting.
Caffeine
stress, over eating, tired, exercisecoffee, chocolate, Clariton D, stress, not enough rest, over eating, panic attack.Physical exertion, swimmingCaffeine in all variations (soft drinks, De-Caf, Chocolate, Tea). Cold medicines (pseudo-ephadrine), alcohol in excess, DHEA. Exercise
Stress
Often no apparent trigger
I have a bicuspid aortic valve which so far works fine and various doctors are in disagreement whether it could have caused the AF. There is some family history of AF.
Alcohol - particularly red wine! Stress, late nights, anxiety, Possible trigger: dehydration + beer
Really can't finger anything.
All the following I presume, if I was sure it would not happen again:
Very heavy ongoing physical effort
Heavy meals
Getting not enough sleep
caffeine, MSG, exertional exercise, stress, over eating, short on rest,
Alcohol, eating late, stress, digestive problems but don't know if this is result or cause, strenuous activity, tiredness.Vivid dreams. Seems fairly random sometimes.
The worst is in bed at night. When I lie down,heart beats so hard it vibrates whole body. I cannot get to sleep, which makes it worse too.
Coughing or holding my breath while bending over.

Sleeping without a cpap (or losing air pressure)
Dilated Cardiomyopathy. Normal coronary arteries.Sugar, stress, lay on left side.unknowLying Down, After exercise, After large meals, cooking with lots of herbs, spices,sitting for long periods of time.Not sure as I am in and out of A fib throughout the day resting night time bouts occur between 2-4am
sitting down
PMT
Stress is a primary trigger and is always prevalent before an attack along with one or more of the following secondary triggers:
- alchohol: usually only one or two beers
- pizza and beer together (usually only one beer)
- lying down: attacks occur when relaxing on the sofa or when asleep in bed
- having a lot of things to fit in a day (e.g. travelling to muliple appointments)
Preservatives (in food)
Stress
Tiredness
Dehydration
strenuous excercise. Graham hasn't noticed any particular foods to trigger his A.F.EACH major EPISODE SEEMS TO ALWAYS be related to food...The first major espisode in 1999 was set off after a large meal which included a lot of peanut satay sauce.

I had 3 more episodes in 2002 between Sept and Dec. I noticed that peppers or capsicums were in each of my meals preceding these attacks.Also my meal was a large serve. When I recognised this, I made changes and as a result, it significantly reduced the number of minor af episodes. I also had no more major attacks until this week.

I had a larger that normal meal of 7 supermarket sausages that were salty and these later made a rather acidic ast feeling in my gut. I had no salads with this. At midnight, I got into bed...then after a short time, it started into AF. I can feel that when the contents of my stomach enter into the intestine,thats when the Af will start.


Triggers that may cause short episodes include: stress, certain positions when lying down.
ExertionNo triggers identified. episodes start without warning, at various times day and night.alcohol ***
ozone (from air cleaner) ***
virus ***
sodium late in day***
stress
various drugs:
sympathetic reducers: alpha and beta blockers
statins: Lipitor ***
dehydration
Caffeine, Alcohol, Stress, Viral InfectionsTriggersAlcohol, stress, anxiety, sleep/ relaxing, caffeine. Smokey rooms i.e. pubs. Talking too much! ExerciseExtreme exercise; alcohol; pizza; spicy foods; large meals; indigestion; anxiety.lying down, leaning back in a chair, large meal, stress, low blood sugar....noneToo early to say what are the known triggers. Suspect a combination of things - excersize, wine, stress....?Decongestants
Caffeine
High stress
tiredness
stress
alcohol
cafeine
excercise
Caffeine (including decaf coffee), DHEA, DayQuil, Alcohol (just found that out thanks to this database...had new episode and could not figure out why until I found this site..thanks). Stress. Cheese (particularly cooked);
Red Wine;

Feb 2010 - nearly cured but require a DC cardioversion every 12-18 months.
Loud Music or Noise, Smoky Environment, Alcohol, Caffeine, Indigestion,
All the pleasurable things in life are reputed triggers. Rather than abstain I indulge in all in moderation (Coffee, chocolate, wine, beautiful women, an occasional cigar, an occasional drink, dairy products, dancing...)
none knownHIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
ALCOHOL IN EXCESS
EXTREME ACTIVITY
As time goes on, its looking increasingly like dehydration is a trigger for me.dehydration
stress
caffeine
smoking/chewing tobacco
heavy meals triggers racing heart
Alcohol, chocolate, caffeine, stress, extreme worry, fear,
inhalants and antihistamines, adrenaline rush, resting at night, lack of sleep
alcolol, heavy meal, stress, lack of sleep.1997 was put on AMiodorone (200 mg) Warfarin (was always 3mg but no forever changing (mostly higher). Medication stopped working last year and was causing a lot of missed beats, etc. The Cardiolgist I saw privately took me off the Amiodorone (takes 6 months to get out of your system). However my seventh month was last Nov 03 and I went straight back into AF. extreme physical exertion, possibly smokey environmentsSleep need more rest than before have to schedule my life high stress sometimes triggers it high jumpyness Absolutely none. With each attack, I examine my lifestyle to try to find a common denominator. No luck, most happen at night... Wish I could find a trigger, so that I could do something about it!
Believe it or not, the closest I ever came to a 'known trigger' was that it often happened when I was cleaning my teeth at night! Must stop cleaning my teeth!
Vagal? most events start during sleep.
But also can be brought on when cooling down from strenuous exercise.
Used to be stress and sometimes sudden exercise, chocolate, caffeine, now after a meal in the eveningsLack of sleep
Lying in bed
Alchohol
alcohol, cheese, milk,lying on left side, bending downTriggersnone certain, possible food allergy triggerdehydration, none others noted Alcohol Consumption?
Smoking?
It seems that each episode has been preceded by a period of drinking large amounts of alcohol, no more (and in some cases less) than any of the other people I was in company with, but I guess I have a sesitivity to alcohol?
Exercise after drinking, too much caffiene, taking decongestants (i.e. tylenol sinus, Nyquil).postural or high-intensity exercise whilst being dehydrated or having recently had too much alcohol or aspartameWork stress, cardio workouts, caffeine (none for 15 years), sleeping on my left side, bending down and standing too quickly, not getting enough sleep, colds and flu.noneEustress
Distress Makes no difference, happy times are as devestating as illness, death of family member, car wreck, etc. Being TOO TIRED (on CPAP, and that alone keeps me from getting a really restful sleep. Anxiety disorder, I just can't make my brain understand that these (Mule Kick) irregular beats are "Not Life Threatening". Sure feels life threatening to my "primative brain".
cold drinks after moderate exertion.
lack of sleep.
dehydration.
digestive upset causing wind/flatulance always causes problems but doctors never accept this.bending down
alcohol
fatigue
I guesss that old devil 'stress' plays a big part for me. I have carefully logged each of the episodes I have suffered and every single one has followed a stressful situation or event. The most recent AF occurred during the night a nd awoke me. I had spent most of the day driving in extreme heat (although the car was ice cold due to air conditioning)and probably became dehydrated due to lack of sufficient to drink. I returned home, went out for a long walk with my wife. We returned home, had a nice meal with two glasses of wine and then I worked late into the evening accompanied by two glasses of sherry! I also think that chocolate and very cold drinks might be possible triggers, and drinking too much tea. I have had two attacks following bending down and lifting a fairly heavy weight. There are probably a million other things that I don't even know about!Alcohol.
Strenuous activities (raking the lawn, washing windows).
Cold Medication (NyQuil).
StressStress,alchohol,caffiene,aerobicsANYTHING that constricts the left carotid artery; certain accupunture points when otherwise tension-predisposed to an episide; leaning back against a chair back (or other object) that puts pressure for a prolonged period just below the left scapula; being overly tired or overly stressed out; shallow breathing; sometimes an excess of coffee, especially when combined with elevated mental (not really physical) stress factors); MOST episodes have NO known / identifiable / apparent 'cause' (of which I am aware) -- they just seem to 'happen' -- sometimes with 'symptoms' for ~1-hr preceeding -- sometimes 'out-of-the-blue' -- with no particular (known) concentration within this rangeI guess stress, however seems to occur even while sleeping
and doing non stressfull times as well.
bloating,feeling full ,bending , shock of fright,large meals, resting, believe dysopyramide is making it worse and went off of beta-blocker, spicy foods, or anything that causes gastral upsetAlcohol
Exertion
vigoress exercise, emotional stress, big steak dinerscoffeine (coffe & tea including decoffenaited coffe and coffeine-free natural teas, cola drinks, chocholate), fruit (bananas caused the worst arrhythmias I had to date apparently due to thyramine they contain; also apples and citrus fruit; mellon fruits are fine), smoked meat (thyramine again), aged cheese, soya products, junk food, spicy food, beans, MSG in various food (stay away from chinese restaurants). Also, some medications I tried in the past (Naturopath supplenets like vitamins, minerals; traditional Chinise medicine and even regular Aspirin - regular, low-dose or coated) seems to trigger Afib so I am not taking it. In the past I also tried Coumadine (blood thiner) but I had to discontinue its use after severe chest pain (so I had some kind of reaction to this drug)Don't know any -each time I went into AF it was different situation and the time in between relapses was getting less and less - I can stay in normal sinus rhythm for about a month.Probably the hemolysis depleated muscles and heart? strength?

I do look at Hans bb., have taken on the WW trial and was on UW prior to that. Was put on Lanoxin and a BB, that stuffed me right up in two weeks, came off them, saw a different cardio he put me on Tambocor "on demand" only have not had meds since 28.11.02.
unknown
often related to menstrual cycle
Triggersmigraine
poss. low magnesium
Drinking
Spicy Food
fatigue, emotional or physical stress,sleeping,alcohol, coffeeNothing definitealcohol, usually triggered an event 24 hours later.
cholcolate
a nights sleep (especially noticable on left side sleeping).
a meal, I first starting getting episodes after lunch, which was often after exercise.

Seems like anything or nothing at all. Can't really pinpoint
much except stress, caffene and perhaps rest and maybe soy sauce or sashimi. I could be just sitting or driving, reading, cooking -- it just comes on.
no actual trigger all the time
Alcohol.. sometimes when I have first drink sometimes next day, sometimes not at all. Usually all the time with wine or hard liquor oan only sometimes with beer.
Sudden stressful situations.
Sleeping on my left side or back.
Sometimes just in the middle of the night.
Certain type of foods.
Alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, exercise, eating latecaffeine
MSG
Excedrin
don't know of any1.while asleep (early morning hours 4-6 am), usually after long high stress days.

2. After murder attempt - on me- shot at at close range by derranged individual
Triggers in my opinion: Acid reflux which causes the esophagus to become tender-the corresponding discomfort is the major trigger,

Other triggers include not sleeping on my right side and foods that promote gastric distress (dairy, heavy foods before sleeping, acidic foods, mexican food etc..)

Other major trigger, alchohol, caffeine.
Caffeine, chocolate, overeating throughout the day, eating large meals at home or in restaurants also salty food in a restaurant, second hand smoke, strong odors like paint and varnish, indoor and outdoor pollution, strong emotions like excitement,anger and also disappointment in the lack of integrity in some people, falls, over exertion and dehydration. Colonoscopy prep such as Phospho-Soda (too much salt in it). Eating too much
Caffeine
Alcohol
Stress
Anxiety(though not sure if this is the chicken or the egg)
Currently happens at night or when resting after a meal.
Before when in flutter,I have no idea what triggered it as it could occur at any time.
I have suffered from mild hiatus hernia,and have chest pain from I think a worsening scoliosis of the spine.I stoop which tends to give me pain in the ribs.
None that can be identified. Mostly I wake up with AF or it occurs very late in the evening. Often I find that I have AF when I've been sleeping on my left side. When in AF, lying on my LHS seems to aggrivate the condition.Random occurance, sleeping on left side, sleeping on back, chest infections, colds.I have "susceptible" times of the day. Ususally from 4 PM on. I usually get an increase in ectopic beats at this time. If I partake in alcohol, chocolate or bend over I may go into AF or sometimes it will occur when I'm just relaxing and doing nothing. Quite frequently I will go into AF after aerobic exercise when my heart rate is on the decline (vagal rebound).chocolate ,caffeine, alcool, cold drinks ,passive smoking
caffeine, alcohol, fatigue, vigorous exerciseWork stress and chocolate.Red wine,
Exercise,
forget medication,
Rest
Sitting relaxed.
Following meals particularly in the evening.
Stress.
Cold drinks.
Lying in bed.
Extreme cold or heat
fatigue
Triggerschocolate, ice cream, caffine, eating too fast, not chewing food, washing food down, pressure, acid causing food are ll expected.evening meal, over eating, repeated belching, relaxing several hours after exerciseAlchohol. Food additives, preservatives (sulphites, nitrates) MSG, Sweetners - aspartame, nutrasweet etc.

Gets really bad 6-12 hours after major stress or major activity. Although it never happens during.

Heat.

Low air pressure
1. Mental stress
2.Physical exertion
3.Indigestion of any level.
4.Sometimes nothing at all
more pronounced late in day through night and early morning hours, laying downstress (coming down from stress), bearing down, exercise (coming down from exercise), the weekend (coming down from the work week), gulping down a cold drink, chocolate, sleeping on my left side, bending down, overeating, loud, booming music with booming base,stress, illness, too much food, too much salt, skipped beats seem to precede. Seems being tired does me in.at first mostly at rest in evening after dinner, but now stress or activity but very unpredictableHeavy Meal late in evening
All episodes started as I went to bed
Sleeping on Left Side
msg, bending, excercise, sometimes after eating
lying down
fatigue,stressCan be, bending over, on all fours,eating large or small amounts,Booze.
Ectopic beats are the culprits I reckon )
I can't seem to attribute these episodes to anything in particular.I wish I knew - I thought this might have developed from Asthma medication that preceeded this for
two years. Eating may be related, but I can't isolate it. Sometimes a large meal may proceed it and
sometimes not. Sometimes I have food with MSG and get AF shortly, but other times this doesn't
happen. Same with caffeine, milk products, wheat products, alcohol, etc. Lying down and waking up also seem to aggrevate this. Maybe I have too many
amalgam fillings, but my dentist has heard this theory for causing 20 serious ailments and nothing
has ever been proven in a conclusive scientific study. Maybe I am low in Magnesium which is also
cited as an Asthma cause, but I have never seen a conclusive set of studies on this either. Maybe...
Alcohol, stress, perhaps MSG, stress
heavy exercise
alcohol/caffine
Definitely alcohol and or caffeine.Sometimes exhaustion,not from exercise though.Sugar in big doses.strong coffee, large meals, fatty foods, chocolateExercise.SO FAR I HAVE ONLY DISCOVERED TEA,COFFE,ALCOHOL.AND I SUSPECT DIGESTIVE BISCUITES.SPICEY FOOD.Laying down to go to sleep. I am most definately of the Vagal type.stress, excitmentstrenuous physical exertion, mental stress, lack of sleep, lack of foodTriggersindigestion,gas,bloating constipation,usually during or follwing meals, low blood pressure, prolonged bending or stooping, lifting heavy objects, laying flat, bouncing up and down (riding a tractor), standing up or bending down quickly. any exertion
including but not limited to: aerobics, exercise, walking, lifting, showering, raising my arms above my head brushing my hair, carying my daughter, getting out of bed, sex, stress, shopping
I wish I knew... Everytime I think I've found one it turns out not to be. Stopped Caffine & Alcohol for the most part. Large meals sometimes trigger it.

7/01
Seems to run a pattern of mild for a few weeks than one - three days of more severe in length and strength then back to the mild tolerable daily episodes.
Caffene
Alcohol
Stress
noneExercise, eating, prone position especially on stomach, ice water, digestive problems
stress
caffeine
monosodium glutemate
Stress or emotional states such as anger, perhaps alcohol, large meals.Drinking cold cokes etc.
Used to drink cold orange juice late a night, frequent trigger.
Frequently starts spontaneously at night while sleeping.
anything and nothingExercise
Stress
Alcohol
emotional stress, excess caffeine (limited caffeine found to settle rhythm), alcohol, MSG, chocolate.Chocolate, alcholol, stressover eating , alchohol , stress , fatigue, MSG (monosodium glutimate)stress, sleeping on my left side, runningMSG, food preservatives, alcohol, caffeinealcohol, caffeine, sugar, stress, Afib attack always at rest after intense physical exercise (4-6 hours later),or after emotional stress.
Anxiety - Chocolate (not always) - Only 1 time after indian food - Sleeping on left side - Very important think, each AFib attack coincides with a spastic colon attack.
None known - occurence seems randomrelaxationFatigue -- It may activate other triggers.
Alcohol -- Overdoing will trigger attack.
Stress -- Especially when relaxing after a stressful situation resolved.
Large Meals -- Attacks always after dinner.
Heat -- Seems to increase propensity to go into A.F.
A.F. Itself -- Longer I am out of A.F., the easier it is to stay out of A.F.
Too Full a Schedule -- Need to relax during day or I get stressed.
Spicy Foods / Cheese --
Refrigerated Dough Products, Red Wine, Golf, Ice Cream after Big Dinner.
over-eating; cold liquids on empty stomach; build-up of acid; constipation; trapped gas
(I've kept a log and I have not had any episodes outside these triggers
All the usual vagal AF triggers, night-time, after exercise, after eating, etc, but all triggers require pre-existing digestive upset - without this, triggers have much less effect. However, as at 2 Aug 2001, triggers have to be less than before to set off AF.excessive strenuous excersize, excedrin (caffine?)none really isolated and repeatable.Triggerscaffeine; alcohol; spicy foods; heavy meals ; hunger; exertion (lifting anything heavy or climbing stairs); lack of sleep; overtired; bending over; being cold ; stress ;
resting after exercise; getting up from horizontal position.
Vagal nerve stimulation:
drinking very cold water quickly
bending over at the waist then straitening up quickly

Alcohol
Thyramine-containing foods(red wine,cheese,chocolate)
Nicotine
Caffine
MSG
Nitrites
Alcohol; Caffeine; High intensity, vigorous exercise; FatigueCan start at any timeStress, possibly alcohol, caffeine, large meals, especially in combination.Initial triggers:
large meals;
alcohol (two or more drinks often triggered an immediate AF episode. When I cut down to one drink only it rarely triggered an immediate episode; however, my AF incident records showed that even one drink increased the overall frequency of AF);
caffeine (chocolate was the hardest to give up, but I had similar experiences with chocolate to those with alcohol); coming down from emotionally and physically stressful days at work (I am a psychotherapist and worked in a psychiatric emergency service at a University until 3 years ago); occasionally, highly anxiety-producing events (eg, buying a car, taking an exam).
These triggers lead me to believe that my AF is both adrenergic and vagal. For the first time in many years I recently forgot to take my atenolol in the morning and by noon was experiencing a rare early onset of AF.

Current triggers:
Rest;
Sleep;
I no longer drink alcohol or use caffeine, and I eat smaller meals. I am mostly retired (self-employed and seeing patients one day per week), but AF episodes have continued to increase even as my life has quieted down. This leads me to believe that my current triggers are primarily vagal, probably because atenolol calms my adrenergic tendencies.
Most definitely stress or prolonged stress,bending down,sometimes physical activity like horseriding.Odd beats and discomfort when lying on left sideMost common trigger is changing positions. If sitting for most of day, climbing stairs or slightest exertion can trigger episode. If busy all day walking, exercising, playing golf, sitting can initiate. However many other triggers....large meal, rolling over in bed, etc.WAS: Exercise...usually occurs shortly after or walking a round of golf... while refereeing basketball games..stressful situations that causes adrenaline flow..add being overtired.***Since taking TAMBOCOR episodes have ceased.alcohol, spicy food.95% vagally mediated : at night, resting after phsical activity, within 2 hrs after a meal ,bending over, sitting slouched foreward.BUT ONLY AT THE "PEAK" TIME OF MY CYCLING!stress
over-exertion
heavy meals
lack of sleep
alcohol/tobacco
bending over
alcohol
lying down (esp. on left side)
alcohol, chocolate, caffeine, stress, eating(big one)Unknown Being startled while sleepinglarge meals
resting after exercise
bending over incorrectly
sticking head in cold water
vigorous exercise (eg treadmill stress test)
most of the time I go in when I'm at rest
PreventionsNow ensure adequate sleep, healthy diet and regular exercise. Minimal alcohol intake and reduced caffeine intakeNone.Cold Shower (after a while of hot) often makes me feel betterGood diet ... Fruits and veggiesSleeping on my right side helped a lot or sleeping semi-reclined in a reclining chair. Going to bed with no food in my stomach, even if it means staying up to insane hours of the morning. Keeping the stress level down. Keeping my stomach in good health; taking Omeprazole daily to prevent GI Problems seems to help. I feel that the problem is partially a vagal nerve response.

The best thing that I found however, and what has kept me from having an episode for more than two years, even with loads of stress and bad eating habits; is the addition of two things. First, my cardiologist told me that some drugs like NSAIDS cause water retention and that causes the heart to grow. This causes a short circuit in the heart's electrical system - Afib. Doctor put me on furosemide 40mg a day and my water retention is gone along with the a-fib. Second, taking a prescription potassium a day helps me to maintain a correct potassium level. There are times when I need to take an extra one when my body is telling me that my level is low (PVC's and leg cramps).
noneRunning
Cold
not knowntaking meds to sleep better, relaxingNone.Daily vigorous exercise prevents attacks.avoiding triggers reduces number of attacksNone?UnknownI do not have a prevention that controls the episode.Not sureAvoiding the above Magnesium Glycinate helps
No ALCOHOL or caffeine
Stay well hydrated
Plenty of sleep!
Medications - don't always workPreventionsminimise alchohol intake and heavy exercisealcohol reduction, caffeine reductionRelaxation, ExerciseGetting plenty of sleep, taking Ativan at first sign of agitationStill too new to really know, but after looking at suggestions here, I think I'll work on lowering stress, improving my sleep habits, cutting caffine, losing a few pounds and adding a couple of vitamins like magnesium and B-10.adequate sleep, careful hydration, trying taurine with some preliminary success
For me keeping less stressed no anxiety if possible
Avoid matured cheese, bananas and lots of chocolate
Not too much coffee or tea
nonenone work for me have tried everything that has been suggested to me to no availablationN/ANilIt not clear sometimes just resting and at times just continuing with the activity such as playing golf. or have fun chatting and socializing with people.Rest relaxation less coffee and teaNonetry to avoid triggersNoneAvoiding the above! Otherwise none.Burping seems to help (Not sure why). Moderate exercise seems to set it back into rhythm sometimes when getting many ectopic beats. Medication.none known.
avoiding triggers.
ExercisePreventionsnone yetexercise in moderation,limit caffienejust to breath as normally as possible. try to focus on something like maybe folding clothes. anything to keep my mind off it.none, although sotalol makes the heart rate much slower.Noneadequate sleep
flecainide
excercise can revert
a lying on my right hand side in bed
b if I am awake and feel it starting I move very quickly to a different position and walk around which often stops the arrythmia
unknownNONEBlood pressure treatment is now working well after trying several drug combinations this keeps af under control.
The addition of amlodopine to perindopril and dioxososin has worked very well for me.

Not drinking to excess i know just what i can get away with.
NoneNone??? I spend my life adjusting my position, not getting full especially at night. Not eating after 5 or 6PM. Not bending over for too long. Not leaning against the back of the couch or chair. Drinking slowly. Who knows if that helps.no caffeine and more sleep seem to help; less alcohol decreases severity and duration but no alcohol doesn't stop them completely, changing jobs has helped so far (but that coincided with starting on flecainide). Nothing really helped much until the flecainide.none nonedrugsI don't know, do you?NoneMeds keep it under reasonable control but doesn`t actually prevent bouts of AF occurring. A bag of frozen peas on the back of the neck, or getting into a hot bath can shock me out of AF and back into sinus quite effectively but not everytime.
If I have had a late meal I will try to stay awake as long as possible because all of my episodes happen when I am asleep.NonePreventionsNone Have terminated a couple of episodes with exercise and recently have terminated overnight A/F episodes immediately on getting in the shower in the morning.In the main I am just watching my diet and trying not to eat large meals especially in the evening.Have found that soaking in a bath containing epsom salt crystals has, for the moment,increased the time between A/F episodes. Take medication. Also burn aromatherapy oils everyday, ylang ylang slows down heart rate. Don't rush around so much anymore, take things a bit easier.combination of: Increased dosage of Beta blocker, taking Flecainide when event occurs, exercise always seems to precede going back into sinus rhythm.None that are consistent.
Staying calm after meals, no bike riding in stormy weather after meal with alcohol. I need to prevent getting ill or cathing a cold. I need enough rest and sleep at night.Moderate workouts only, sleeping on right side, xanax when ectopics are frequent. vegetable juice (potassium content > 500mg/200cc/day)none really. Tried nose blowing thing - sometimes walking on cold tiled floor and drinking glass water helps.Only medicationbad episodes of flutter generally subside 1-2 hours after next intake of medicationSometimes excercise can delay AF onset but not for longMedications and avoiding my known triggers. When I am experiencing an episode, I take a 50 mg Atenolol about every two hours. It normally shortens the episode.At first, long duration/low intensity aerobic exercise helped me to convert. 500-1000mg magnesium also seems to work when I feel my heart getting irritable.Have no control over when it will happen.None, it seems to come and go at will.NoneNone yetnoneNonestay on medicationsPreventionsI have kept a diary of everything I have eaten during the past 6 months, but the only obvious Triggers that I have found are the ones listed above.try and rest, no prevention yetOnly drug I take besides my prescribed ones is Regular Strength Tylenol. I drink only decaff coffee - when I eat out, I do not have coffee - usually drink milk. If I feel an episode coming on I try to relax. I drink bottled water that has not been chilled. I have started to have an episode and took medicine according to my doctor - 2, 50 mg Flecainide and 1, 50 mg Toprol XL - than waited an hour and could repeat it if my Blood Pressure and Pulse don't come down - this worked for me. deep breathing exercises can stop tachycardia and trigger or stop short AF burstsNoneNormally just wait for NSR to come back - have been in casualty 3 times but AF has always reverted to NSR without drugs [apart from latest episode - so I'll have to wait for another episode and not take any Flec to discover whether I can still revert unaided!!

My fitness levels plummetted through my 30's and I put a lot of weight on. I'm regaining a reasonable level of fitness now, I cycle and run fairly regularly [3x per week]and this seemed to deter PAF until recently. I'm worried now that it's getting worse, but just have to see how it goes!
Ice pack to the back of the neck.Apart from avoiding the abovementioned : If only I knew
Then again, what was a trigger before does not trigger anything the next time.
There were no known preventions at time of Pulmonary Vein Isolation ablation. Nothing worked, even electrical defibrillation.The holding your nose and breathing out thingy very effective sometimes. Rest. Meditation. Having a laugh. Anything that can get your mind off the bloody thing. I think listening to your own heartbeat makes it worse.
Avoiding alcohol. I used to smoke marijuana and that made it much worse.
Trying to lose weight with some success.
magnesium, potassium, cardioace, coenzyme Q10,
MedicineDidn't find one yet!NoneyesLying on Right Side, Exercise - when Afib PACs / PVCs start, magnesium helps with the symptoms
Feel better if I excersise
None of the usual tricks seem to work for me. However I've discovered recently is that my heart sometimes races for periods of about 30secs or so the day before an attack of AF. My cardiologist thinks this could actually be what is causing the AF. So if I get this I try and destress as much as possible and take propanalol. I haven't assesed yet whether this is effective in practice.
I have also discovered that, for me, my AF attacks seem to go in three phases - these are subjective but I have got to know these stages fairly well:
phase 1 - the heartbeat starts to go irregular but the irregularity does not seem that excessive (may be 4-8 hours)
phase 2 - the heartbeat is extremely irregular ( may be 16-24 hours)
phase 3 - the heartbeat becomes less irregular and almost seems to be trying to come back to a normal rythym.
When I have got to stage 3 I usually find a short relaxed work often flips the heart back in Sinus rythym. I may have to try this several times some hours apart before it works. I suspect the key here is more that the walk relaxes me rather than the gentle exercise. There is no hope of this working in phase 1 or 2.
restingAvoid spicy or too much of 1 food
Avoid large meals before bed....have a larger meal during the day if you have to
Have easier to digest meals for the evening
Avoid foods that will make you feel acidic in the stomach
If you eat late, stay awake and in a more upright position..if it means going to bed or sleep at 2-3am.do it
If you are doing an activity, even if it is thinking about something that causes a short episode, immediately cease that thought and move onto that thought at a later time
Nonenonestopping Lipitor
changing electronic air cleaner (see below)
vegan diet (see "The China Study")
Avoiding all the above (when possible)PreventionsNone.Gave up all alcohol; avoid spicy foods and large meals; try to remain calm, but being in AF makes me anxious, and it's difficult.flecainideNo ideasotalol
rest
Avoidance of triggers.
None known
none knownKEEP BP DOWN
DRINK IN MODERATION
I've recently twigged on that I reckon I can attribute most, if not all of my bouts to dehydration so since my last bout I'm trying to drink at least one and a half/two litres of water a day. betacpace AF
exercise
light meals
no caffeine
no nicotine
I stopped smoking, no alcohol, caffiene, chocolate. I can however enjoy cold drinks, eat ice cream and all kinds of dairy. I also try and keep more calm and do some deep breathing when having an AF event. eating lightly, avoiding all known triggers.Don't know any really, although I sometimes think getting too tired may be a contributing factor.please tell meAgain, wish I knewRelaxation helped a little, avoidance of triggers. But this just delayed the onset.Cold drinknonePreventionsnoneplenty of fluids, well restedFlecainide and avoid prolonged periods of alcohol consumption Limited drinking, no caffiene intake.alcohol abstention or no exercise or exertion for a few days following alcohol
Not certain what that meansnoneDrugs to induce stupor. almost PRN Xanax, Ambien, Tylenol #3 plus all the effects of 240mg Inderal X2, 300mg Ethmozine X2, 10mg Hytrin X2, Amioderon 2X20mg (Loading) x2, Synthroid (tumor removal), Actos 15mg X1 keeping digestive problems under control with strict diet.
breathing out when bending down.
abstinence form alcohol (unfortunately).
Avoid stress. Avoid people who tell you they have something much worse! Avoid caffeine.NoneI stopped working and my symptoms have lessened by an incredible amount.I also take CoQ10,Magnesium and a bunch of other supplements as well as stopped drinking alchohol and caffeine.not much, in general; however, some things seem to help: good sleep / rest; breathe deep & long (meditative / yogic calming & deep breathing); maintain moderate stress levels; avoid (especially) prolonged stressful situationstried almost everything without success until Tambacor, which worked well about a year or so. now they are going to try a hospital stay and take me off Tambacor then try Dofetilide.nill,exercise helpedUnknown, as of yet, but I'm turning my diet around and taking multi-vit., magnesium, high doses of vit. c, l-lysine, l-proline, l-carnitine, alpha lipoic acid, co q10, fish oil, E, green drinks and acidophilus/probiotics.None--avoiding triggers seems to only delay onset.avoid the abovestrict diet (avoiding all known triggers or consume them sporadicaly as there is a some kind of treshold until I can 'violate' my diet so e.g. occasional coffe is ok as long as I dont take the next one for 4-5 days), moderate physical activities, medicationNone - medication is only controlling the rate and nothing else. It doesn't keep me in normal sinus rhythm. SO have been referred for surgery.UW and WW and foods to help the Mg++ and N+
A lot of steady exercise, watching my HR and slooowly building myself up again.
vits.3 x 1 mg. fish oil, 1 x 500 iu E., 1 x 50 mg. Qc10.,
1 x garlic tab.
PreventionsWith AF I have a very high heart rate. A calcium blocker, reduces my heart rate and AF in a half to three-quarters of an hour. Recently I have also tried carotid artery massage and holding my breath. These actions enable me to take less of the calcium blocker to reduce the heart rate and restore normal rhythm.Off the alcohol, it helps but does not cure the condition.
I am trying a reorganisation of my meal times, i.e. not eating later than 7 pm.
On the days I go to the gym, I do not usually get AF. Other than that, nothing.noneAvoid alcohol, coffeeno caffeine
no MSG containing foods
don't know of anystress reduction

cardioversion within 40minutes after drug cocktail;
200 - 300 mg Tambacor, sometimes with one cardizem
Controlling gastric distress with Gaviscon (coats stomach) and advil for esophageal discomfort.

Flecainide 225 Mg daily (75 mg 3x daily) My prescription is for 150 mg 2x a day but with my physician's consent I am attempting to reduce the dosage slightly but take the remainder in 3 doses.

I have reduced my intake of food, which includes carbs, fat,sugar,caffeine,theobromine(chocolat products)vitamin K and salt. I am trying to walk on a treadmill more than once a week and I am drinking more water.Medications
Laying Down(best on right side)
Have tried being off alcohol completely.It seemed to work for a short while.Now no correlation between a drink and AF episodes.None that work reliably. "Burping" does work in very early on-set (within first 3 - 4 AF beats, but nothing works when AF established.I have two types of ectopic beats that send me into AF. The first one is the multiple skipped or extra beats which will send me into AF. If I can get my heart rate up with some light exercise I can sometimes fend off the AF. The other type is probably an atrial flutter or some kind of tackycardia (a series of short fast beats). With this type if I bear down (like having a bowell movement) or plug my nose and simulate blowing up a baloon I can sometimes prevent an occurance. Usually in the end the AF wins out but sometimes I can delay it.cammomille , hawthorn flowers.Not sure anything actually prevents it. Even with complete elimination of triggers and uswe of medication still have episodes about twice a month, sometimes more.medicationflecainide, 300/day.Walking
cold then warm shower
concentration on something other than A.F.
Preventionseat slowly, chew completely, drink after eating, drink water, etc.I am very physically active and have never had an episode of AF start during or immediately after strenuous exercise. A few years ago I could even terminate an episodes by moderate exertion but this no longer works, it just causes extreme pulse rate and near fainting.Don't consume anything with triggers in it.

If I make a mistake the follwoing alleviates it:
Activity and fresh air. Sleep with window open above bed what ever the weather.
Avoid the above situations (as far as daily activities of life will allow)medication onlylaying on right side, some exercise when I start getting very relaxed, drinking apple cider vinegar (in AM.), (foot rubs help),Not sure yetKeep evening meal light
Sleep only on right side
Elevated head of bed
meds, sleep(sometimes to convert)???Have taken 1000mg fish oil
Co-Enzyme Q 10 by the bucket load
Hawthorne Berry
Magnesium 800 mgs a day
Vitamin B-12
L-Carnitine
None of these helped
none to my knowledgeBeta Blockers (Lopressor) help get me back to normal rhythm, but too much also causes
lite-headiness and short blackouts. Tambocor/Flecanide (Calcium Channel Blocker) seems to help too
stress management
beta blocker
magnesium
Avoiding more than 2/3 units alcohol daily.Avoiding caffeine totally.Taking sleeping pills to control insomnia.PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU FIND SOME.
Keep running.walkingSleeping a lot (8-9 hours/day) helpsPreventionsEat smaller more frequent meals, stay away from gas producing foods, try not to stoop to oftendon't do anything or feel anything, quietlyAblation! It works, if done by an experienced competent EP.noneNone until started flecainide and, now, catheter ablation to stop atrial flutterwater intake
valsalver manouver
not mixing proteins for breakfast
detox routines
Relaxation breathing exercise, cold showers, occasionally carotid massage.I've gotten off of all caffeine, quit drinking cold drinks and tried to reduce stress.noneDespite removing as many situations as possible that may precipitate an episode, they still occur.nonesmall meals , no alchohol , no caffine , rest Avoidance of above substancesquinaglute worked for 8 years but now it is worse than everVery warm bath,
Physical effort can stop an attack,
Taking drugs (mebeverine or propanthelline) for preventing colon problems seems prevent Afib (vagolytic effects?).
None known. Usual conversion methods usually don't work. An extra sotalol sometimes seems to stop it.Exercising at first etopic beats on occasion has prevented a bout of A.F. but not always. Avoiding fatigue seems
to be a big help.
None really, though once stopped through cold water on face; warning signs are PACs. Once it has kicked in, sleep has helped.None of the earlier preventions (being careful about digestive status) work any more. AF seems to have this adaptive characteristic where it runs around whatever it is you did last time to stop it.Preventionshave never known anything to actually prevent an attack coming on - it just happens!deep breathing
lay on floor and stretching out flat on my back
Low intensity exercise; restValsalva maneuver, emptying stomach of excess wind
Food-combining diet - fruit breakfast (small coffee)
starch-based lunch (pasta/rice etc)
protein dinner (meat/fish & salad/veg)
2 glasses red wine in evening
minimum 2 litres of water per day
processed food forbidden
Low-density aerobic exercise (golf/cycling/resistance)
Removal of gold tooth bridge and replacement by porcelain

These sometimes work: relaxing techniques, Valsalva maneuvers, dofetilide.No known preventions (despite years of carefully kept records of all episodes).

Postponers (sometimes):
"bearing down";
going up and down stairs a few times

Terminators:
moderate walking;
moderate biking;
yoga/calisthenics
At this point, these terminators only work on the second (and sometimes third) morning after AF starts.
CALM CALM CALM!! relaxation techniques.Avoiding extreme physical tirednessSo far nothing has helped. I have tried all remedies mentioned in the AF chat rooms: bearing down, putting face in cold water, magnesium supplements, coughing, etc. I usually convert on my own but lately episodes have been lasting at least 24 hours.Tambocor........"keeping my fingers crossed"
Nothing has ever altered or stopped the cyclingflecainide

elevate head and sleep on back or right side
Intravenous magnesium (once a week for 4 weeks) seems to have stopped the AF for 8 months in 2000.

I also had high levels of mercury which I cut by 75% through taking vitamin C, blue green algae, cilantro, and alphalipoic acid. Dental amalgams removed June-July 2001.
lack of stress, avoid triggers, etc. But nothing really keeps it away. UnknownI was able to delay the onset of AF for about an hour if I ran up a flight of stairs after the first few ectopic beats.

I would often go into AF when in bed and if I immediately got out of bed and walked around as soon as AF started I would sometimes convert back to NSR. If I didn't convert in the first couple of minutes of AF I'd usually be in for many hours.
CurrentMedsBisopropol, Flecainide, AspirinDiltiazem, Metoprolol, Multaq, Lipitor, Coumadin, Lasix, Pottasium chloride.AsprinDigoxin
Pradaxa
Diltiazem


Don't know if they cause side effects
Taking Sotalol 120mg twice daily. Have to have an EKG once a year because of this medication since it can cause the heart node to slow down. So far (after 11 years on the med) it has not. As I mentioned above, furosemide 40mg every morning and 10meq of KCL every evening. Omeprazole 20mg every PM to keep the stomach in good shape. Been taking 5000 units of Vitamin D because it rains a lot here and I don't get enough sun to produce it myself. Taking a high dose vitamin B Complex too because my levels were low on some of these. The doc gave me a script for diazepam which helps to calm me down on bad stress days.Pill-in-the-pocket flecainidepropafenone and verapamil, verapamil, BF, asprin - Flecinide - bad dreams, blurred vison
Verepimil - not sure
Kidney discomfort
flecainide, metoprolol and aspirin
Side effects: dizziness, shakiness
flecainide ratard 100 mg / day
no side-effects
hypertension: enalapril+hydrexin
diltiazem,thyroxine, temazepam,citalopram, aspirin, claritin 20 mg sotalol 2 times a day. 81 mg asprin a dayCoumadin.
Nexium.
Simvastatin.
Started on Flecainide after flutter started. I am on Coumadin in preparation for cardioversion.Will continue Flecainide after cardioversion.Flecainide, Omerprazole, Aspirin. No obvious side effects Toprol XL - fatigue, very slow heart rate, weight gain
Flecinide - dry mouth, dizziness, headaches
Aspirin - none
Allegra - drowsiness, so only take if allergies are really bad
Flecainide 2 x 50mgs per day, and losartin 25mgs per day. Not aware of any after-effects. Feels much better on current med than on previous. Flecanide - may be causing the flutters-- not sure
Inhaler
Singulair & HCTZ - known cause of fluttering
Antihistamines (no decongestants)
Synthroid - may be a flutter cause
digoxin, diltiazem, flecainide, coumadin Somthing is causing numb fingertips, cramps in bottom of feetSotalol 80mg twice daily (one generic brand (Almus) causes very low HR and skin rash) current generic brand (APS) OK

Ramipril 5mg once daily - major headaches when first started

Aspirin 75mg per day
Metoprolol 100mg twice a day
Warfarin (Coumadin) various depending on INR
Flecainide 50mg 2 per day
Bisoprolol 1 per day
75mg Asprin

Nausea
Often headaches
Flecanide, 50-100mg/2x day (brings on flutter sometimes, dizziness)
Verapamil, 180mg 1x day (constipation)
Aspirin 81mg
Coumadin (getting off in a month) COLD all the time!

Flecaninide- 100mg 2x a day

Metoprol- 25mg 2x a day
Flecanide
Atenolol
Ramapril

no side effects
CurrentMedsFlec PiP - light headache sometimes75 mg/day aspirin, no side effects. Simvastatin 40 mg/day no side effectsFlecainide 50mg twice daily, Toprol 25mg once daily, Aspirin 325 mg once daily, Simivastatin 20mg daily Nitro-glycerine in case of chest pain

Slight dizziness now and then, not sure if it's flecainide or Toprol. Simvastatin seems to upset my stomach sometimes. No chest pain to this day, so far no need for NG
Tambocor - 150mg b.i.d., Cartia XL 240mg -q.d., Digoxin .125mg - q.d.

No appreciable side effects
Heparin (temporary, 7-days); Tambocor (100 mg) twice daily; Concor: 1/2 tablet (2.5 mg) daily; 1 apirin daily.propafanone, coumadin, lisinopril, omeprazoleallergic to propafenone, flecainide, metapolol
Diltiazem OK - 150 mg. 1X/day
1 aspirin
taurine, 1500 mg./day, more with afib episode
Metoprol 25 mg extended release and flecinade twice daily 50 mgExecutive B Vitamins by Blackmores 1 tab x 2 day
Fish Oil 1 capsule x 2 day
Cardio Nutrients 1 capsule x 2 day by BioCeuticals
no side effects
metoprololhave just started taking flecainide acetate (Tambocor) and im not feeling to good with it seems to be making things worse if anythingnoneThyroxine 150mg a day
Warfarin 5mg a day
Sotalol 3x40mg a day
Omacor x1 a day
Alverine Citrate 2x 1 a day (IBS)

Only side effects encountered are with the Sotalol...Sore head, light headed, nauseous and when restarting after stopping for surgery- visual problems whereby I have to lie down as getting like kaleidoscopes spinning in my perippheral line of vision
Flecanide to control the arrythmias.
Coumadin post procedure for three months.
Monocor to for rate control in the event of an episode.
I am having occasional irregular beats since my ablation on Sept 19th, but no real episodes of fibrillation.
I was started on flecanide in Nov 07 and had not had any episedes since feburary this year. Prior to that I had been
having episodes of fibrillation daily for a year. My life was hell.
I feel very tired all the time and can fall asleep on a dime. I am due to come off the medication in December to see if the ablation was effective. I am sure that the monocor is the cause of my tiredness.
Tanbocor, 200mg daily, 100mg in the morning and the other at night.
Cardiosel, 12.5mg each in the morning and night.
plavix, one at night

No side effects that i am associating with the medicine
Tambacor no known side effectsFlecainide (liquid)baby aspirin





50mg flecainide twice daily - halo vision effects
4mg candesartan daily
7mg warfarin daily - get very cold and sweats
1.25 mg bisoporol twice daily - lightheadedness and low blood pressure
Sotalol - initially swollen ankles, headaches, blurred vision.
Simvastatin
Warfarin
Bisoprolol, aspirin
General fatigue most likely because of lowered heart rate
Tambocor. Usual side affects as listed. Weakness in the eye muscles and occasional dizziness. However medication received well by body. On supplements of fish oil and magnesium acetate and 150mg of aspirin per day as well. Flecainide - seems to have increased occurences, however has decreased intensity of occurences. Have not had severe episode since start of medication - 6 mos. ago. However, it feels like my rhythm is off most of the time.

Warfarin - blood vessels in face showing, bruise easily and long term, still have not been able to level amounts needed to take - so blood tests every two weeks. I'm not eating as healthy as I was, because I've had to limit my favorite health foods: spinach, green veggies and cranberries.
Linsinopril, Coumadin, crestor, plavix, tikosyn and digitekCurrentMedstoprol 12.5 mg, flecainide 100 mg - nothing works for me, aspirintenormin-none200mg flecainide twice a day....cardizem 120 mg twice a day
asprin 1 a day
Sotalol,warfarin,diltiazem, Flecanide, blood thinner, AvaproSotalol 80 MG twice a day, Plavix, Aspirin, Lisinopril HCTZ 20/25, Klor-con M20 Twice a daytambocor - have been taking for 17 yrs
initially - noticeable incresed heartrate
now - none observed
Flecainide 300mgs crushed in water as a bolus dose as soon as I go into AF.No medication taken regularlyMy in case of medication Flecinade.

Has worked once.
Flecainide 200mg daily + up to 100mg during AF episodes
Aspirin (warfarin refused due to unpredictable and erratic INR)
Warfarin.. no problems clotting factor quite stable.
Amlodopine.. My wonder drug helped me to sort out raised bp at last.
Perindopril.. No problems some ankle swelling occasionally.
Dioxososin.. No problems
Nebivolol.. No problems
Co-Codamol..No problems a bit de-hydrating.
Flecanide as pill in the pocket if duration is lengthy.

Lisiniprol for blood pressure which has been averaging around 130/75 with a delta of 115/70 to 159/81 over a 10 month period.

Klorkon: they claim my potassium was low on trips to ER.
Disopyramide - blurry eyes and dry mouthDigoxin. Coumadin in anticipation of Ablation March 19, 2007.flecainide - 50mg/twice per day
metoprolol - 100mg/twice per day
aspirin - 325mg/first thing in the morning
Started out on 100mg of flecainide and felt like I was taking poison - Extreme stomache pain, blurred vision, dizziness. I was afraid to sleep because I would stop breathing and wake up gasping. I stopped taking it for a week but then decided to try taking half as much because it did seem to work on the Afib. At 50mg it's working great and no side effects!
Metoprolol made me dizzy in the beginning but that went away. It does make me more sensitive to cold.
flecainide 100mgs 2Xday; and 325 aspirin 1X/day
no side effects except maybe weight gain (not sure if related)
500mg flecanaide; bloating, weight gain
warfarin
topral 100mg
4 cardioversions
Flecainide, 150 twice a day
Atenolol, 25mg once a day
Aspirin, 325 once a day
Sleepier than usual, or I am just using these meds as an excuse?

also take Vytorine 10/20 once a day
Just started 150mg Flecainide two times a day- side effect seems to be that I slightly A-fib about 20 minutes after taking, then I'm okay for the day.Also take Cartia 240mg in the am. As yet haven't noticed any side effect.
asprin a day.
Had AF for 15-20 years without fully realising. 4 years ago events became far worse but nothing could be done until they were caught on ECG. Results showed fibrillation with sporadic flutter. Went through complete range of drug treatments to no avail. Eventually had ablation for flutter which minimised symptoms by 40% making life much easier. Recently August 2007 on have been getting events every 3/4 days which are making my life miserable. During event am unable to walk due to interuppted blood suply to muscles. All the usual symptoms but never know when it will revert spontaneously. Unable to work the last few months due to events.Flecanide -
Bisoprolol
5 years on Arythmol as prescribed daily, - two tablets in the morning and two around 6pm.
aspirin.
No major noticable side effects from the Arythmol, it, at first left a bad taste in my mouth, but I don`t notice it now.
An update on taking Arrythmol is that I changed to taking two tablets just before going to bed as most of my bouts of AF come in the early hours and there has been a marked improvement in my condition. I still get bouts of AF but now only about one every 14 days.
Flecanide
Seeing a heamotoloigst next week regarding starting anti-cogulation
Sotalol 80 mg - slow pulse
Aspirin 75 mg
Valsartan 80mg for hypertension
Indapamide 1.5mg for hypertension
Allopurinol 100 mg for gout
Co Q10
Cherry extract for gout (brilliant)
Rythmol 325 SR ($$$$) Palpatations, metalic taste, ( Ithink A fib may be getting worse since on it)CurrentMedsLack of ability to exercise; consequently experiencing knee and hip joint problemsVerapamil, 3 times a day. Makes me feel lethargic and for the first few weeks caused constipation.
Just started warfarin one week ago.
I take sotalol twice a day and if I am having an episode I take two flecanaide. No real side effects with the sotalol but taking the flecanaide really slows me down. I cant do much after that.Bisoprolol/tiredness
Lisinopril.?,
Aspirin/?
Flecainide(only when event occurs)/sickness, flatulence,fatigue
Flecanide 100 twice daily but may have to stop as it seems to be making things worse.
Aspirin 150, 300 during an episode. Do not want to go on Warfarin as I work with animals outside a lot.
Simvastatin
EPA/DHA oils, TMG,
Coenzyme Q10
Multi Vitamin
Vitamin E 400
Vit C, Garlic
Magnesium 400
Folic Acid and other B vitamins
Flecainide and metoprolol if needed. No noticable side effects.

Coumadin (in Dutch: Marcoumar)for anti-coagulation. I am managing the whole thing myself at home. Things are going very smoothly.
Tikosyn, Metoprolol, Lipitor, Benadryl for sleep, xanax od prn. Asa 325 mg OD. Less energy, dizziness on moving in circular motion. Difficulty falling asleep. Sweat easily. Esophageal reflux at times325mg x 2 Rhythmol
25mg Toprol
5 mg Warfarin
No noticeable side effects
cardizem
toprol-depresssion
tambocor-fatigue-slow heart rate
lanoxin
coumadin
cibenzoline 300mg/d
bisoprolol 2.5 mg/d
digester
Flecanide 300 mg , Adizem XL (high BP) Aspirin 75 mg. Only side effects some disturbed vision and excess urinating at nightPropafenone 450mg - bad taste in mouth ALL The time
Toprol 25mg - tirednes, low blood pressure
wafarin - 5mg
atenolol - 50mg
flecainide - 50mg 2 X day

don't know what causes what, but I'm extremely tired and sleepy right after taking the wafarin and atenolol and then again about 12 hours later...naps help

take fish oil and magnesium on my own (ok'd with dr)
Wafarin and Tenormin, nil side effectsRythmol, Atenolol
Constipation is a major problem
50mg Atenolol
7mg warfarin
I've tried everything else, but they eventually stopped working.
Bisoprolol 5mg daily
Flecainide 300 mg daily
asprin 75 ml daily

Flecainide now on maximum dose.



Bisoprolol fumarate 10mg
Flecanide 25mg morning and night
Aspirin 300mg

Bad circulation - I always have cold hands and feet
Flecainide - hand tremors
Zocor
Lotrel - very constipating
Atenolol
Warfarin
Flecainide (100mg per day)and Irbesartan (350mg per day)Low dose aspirin once a day.
Haven't noticed any side effects to speak of, but may notice more 'heart flutters' than before and also appear to be aware when I am getting close to needing the next flecainide, i.e keeping the levels constant in the blood stream seems to be best by taking as close as possible to each 12 hours.
toprol
warfarin
Verapamil - none
flecainide - unknown
warfarin (coumadin)-none
flecainide, propoponol flecainidePropafeone hydrochloride (Arythmol). Ongoing discomfort in left chest - acutely aware of activity in this area Some dizziness/effect on peripheral vision 1-3 hours after taking medication.150mg 3 times a day

Also aspirin
flecainide and diltiazem - fatigue, constipationCurrentMedsTambocor 50mg twice per day.
Slight dizziness and light headed, nothing drastic enough to affect my everyday living.
My doctor doesn't like it, but I try to keep my blood thin with garlic and light consumption of alcohol - 2 nips per day.
diltiazem-tired, weak at first but better now.I take Toprol XL 25MG am and pm - Flecainide 100 mg am and pm - Warfarin 7 mg once a day. Flecainide makes me bloated and constipated - I usually eat prunes to help with the constipation.NoneFelcainide (Tambocor) 150 mg 2x day
Atenolol 25 mg 1x day
Pottasium 20mg 1 x day
Aspirin - Adult enteric coated 1 x day
Lipitor - 20 mg 1 x day
Celebrex 200 mg 1 x day (was on and preferred Viox)
Glyburide 1 x day
Metformin 2 x day

On my own I take
Magnesium 500 mg 2 x day
Fish Oil 6,000 mg 2 x day

No side effects from current meds
Toprol - fatigue, constipation, coordination, mental dullness
Warfarin - no side effects
Flecanaide if and when episode starts. No noticeable side-effects yet.Flecainide 75 mg twice/day. No side effects.tenormin 100 - no sides
cardioasperine - no sides
Warfarin 6MG a day
Tiksoyn 250 mcg twice a day
(If all goes well, I might be able to give these up)
Flecainide
Sotalol.
Doctors weren't struck on me taking both but they put me on Flecainide alone at first and although heart was regular, it was hard and fast which stopped me sleeping. So GP put me back on Sotalol as well. Worked well for 8 years then became shop steward. Mistake. Symptoms back with a vengeance. Increased meds but taking more and more with lessening effect.
Side effects not too bad. Tiredness but worth it to be free of AF.
Aspirin.
Rhythmol (on it for 1 week now) the only side effect is the bad taste in my mouth.
Digoxin
Amias
Bisoprolol
Frusimide
Multivitamines
Thaimine
Warferin
Folic acid
Cipralex
Atorvastatin
Main side effects removed sinced I stopped carvedilol, and got bisoprolol instead
Flecaine, atenanol, warfarin....

Drowsy, lethargic, slow to get up to full exercise speed
concor 5 mg/dayFlecanide 50mg X2/ day- However, does not always prevent all episodes - certain break through episodes - usually with a faster Ventrical response - have noticed 220BPM on an ECG when in AFIB w/ Flec.

Flec "on demand" ALWAYS works. 50mg chewed with Pedialite will convert 100% of the time 1-2hrs tops.

Other side effects of Flec - Some chest pain, lack of energy, vision - but, at the lower dose, one adjusts to it.
Warfarin
Flecanide - no side effects but not working on the a fib
Supposed to be taking a daily aspirin (75mg) which I do when I remember and have them (which isn't very often).
I take Propanolol when the attacks occur and stop taking it when back in Sinus. (10-20msg 3 times a day). This does seem to help in that it reduces the length of the attacks.
Also have the option of taking Flecainide permanently instead of Propanolol, have resisted this so far as don't want to go on permanent medication if I can avoid it as the cardiologist has said once I go on it he may not be able to guarantee I can come off it.
Toprol XL (75 mgs daily) (Exhaustion, vertigo)
Flecainide (50 mgs daily) (Flutter)
Baby Aspirin (81 mgs daily)
Synthroid (88 mcgs daily) For Hypothyroidism
nilNOTEN...has reduced Bp to a lower level 100/60./.make me a bit drowsy but this could also be part of the condition
Warfarin..no side effects yet
Warfarin
Diltiazem
Flecainide

Leads to occasional bradycardia and dizzyness
10.8.05 change in meds from atenolol to sotalol 160mg bd.
27.5.06 change in meds from sotalol to Flecainide 50mg bd.
digoxin 250mg daily
ramipril 10mg daily
amlodipine 5mg daily
simvastatin 40mg daily
warfarin daily
levothyroxine 25mcg daily
Prescriptions:

Flecainide As needed
(currently 150 mg per day)
Testosterone gel 50 mg/day
Crestor 5mg every other day

Supplements:

Aspirin 320 mg/day
Saw Palmetto Extract 320 mg/day
cod liver or flax oil 1 tbsp/day
vitmain B12 500 mcg/ day

Flecainide, 150mg a day. Causes headaches and lethargy.
Aspirin, 75mg a day.
CurrentMedsWarfain, Bisoprolol 10mg per day but I can increase to 20mg per day if condition requires.Toprol, 50 mg. 1 a day--anxiety and severe nightmares.
Tambacor, 50 mg. 2 a day--no effects I'm aware of
81 mg. aspirin 1 a day--no effects
Lipitor, 10 mg. 1 a day--mild body aches
Hytrin, (for hypertension) 2 mg. 1 a day--no effects I know of
Flecanide 100mg/day
Verapamil 240 mg prn
coumadin 7.5mg/day
Asprirn (75mg/day)
Flecainide (50mg twice/day)
I am sure that one or both of these has reduced my performance capacity for cycling - aching muscles, reduced top-end heart rate - using Polar HR monitor to analyse.
Toprol, Flecinide, Coumadinsotalol 3*40mg pd

tiredness and also sleeplessness
iritability, depression,lack of motivation
loss of libido, constipation, lack of energy
impaired vision and coordination
Flecinide and Cardizem. Just started this new med.None - have been prescribed Flecainide but not taken it as yet.

Feb 2010 - still none but considering a touch up ablation following my original one in Jan 2007 which has been almost a success other than two cardioversions in three years.
Amiodarone - tired, constipation, blurry vision
Adult Aspirin
Mevacor
Atenolol

Coumadin 6mg
Toprol 100mg
Verapamil 360mg
Thyroxine 0.2mg
Lipitor 10mg
Ambien 5mg
Magnesium 400mg
Calcium 1200mg
Fosamax 70mg weekly
Vitamin-mineral supplements/Coenzyme Q10/Vitamin E/etc
metoprol, magnesium, fish oilWARFARIN FEEL FINE ON THIS
NEBIVOLOL SOME HEART FLUCTUATION AFTER EACH DOSE
COVERSYL
SIMVISTATIN
100mg Flecainide twice daily
75mg dispersable Asprin daily.
No noticeable side affects.
betacpace AF, 120 mg twice a day: main side effect is slow resting heart rate (pulse drops to 30's while sleeping and is in 60's at rest during the day)

Aspirin, 1 adult tablet per day
About the only side affect is being tired. Small amount of gum bleeding from the coumadin. Tambocor: none that I'm aware.
Atenolol: physical fatigue.
Warfarin: standard---bleed easily.
Now on Sotalol, 40mg twice a day. Warfarin (dose keeps changes constantly at the moment) No side effects but it hasn't put my heart back in rythmn Sotolol that is)(it's quite irregular at times). I am now awaiting to see an Electro-Cardiologist in a couple of months time. Feeling a little more hopeful! I certainly do not find the doctors very helpful at all (they appear to know very little about AF and never seems to be able to discuss or answer questios that I ask them).coumadin, flecainide acetate / difficulty sleeping. St judes arrythmia pace maker and drug theropy of tamacor and ditizem and warafin has greatly helped from before Daily aspirin - 300
Carry Tambocor to be taken when in fibrillation.
150mg flecainide, twice a day / none
325mg aspirin daily / ringing in ears
160 mg valsartan (Diovan)daily / none
40mg Lipitor / none
Sotalol (1x80mg and 1x 40mg per day), aspitin (75mg).
The Sotalol initially upset my rhythm even more than normal and have me a light headed feel. I nearly gave up but persisted. After 2-3 weeks side effects reduced. Now effects are that it reduces my heart rate from 60 to around 50 and also reduced by BP from 110/70 to 90/60, causing a slight lack of 'get up and go'
Sotalol. Side effects; weight gain and loss of libidoflecainide worked well for 16 months now af episodes have restartedCurrentMedsatenolol + flecainide
cold extremities
Currently - 150 mg flecinide twice daily, 50 mg atenolol and on aspirin therapyFlecainide 50mg x 2 or 3 a day / Slight visual disturbances

Inderal L.A. 80mg x 1 per day / Sleepy sometimes
Tambocor 100mg / twice a day. Makes me tired and a little jittery.

Diltiezem 180mg / once a day. Tiredness.

Protonix for Gerd

Asprin 81mg / once a day
flecainide (tambocor),warfarin (coumadin)amiodorone (200 mg per day) and one aspirin. Low energy, trouble sleeping, swollen ( retaining water), and,um flatulance and smelly urine. Ok, its a bit graphic, but its the truth.amiodarone, cardizem, coumadin Current nor previous drugs
have controlled A-Fib
Intense fatigue, depression, inability to concentrate, blurred vision, shakiness, (I KNOW BETTER THAN TO ATTEMPT TO DRIVE A CAR) leaving me "Home Alone".flecainidefleccanaide
diltiazem
mebeverine (anti-spasmodic for digestion)
Asprin (75mg)once a day
Flecainide Acetate (50mg) twice daily (morning and evening)

Side effects initially were slight light headedness, slight sensitivity to bright sunlight and generally feeling a bit 'spaced out!' Now I am not sure what is side effect and what is 'life!'

I do suspect that there has been a small increase in the number amd frequency of 'ectopic' beats since starting taking Flecainide.
Tambocor 100mg twice daily
No side effects but just been found I have a fatty liver, maybe caused by this drug??

Aspirin 325 mg daily
Rare nose bleeds
Tambacor - Hot Flushes150 mg Flecainide,75 mg Toprol,20 mg Nexium..Mostly lethargy and dizzyness* tambacor / flecainide 50mg 2x per day (no apparent side-effects);
* warfarin 10mg 1x per day (side-effects: some swelling in lower extremities, particularly if remain sitting without leg motion for long periods; some excess water retention over all);
* norvasc 5mg 1x/day (no side-effects apparent)
Tambocor 150mg 1tab at 1:00pm & 1½ at 1:00am
HCTZ 25mg 1 a day
Mavik 4mg 1 a day
Norvasc 10mg 1 a day QUIT TAKING 3/27/03
Synthroid 0.1mg 1 a day (Changed from 0.75m 1 a day
NIASPAN 500mg 2 at 1:00pm & 2 at 1:00am g on 2/10/2003)
Allegra 60mg 1 twice a day
Coumadin 5mg 1 a day (Changed From 4mg on 2/10/2003)
Labetalol 100mg 1 twice a day(started on 02/12/2003) QUIT TAKING
mineral supplementnildysopyramide quit toprol (beta blocker)
aspirin

do not like any of the drugs, as they make me feel foggy in my thinking, depressed, fatigued.
Aspirin.
My thyroid levels are a bit low and have been taking a thyroid replacement (synthroid). This may have been due to the Amiodarone, or it might be directly related to the afib. Time will tell.
coumadin, toporol xl, tambacor/ slow heart rate, lack my usual energy, can't tolerate stress like I used toFor the past 5 years I am taking Verapamil (2x80 mg) and Sotacor (also 2x80 mg). What this does is to control Flutter (fast but regular heart beat) but does very little (not to say nothing) for Afib. The major side effect is the fact that my energy level is really low so I constantly feel tired. No other side effects.I am generally quite low on energy and cannot function enough to work. I am not as sharp as I used to be. I do have very active dreams and sometimes nightmares ever since I have been on medication, which has been changed several times. I have also gained a bit of weight but that may also be due to the lack of activity.Tambocor "only on demand" 50 mg. if af during the day, 100 mg. if it wakes me up at night (or early am. which is most of the time)
Dose make me a bit slugish for half a day or so.
metoprolol
moricizine
CurrentMedsdoefetilideTambocor - as needed during an episode. Not tried yet.Tambocor - none
Atenolol - none
Tambocor and Warfarin: If I forget to take Tambocor, which I take mostly in 25 mg. doses (for a total of 75 to 150 mgs. per day), then it can trigger AF, especially if combined with one of my other triggers. Norpace 150mg 2xday - no side effects; inderal when exercisingFlecainide, the dose has gradually been increasing, and I am now concerned reading many comments that
the effect wears off over time. I started on 100mg per day, I am currently on 200mg which seems to be working.
The only possible side effect I have noticed are some headaches, but nothing major.
Sotolol 80 mg BID. (Too early to tell for side effects.)lanoxin .125
zestril 40mg/day
tambacor 300mg/day
lasix 20-40mg/day
coumadin 7.5 mg/day
cadura 1mg/day
kdur 80 meq/day
aspirin 81/day
xanax .5/day
Flecanide, emcor, warfarinSotalol 160 mg 2x/day - very slow heartbeat (45-55 beats per minute) causing very strong heart contractions; tiredness; but when in a-fib, erratic heart rate max is 130 bpmTikosyn
Tiazac
Cumadin
Lasix
Lotensin
No side effects from any meds
Tambacor; tiredness, vision and percepyion problems, IQ reduction while on med. sleep problems

cradizem; nausea, tiredness
Flecainide 150 mg daily. I suspect that the drug is causing reduced libido, drowsiness, and reduced general "drive". Energy level seems within the range of "low normal"for me. Some weight gain with this drug but much less so than with Cardizem. With a very strict low fat, no sugar, no dairy, no alcohol, heavy food-suppliment vitamin-rich diet I am able to maintain proper weight.

Thyroid Armour-120 mg/day

CoQ10, Magnesium Asporotate, Fish Oil, Acetyl Cystine, Acetyl Carnitine, Lipoic acid, Mega Antioxidants and high potency vitamins.
Tambocor l00mg AM and 50mg PM
Coumadin 7.5mg MWF and 5mg TTSS
Aspirin 81mg
Colace l prn (when I need it)
Toprol Xl 50mgs/day side effects laziness, fatigue
Flecanide(Tambocor)200mgs/day side effects: largely unknown as I have been on this med for only 2 weeks---but--it seems to make my afib more bearable(I can continue working during an afib episode which I could not before beginning this med) I think it lengthens the episode some though. I had a very bad experience when I increased to 300mgs per day for one day. I was awakened with bad afib in the middle of my sleep, which has never happened before. Am going down to 150mg to see if that feels better.
Ativan 1mg as needed for anxiety. I tend to let the afib scare me and it feeds on my fear and gets worse. Ativan has helped me in this regard.
None.Warforin only at the moment until my cardiologist comes up with something else.Tambocor - No side effects at present. In the first few days I was slightly dizzy by these symptoms dissapeared in the first month or two.

Update. Use of Tambocor was not responsible for my Tinitus as I have now been using this for 6 months with no noticable increase in the ear problem. Under medical suggestion, I've stopped using the 75mg daily medication of Asprin.

Update - May 2007. In June 2006 I had a PV ablation at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital. After a month I had some atrial tachycardia and was prescribe diltaziam which I took for a week or so which slowed the heart rate to normal. I stopped the flecainide in August 2006 and had a 7 day Holter monitor in Dec 2006 which showed I was clear of any AF but I did have some occasional ectopic and missed beats. In March Dr Sopher stopped wararin and suggested I start 75mg daily aspirin. Since July 2006 have had no AF.
Tambocar Just started medication. Fewer side effects than Sotalol.Just started on Norpace after a three day stay in the hospital for observation while the drug was started. I am told I will still get the ectopic beats but hopefully they will not progress into AF.Flecainide pills 300 / day , 1 pill every 8 hrs.
No side effects , with regular phisycal activity .
200 mg Sectral (Acebutalol) twice daily. Have taken Sectral since 1998. For an 18 month period I weaned back to one per day, but since discontinuation of Flecainide (see below) have gone back to two per day.

1 81 mg. aspring daily.
Tambacor 100mg AM and PM, Maxide 1/2 tab, Atenalol100mg daily, ASA.81mg
I have no noticeable problems with these medications except the ASA makes me have bruising and large
purple spots form trauma. I now take it every other day instead of daily and have less problem.
I sometimes forget my second dose of Tambacor at bedtime, but have not yet had a problem even then!
flecainide, tendency to cross-eyed early on, adjusted with no side effects now.Amiodarine no side effects as yet only five weeks into programme.150mg 2X/Day Tambocor /noneCurrentMeds2 50mg tambocor disopyramide
Toprol (very low dose)
coumadin
None.

I came off all my previous meds (digoxin then arythmol, sotalol, flecainide and atenolol) xmas 2001 and 'medicated' with diet (antioxidents and trace minerals etc). 6 months later I have almost eliminated AF. I feel much better without drugs, and am convinced they made the AF worse.
1. Eltroxin thyroid replacement hormone.100 mcgs daily. Its side-affects include. Cardiac arrhythymias, anginal pain, tachycardia.Interacts with anti-coagualants.
2.Tambocar(flecainide) 150 mgms twice daily. its side effects are many including visual disturbances.
3.Atenalol. 25mgms daily. Side effects include bradycardia, cold extremeties, sleep disturbance, tiredness, low blood pressure and gastric upset +++++++++more.
dofetilide - feeling much better as far as side effects go. Current doseing 375mg bid. Doesn't control the afib yet but it has reduced the number of episodes and to some extent their duration. Unusual occurance - marked dizzyness 2 hours lasting about 1.5 hours before AM dose of dofetilide. asprin (325mg/day)
zochor (10mg/day) for cholesterol though it's only 140
Tambocor - seems to make me more aware of my heart beat. Dry mouth. Maybe more anxious, not much appetite.fleccainde, often doesnn't work can take more if needed up to 300mg per day. and cause vision problems and constipation.

warfarin.
81 mg Aspirin daily - None
Have used Flecainide Bolus for the most recent episode

I also take 100 mg Co-Q10, 400 iu of Vitamin E, and 400 mg Magnesium
Rythmol & Atenolol
No side effects at this time
Cardizen and Tambacor
Just started on medication so side effects not known
None.
1000mgs fish oil for blood thinning properties
dofetilide (tikosyn)500 twice/day
lanoxin
coumadin

no side effects that I can tell
200mg/day Tambocor 50mg/day LopressorAmiodarone (CORDARONE), Persantin, TenorminAtenolol beta blocker once a day w/some fatigue
Altace for blood pressure once a day no side effects
Coumadin for coagulation control once a day no side effects

See aboveFlecanide, no side effects: Betapace, 480mg /day - no known side effects
Coumadin, 5mg /day - no konwn side effects
2X 50MG FLECAINIDE PER DAY.
1X NEBIVOLOL PER DAY.
jANUARY 2003 BEGAN THYROID TREATMENT FOR HYPOTHYROIDISM.
NOW ON 2X 1/2 GRAIN ARMOUR THYROID TABLETS PER DAY. NO REAL SIDE AFFECTS, MAYBE A TREMBLY FEELING. BUT A HUGE IMPROVEMENT IN ENERGY AND WELL BEING
Tambocor
Loss of Balance, stomach problems, but the stuff works
Twice a day of 100 mg Tambacor. No side effects noticed so far.Dofetilide

side effect anxity bad excema
Atenolol (Tenormin) --> Low blood pressure and slow heart rate.
Flecainide (Tambacor)--> Not sure what to think of this drug because it triggers AF much of the time. (Yes I have read the book "Deadly Medicine." ) I am hoping the benefits outweigh the risks.

I take aspirin for its (possible) blood-thinning properties
CurrentMedsI have tried several different medications. None seemed to work. Went to a specialist in Pittsburgh and he took me of off all meds even aspirin. Said it wasn't helping so why take them. He was correct it didn't have any effect. After a-fib begins, 1 hour after I take 120 mg of fast acting generic cardizan tablet(diltiazim). 60 mg every 4 to 6 hours there after until conversion. If I don't convert in 24 hours I must go to the hospital for observation. I have converted 15 out of the last 18 times in 3 years.noneDiltiazem 240mg x1...(For rate control)
Just started Tambocor 100mg x2.
No side effects so far.

Now on 150mg x2. and 240 Diltiazem.
No major side effects.

Helped to moderate severity and length of episodes so far.
Tambocor
Cardizem
Aspirin
Coumadin
none. Flecainide (Tambocor). Side effect - blurred peripheral vision starting 1 hour after taking and lasting for 2 or more hourswarfarin - none
lisinopril - none
amiodarone - none
Dofetilide (Tikosyn) and Toprol XL: no certainty of side effects, though perhaps from the Toprol waves of
faintness/nausea and tendency to depression.
Coumadin: increased vulnerability to skin bruises.
Been on rythmol 3 weeks, went 18 days with no A-Fib, have had lots of "spasm" like skipped beats last few days, one 5 hour AF episode and one 22 hour episode next day. Also taking a 325mg aspirin a day and COQ10. The rythmol has slowed my resting pulse to 48-52, and limits my exercise pulse rate to about 110. Other than having to scale back the exertion rate, there's no problems. amiodarone, I ahve been on it for 11 weeks, no side effects yet. Still in a-fib
Coumaden
Have ceased all medication for AF and other problems for five months. Now taking only warfarin which is considered a sensible precaution to prevent clotting and risk of stroke.

The majority of my side effects have either disappeared or diminished to an acceptable level.
coumadintambocor,cardizem,coumadin side effects are some fatigueFlecainide, no adverse affectstambacor 300mg
metaprolol 150mg
lipator 50 mg
adult aspirin
low energy , sleepy at times
tambocor 300 mg. tenormin 100 mg, albylE 75 mg
pacemaker metronic Kappa DR701DDR
Daily dosage:
100 gms. amioderone
5.5 gms. coumadin
Procanbid (extended release) 3000 daily
Lopressor 75 daily
Coumaden 2.5 daily

So far I have had no side effects.
Flecainide (Tambocor) 100 mg/day - No side effects
Magnesium (600 - 700 mg element/day)
Sotalol, 80mg 3x/day prescribed, but I take 2x/day to save moneyTambocor - noneHave been on amiodarone since 1996. After loading, I was a 200 mg/day and reduced over next year to 300mg/wk.
No attacks in 1 1/2 years. Started attacks again in 1998. Attacks 1998 - 14, 1999 - 22, 2000 - 22. Increased
dosage to 100mg/day and was at this in 1998, 1999 and 2000. Recently increased dosage to 150 mg/day. Side
effects - slight thyroid reduction, dry eye (may be unrelated), slow heartbeat and reduced exercise tolerance, in-
creased cholesterol level went from 149 to 204. Retired in late 1998, but reduction in stress did not reduce
episodes. Have slight asthmatic condition that may be related to amiodarone but no lung problems yet. Tracking
it. Was converted to NSR twice in 1996 with ibutilide after 72 hour bouts prior to starting amiodarone. Now convert
on own. To convert, have night's sleep and if not converted by A.M., do heavy exercise while in A.F. (mow lawn,
etc.) Then lay down. Usually convert while laying down.
Take following currently - daily -- 1 protegra ( antioxidant combo), 1 400 mg vitamin E, 1 multi-vitamin, 150 mg
amiodarone, 83 mg aspirin. In past have taken 250mg magnesium, 12 1/2 mg levoxyl daily but neither seemed to help reduce
reduce episodes.

Flecainide (Tambocor); Lansaprazole; 81mg Asprin.
Occasional constipation
Dofetilide 2 x 500 ug / day. Just starting on 3 x 500 ug / day under medical supervision to see if this helps - I have soem headroom available on my QTc interval.

Side effects: dry mouth at night. I also feel it makes the ectopics bigger and thumpier.

Aspirin enteric coated 300 mg/day
Tambacor 150 mg daily, atenolol 25 mg daily, aspirin 325 mg daily,potent multi vitamin daily, drink plenty of liquids. No noticeable side effects.CurrentMedsFLECAINIDE 100 mg taken twice daily.(side effects have been increase in ectopic beats, tiredness and mild eyesight deterioration)
TEMAZEPAM 10 mg taken at night to aid sleep.
I occasionally take Diazepam 5 mg if AF gets really severe -it can calm everything down a bit and at least helps to avoid panic adding to the problem.
ASPIRIN (soluble) 150 mg taken daily
Aspirin 325 mg (none)Coumidin - no side effects
Digoxin - no side effects
Warfarin 7.5 mg
Lisinopril 5 mg
no serious side effects
Dofetilide (Tikosyn) 500 mcg a day and Toprol-XL 25 mg a day. Coumadin 5 mg and 7.5 mg on alternate days. No side effects .Atenolol 100mg qd am;
Digoxin 0.125mg qd am;
Coumadin 2.5mg 5 days per week, 5mg 2 days per week qd pm.
Nexium, 20 mg qd am. This medication is usually prescribed for GERD/reflux, for which I have no symptome. It helps me with a mild swallowing problem.
Lipitor 10 mg qd pm
No side effects from any of these meds.

Supplements: Multivitamin (Twinlab daily onecap wo. iron); E 800; Garlic 600mg bid; C 500; Cosamin DS qd.
Was on Sotalol,regarded as safe because was still feeding my new born baby at first diagnosis.Worked ok but heart often very slow,hairloss,cold hands and feet and pins and needles.Next flecainide,less side-effects,a bit nauseous on and off,still hairloss.Also prescibed atenalol with the flecainide as heart racing for long periods after exertion but felt very faint on several occasions so stopped it.Now trying no drugs just 75mgs aspirin but would like to find an alternative to thisI started 2 days ago on Amiodarone (200mg/2X'sday). After one month I return to Cardiologist and he plans on cutting dosage to 100mg/2X's day. However, I have heard of the side effects and danger of long term usage and am scared to death. I did have a baseline bloodtest and chest Xday performed. Tambocor 125 MG daily...Toprol XL 50 mg....aspirin
Side Effects: More tired at end of the day.
tambocor, cardicor and aspirin for af. salbutamol foe asthma. allopurinol for gout.




tiredness, maybe weakening eyesight(maybe just age)
Coumadin,atenolol,mavik,temporarily off synthroidFlecainide acetate 100mg twice daily
60mg Cardizem at onset of AF
Toprol XL 25mg
Protonix for GERD
aspirin 1 a day
Flovent
Estrace
Singulair, Flovent for allergies/asthma
Ativan for anxiety
Lipitor 20mg
multivitamin and mineral. calcium, and magnesium supplements. CoQ10, l-carnitine, taurine, fish oil or flaxseed oil.

cactus grandiflorus and broome as needed to prevent attacks.

tambocor and verapamil if I get an attack (usually convert in 2 hours or so with tambocor)
Procainamide (4000 mg./day)
Nadalol (100 mg./day)
Calan (120 mg./day)
Accupril (5 mg./day)
One aspirin
One multi-vitamin

No obvious side affects on any of the above
Dofetilide (Tikosyn), Antenolol, Coumadin

Side effects: None. What I thought might have been a side effect was finally diagnosed at compressure fractures of the back.
Tambocor - 150 mg twice a day
Lopressor (beta blocker) - 25 mg once a day

Slight visual disturbances, lightheadedness due to low blood pressure
none


PastMedsNoneRythmol - was replaced by MultaqQunidine made me sick
Flecinide didn't work
Avapro. ... No known side effects
Atenolol chloral. .... No known side effects
Tambocor - No effect
Atenolol - No Effect
Quinaglute - Produced muscle weakness and I came off of it.
Digoxin - No Effect
Verapamil - No Effect
Different beta blockers (tiredness, bad dreams)
Slow-release flecainide (lethargy)
beta blockers - kinds, both caused severe breathlessness,

flecanide caused visual disturbance
Sotolol - increased AF
Cardizam and lower doses of the flecainide and metoprololflecainide, pacerone made me very ill, with vomiting, nausea, and low blood pressuremetoprolol, flecaninde, asprin, warfarin, Atenelol.
Propafanone.
Flecainide.
All pretty ineffective - continued episodes in spite of taking the damn drugs for 15 years.

Amiodarone.
After my first ablation procedure I was given Amiodarone for a very short time. I had what doctors have called an allergic reaction, which threw my thyroid way out of whack. I know from my own experience and my mom's toxic reaction to it late in her life that it is a dangerous and excessively aggressive drug. Avoid it at all costs.
Atenolol, metoprolol made it worse. Cardiologist believes the Flecainide will keep me out of AF. We will see.Dilitazem. Always tired & didn't reduce attacks
Simvastatin. Cardiac specialist thought this was contributing to AF attacks
2005: atenolol initially, followed by 4 1/2 years on sotalol. I believed sotalol caused the symptoms since I felt better off it when I twice accidentally lost my tablets for nearly a week.Claritin-D enduced a-fib. Others cause fluttersWarfarinSotalol
Flecainide
Enderal
I do not tolerate these very well and have had many side effects. Plus they do not control may AF.
NoneAtenolol. Slight depression2012- tried Tikosyn after ablation but I couldn't tolerate it.
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2009-2010 Acupuncture- smooths the problem, hasn't cured it. I feel much better afterwords but just for a day.
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2007- Coumadin, 2.5 mg daily- slight dizziness & feeling cold/ freezing all the time. Bleeding of course. One episode of urinating blood for 4 days! No reason found. Very scary.

Multaq (Dronedarone)- At first (2 weeks) I felt tons better, still irregular beat but smoother. Side effects- occasional diarrhea (nothing else). Co-pay is pricey.
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2002- Flecainide (Tambocor)- at times I couldn't ride a bike. My lungs would freeze up and I'd have to stop and rest a while, start-off real slowly to get home. Didn't fix the A-FIB either.
Toprol
Rythmol
Sotalol
Multaq
PastMedsBisoprolol 2.5mg - fatigueflecainide by IV was used to revert first episode of AF, post event orally prescribed at 100 mg /day. Discontinued after 1 weekDialziatem 120m was changed to 25 mg Toprol. Notice a slight decrease in heart rate 53 BPM resting.Verapamil - extreme weariness and sluggishness, poor brain function and response

Sotalol - no side effects, and no effect on AF

Metoprolol - no effect on AF
None knownSotalol - extreme fatigue and severe exercise intolerance
Flecainide - pro arrythmic
see aboveTambacor 25mg x 2 day stopped taking this as they didnt prevent my AF no side effects on this low dose amniodaronei have tried several beta blockers and things which always seem to make me worse ive tried
digoxin
atenolol
bisoprolol
metoprolol
and some others that i cant remember!
about 7 different drugs tried, some worked for a short period of timeSimilar with Flacainide but not as bad as SotalolI was initially started on sotalol. It worked for a while and eventually I was having episodes every few days.
I was then changed to digoxin and it worked for a few months before it no longer stopped my episodes.
I was given propafenone and it worked for me for a couple of years. I was then changed to cardizem. It made my ankles swell and made me constipated. It did nothing for my fibrillation.I had to be admitted to Er twice and later to the CCU for cardoversion. On one of my admissions I was given IV amiodarone. I had an anaphalactic reaction and almost died.
So flecanide was the medication that had the best results for me.
MetropylolFlecainide (tablets), not absorbed into bloodstream enough so switched to liquid.digoxin, verapamil, tambocorPropafanone - severe breathing difficulties - ended up back in hospital
Amiodarone - sensitive to sun and vision problems
Digoxin
Sotolol - severe breathing problems
Dipridamole - flushing
Aspirin - stomach problems
heparin
verapamil
valsartan
Many more but I forget the names
Aspirin
Bisoprolol
Atenolol
Verapamil - swollen ankles
Flecainide
Digoxin
Propafenone
Diltiazem (Tildem Retard) - swollen ankles
GTN spray
Flecainide
Increased number of episodes, bad fatigue, poor sleep due to ectopics at night.

Propranolol
Beta Blocker. Extreme fatigue and no will to do anything physical. Also no sexual performance. Isoptin next for almost 8 months. Did nothing to prevent ectopic beats however may have stopped AF from occurring. Beta Blockers previous taken - most of them seemed to make me tired.amiodrone (caused hyperthyroid went off it but it worked) solatol (slowed my heart rate so slow that I could not walk up a flight of stairs without feeling like i was going to faint)PastMedsrhythmol sr 325 mg - failed this oneRythmol, flecanide,sotalol,digoxin-many and variedflecainide 100 mg per day..cardizem 100 mg per day
asprin 1 a day
I have been on most medications for Af, one of which gave me a big problem with tyroid function, last year it was too high, this year it is too low.( Amioderone, flecanide)
sorry but been on so many cannot remeber them all!
Quinidine SulfateRythumol, didn't stop afib, and I believe made it worse, had 3 different episodes in 1 day, every other day 2 hrs to 18 hrs. Flecinide was no better.verapamil - for 1 day = awful made situation much worseToo long to list. Digoxin (reduction in severity of symptoms, but ineffective in preventing episodes)Flecainide..Didnt really have any effect taken off .
after heart attack.
Sotalol... No benefit taken off
Bendrafluozide..Taken off on introduction of Amlodopine.
Atenolol: anxiety, tightness in chest, malaise.

Digoxin: anxiety, shortness of breath, tightness in chest, malaise.

Flecainide - sleep disturbanceAtenol, made palpitations worse-depression, fatigue, Lopressor made palpitations worse-depression, fatigue & A-fib broke through, Sectrol made palpitations worse, Verapamil made palpitations worse, Flecainide made palpitations worse,Cardizem, A-fib broke through.Cardiologist laughed at me about the meds making the palps worse. Wouldn't belive it, wanted to increase dose until Holter proved it. Changed cardiologist!Lipitor - made me extremely unwell. I stopped taking it about a year ago. My doctor's not very happy with me.digoxin 25mg 1X/day; and 89mgs aspirin 1X/day.
no side effects
variousStarted with Flecainide 50s then 100s with some AF still indicated on monitors and then went to 150s and symptoms went away. Rythmol- AWFUL! Makes your mouth taste like metal, my skin felt strange all the time, and the lack of a sex drive.HATED THIS DRUG!Warfarin,
Digoxin, Soltalol,
Current
Flecainide acetate
Bisoporol

All usual efffects
NoneFlecainide worked well for about two years but then stopped being effective.
Sotalol did nothing good or bad.
Beta blockers had no effect except to slow me down but didn`t prevent AF.
Bisoprol - made my ME worseAmioderone - horrible drug. Took it for about 2 weeks only.
Atenolol
Tambocor, Digoxin (nasty stuff!) Beta Blockers, not effectivePastMedsskin problems, constipation, nightmares, irritability, anxiety, bad taste in mouthFlecainide, propafenone and sotalol.First two increased frequency of A/F episodes and sotalol, whilst making episodes less frequent took my heart rate down to less than 50bpm.Flecanaide every day at first, then changed to sotalol.Bisoprolol/tiredness
Lisinopril.?,
Warfarin/lethargy
Hawthorne and Taurine when I first started AF. They seemed to help a lot but Istopped taking them when I tried a supplement regime as described by Patrick Holford to lower Homocystine levels. I have successfully lowered levels to acceptable level for my age but still want to lower it further. I am still taking these supplements as shown above.

Sotalol when I was first diagnosed...Terrible, total loss of energy and fuzzy mind
Dijoxin very brief as I had a visual and balance reaction.
I tried all sorts of anti arrhytmica. In the end none of them stopped AF from reoccuring. With verapamil ( calcium antagonist)I had thick legs and feet during high temperatures.flecainide no side effect noticedDigoxin - frequent PVC's
Atenolol (25mg) and Tambocor 100 mg x 2
frequent PVC's and syncope when converting to NSR
1. flecainide (150mg/d) with propranolol (30mg/d) was very
effective to prevent episode for 4 years long
2. flecainde (150mg/d), bepridil (100mg/d) and propranolol
(15mg/d) was not effective
3. pilsicainide (150mg/d) with bisoprolol (2.5mg/d) was not
effective






noneFlecainide 100mg- blurred vision, dizzyness, no energy

sotalol - well tolerated but over time became pro arrythmic
flecanide - made me feel generally ill, converted me to SR but was pro arrythmic if taken regularly
disopyramide - dry eyes, dry mouth and thirst
verapamil - made me feel generally ill
cardizem - made me feel generally ill
digoxin - made me feel generally ill
Flecainide/ no problems with it.I have taken almost everything. They either had bad side effects, didn't work, or eventually stopped working.

Was on amiodorone (the medication from hell) for 30 days. Didn't work and I gained over 30 lbs in that month.
Had severe side effects on sotolol.

Felcinide and ibutilide were the best until they each stopped working.
Amiodarone
Warfarin
Sotalol

warfarin was scary i was glad to come off it. my dr would like me to go on it again instead of asprin but i refused i would be more worried about the warfarin than the possibility of a stroke, and that is a constant problem with af. you have to go with your own feelings and live the best you can.
Atenolol - made my hair fall outCalan
Quinaglute
Rythmol - constipation
Digoxin
Inderal - terrible nightmares
Sotalol - devastaing! turned me into a complete gibbering wreck. No energy, couldn't sleep, depressed to the point of feeling suicidal, and didn't stop the AF either. Slowed heart rate down to less than 40 on some days.all except Amiodaronas above,also had amiodaroneFlecainide (?) Inneffective
Atenolol - in combination with Arythmol - increased dizzines - general malaise especially mid/late morning.
Sotalol - initially effective - eventually less so.


Also taking a daily statin - history of heart disease on fathers side of the family.
sotolol - not on it long enough to knowPastMedsAspirin, had to discontinue due to stomach problems.toporol-heart rate to low made me to tiredallergy to sulfa drugsVerapamil(tight chesty crushing feeling with instant curing effect), felecainide(don't go there), Sotalol(side effects get you in the end). Aspirin(profilactic).Corgard
Quinidine Sulfate
Sotalol (poor control and fatigue)
See checklist - most side effects are related to blanket nervous system depression including difficulty swallowing, poor coordination, unreliable sense of body and extremity position, constipation, mental fuzziness, difficulty making mental connections between obvious topics, mental and emotional passivityAtenolol for 1 week after first episode - didn't seem to do anything.

Have had full range of tests [Echo, bloods, ECG, Scans 24-hour monitor etc] 3 times since 2003 and all have concluded no underlying cause.
Sotolol 120mg: very low resting pulse (44), some lethargy, persistent low-grade headache, felt inhibited from exercising, but felt better if I did.

Atenolol 50mg: low resting pulse: mid-50's

Neither beta-blocker held me in NSR longer than 7 weeks.

Tambocor - did not work as 'stand alone'
But helps every time I get an episode together with other current medication
Cordarone - caused hyperthyriody - lasted 8 months - cured now
Will come back and fill this part inNoneI was on flecanide (Tambocor) for 12 years prior. I did not notice any side effects.Amioderone - Dead man walking, could not tolerate it, asleep at the breakfast table, until bedtime. Going to sleep mid conversation etc became slate grey. When given with metroprolol, violently sick, blood pressure dropped through the floor, nurses tilting the bed to maintain blood flow to head.
Fleccainide
sotalol and digoxin. Had not effect on afib...but had the same symtoms as above, lethargic, sleepyBeta Blocker- Toprol XL - 50mg / day.
Caused more Afib then it prevented - low low BP, really low HR. Episodes were not noticably more controlled then w/o any med,.

Did not like the lack of energy and breathless response. Also - some feeling of "weezing" on deep breaths.
Atenelol - feeling very tired and ineffective, dizzy when standing up or bending down, cold handa and feet. I didn't like taking it
Amiodorone - would not take it again started it when in hospital - when I found out about the side effects told the doctor that I did not want to take it
sotolol - slowed heart rate - passed out
Atenolol - just made me dizzy when I got up, didn't like it
Sotalol - Too strong, doctor said it lowered my BP too much, made me very chilled (quite nice stuff actually!) but also zonked me out too much. Think it was probably quite effective as an anti-aryythmic but just too strong for me.
Propafenone (300 mgs daily) (Muscle shakes, passing out)
Verapamil (Tiredness)
Cartia (tiredness, vertigo) (Didn't really cause many side affects, but didn't control afib/flutter)
sotalol,headaches dizziness, nausea.
Flickinide headaches, dizzines, nausea.
cardizim- pounding heart and chest pains.

Digoxin Headaches dizziness and Nausea.

Betaloc. Headaches dizziness and Nausea.

warfarin Headaches dizziness and Nausea.
Most of these medcations made Graham very lathargic also.




nilDigitek led to headaches and nauseaatenolol 100mg daily changed to sotalol 10.8.05
usual side effects. lethargy, ankle oedema, changes in eyesight blurred vision.
Atenolol. Made me feel very ill, slowed my heart down too much.PastMedsDigoxin - no real effect on AF
Flecainide (makes me very tired)- initially no real effect on AF but re-started in Nov 2004 after week spent in hospital due to AF.
After 1st Ablation - Atenelol (tiredness)and Amiodarone (stopped after 3 months). At the time I was also being treated for depression which I am sure was made worse by the meds and in particular the Amiodarone.
Nadalol, 20 mg. --extreme dizzinessBeta blockers feel "exhausted," weight gain, and shortness of breath. Flecanide-intermittent chest pressure, tip of tongue feels burnt.None.LanoxinSotalol. Worked well for me but my cardiologist did not like it in the doses I was taking so he changed it.
Qunnidine - Gave me the runs.
Corgard - Lowered my bp and heart rate too low.
On original presentation I was prescribed Atenalol which caused more problems than I had otherwise so after a few weeks I came off them and have had no other antiarrythmics since. I take 10mg Simvastatin daily to control cholesterol.

Recently tried a total ban on alcohol for three months which made no difference.
Flecainide - Worked for awhile (6 months), and then didn't
Coumadin

Amiodorone 200mg (was increased to 400mg this February prior to requesting to be taken off). Wasa no longer working although I personally did not experience the horrible side effects described by others.
Some of the medications checked below were only taken briefly and except for the above have long been discontinued
veralin, verapamil, propafenone, amiodorone, tambacor, cardizemSOTALOL VERY LITTLE EFFECT
FLECAINADE SOME HELP CUT DOWN EPISODES BUT TAKEN OFF AFTER HEART ATTACK TWO YEARS AGO.
Sotalol 80mg twice daily for 8 years. Cold hands and feet. Slow heart rate.
Amiodorone for 4 months 200 mg twice daily. Wouldn't touch it with a barge pole again but I didn't know any different when I was prescribed it. Side affects included shaking and rather unpleasant dreams.
quinidine: did not control AF
metoprolol: did not control AF, also tired continuously
verapamil: did not control AF
flecainide: made AF symptoms worse
toprol and verapmil - spikes in blood pressure and pulse rate. More dizziness and fatigue. Not keeping me in NSR. More trips to ER. More constipation.Amiodarone: Just stopped working.Amiodorone (200 mg) and Warfarin (3 mg). Amiodorone was an awful drug for the first 6 months - made me feel so ill, shakey, sick and lost a lot of weight. However, after that period it was wonderful for 4 years - I was able to carry on normally with everything, apart from swimming that is. Apparently you can not swin if you have AF and cold water is a BIG "no-no", I was told it could kill you (that info was from a consultant). Oh yes, I was given Flecainide but it made me extemely ill after 3 days and on leaving it off I ended up in AF!I was on atenolol and before that toprol which made be feel tired allot of the time.Everything from old style drugs to experimental thru phizer nothing seemed to work made condition worse Digoxin in early years
Didn't work.
Bisprolol - limited effect no side effects
Flecainide - some reduction, no side effects
Propafenone - no effect
Flecanaide. Dizziness, hallucinations, confusion.amioderone this had no effect on conditionPastMedsatenolol alone
as above
Prior to ablation was taking 200 mg atenolol
Side effects: bruising, fatigue, insomnia, blurred vision
NoneBetapace 120mg twice a day - Hated it. Caused sexual side effects. Made me constantly tired.

Lopressor / Digoxin - this was the first combo I was on and I felt awful until I stopped the Digoxin. Had breakthrough episodes and was hospitalized and put on Betapace.
flecainide and amiodorone ( the latter for conversion only)Tambocor - Gave me Ventricular Fib after 1.5 years
Digoxin - out of breath all the time
attenolol - same as dogoxin
Most of them made me feel like I'd have to DIE to feel better. The ones that didn't cause that reaction were totally ineffective.noneNone. I had several episodes of 'lone' AF before I took myself to Accident and Emergency and was given 'IT'S' name. As a fit athletic person I just thought my heart was having a bit of a sulk!Sotalol twice daily
Was ineffective.
Light head.

Digoxin
No side effects noticed.
New cardio found the drug useless.
Sotolol - extreme tirednessdiltiazem (cardizem) -- which seemed to work okay re AF -- but acted like 'governor' on a car when doing exercise; felt as if my heart rate had a cap on it & just couldn't go faster (during exercise -- I exercise regularly); can't recall the dosage

also used digoxin (lanoxin) for a while prior to the diltiazem; can't remember why this was discontinued or the degree of its effectiveness (or lack thereof); can't recall the dosage; used aspirin along with this
sotalol gave me really bad asthma 2years ago cant throw itrhythmol and labetalol not good for vagals and felt awful
flecainide for a year and it worked well, but lost its effects.
I've tried several including Atenolol, Protonolol, Sodolol, Actenolol, Tambocor, and Amiodarone. Because of the potential side effects of Amiodarone, I dropped it. Of all these, Sodolol was the only one that seemed to have a slight impact on reducing the frequency of events. Aspirin, digoxinIn the past 8 years I tried Rhytmol, Digoxin, Tambocor, Amiodorene, traditional Chinese medicine (this actualy triggered Afib), some Naturopath supplements (also, some of the supplements actualy triggered Afib) - all in all, medications I tried so far either don't do anything for Afib or even worse - they trigger it. Same as aboveLanoxin and a beter blocker for two weeks only.
Amiodarone via an IV on the first laf/ER visit, took eight hrs. to NSR.
amiodarone/lung toxicity
sotalol
propafenone
PastMedslopressor
beta-blockers and calcium blocker led to resolution ot early events
atenolol...weak effect
flecanide...two hours of sleep a night and extream weakness
amioderone....did not totally cover a-fibs and posed too much long term toxicity
Digoxin on first incident.
Sotolol on second incident.
Sotolol: tired, slow heart beat (45 bpm at rest, 60 bpm at exercise)
noneAmiodarone:episodes of atril flutter
Atenolol: made AF more frequent
Calcium Blocker: regular use as a single medication did not stop AF, even though I take a dose now to reduce my heart rate during an episode.
Digoxin: sent me to ER with a heart rate close to 300bpm
Tambocor: Present medication-not perfect, but it combined with a calcium blocker during AF keeps me out of ER.
Warfarin: The side effect is mostly the misery of trying to balance my diet to avoid the inconvience of driving out to get my blood tested.
digoxin, tenormin, Tambacor no side effectsI had an intrvenous flecainide injection followed by wharfarin when I had my first serious attack (I was cycling
'energetically' and got very dizzy).
Second major event I was cardio-verted, that worked for a few weeks but I was quite badly burnt by the paddles!
Coumadin
Plavix, lots of bruising
Atenolol - Did not control rate very well. (150bpm instead of 170+)
Diltiazem - Did not control rate unless I was absoutely still. If I moved, rate shot up into 170+. Also, made me feel as if I was foggy.
Flecainide - Could not sleep, eyes did not focus right.
Verapermil - Worked pretty well most of the time, still had breakthroughs at least once/wk of 140+ for +/- 4 hours.
Digoxin - I used with Verapermil.
rythmol...didn't help
cardioconversion...lasted l week
rythmolTambacor 50 mg 2x/day with Atenolol 50 mg 2x/day - experienced a-fib every 2-3 days lasting 8 - 44 hours with erratic heart rate from 60 to 170 bpm

Tambacor 100 mg 2x/day - same as 50 mg
Tambacor 150 mg 2x/day - same as 50 mg
Sotalol 80 mg 2x/day - no difference
Sotalol 120 mg 2x/day - no difference
Satalol - dizinesstenormin; tirednessPreviously, cardizem (diltiazem) in maximum allowable dosage, produced significant weight gain.Sotalol (betapace) was also used in conjunction with the cardizem for a while. It had a Prozac-like effect upon me.

Amiodarone was attempted at one point but was unsuccessful in correcting my a-fib.Also it was brutal on my veins.

NoneDigoxin side effects-made my condition worse by far. Yuk!
Lopressor- same as toprol above but not extended release like the Toprol.
Inderal- wiped me out completely. Near to unconcious with a pulse of 30 for a day on one dose.
Calcium Channel blocker(can't remember the name) did not help at all.






Was prescribed low dose rates of flecainide which had no effect.Stonger dose made me feel ill such that I was off work for two weeks.
My GP tried beta blockers which I threw in the bin after one day!My blood pressure is "perfect" so beta blockers had a negative effect to say the least.
Have also had digoxin but off that now.
Tambocor for a trail 3 month period which did completely stop any AF episodes. However I believe it did start my Tinitus problems and whilst taking it I did feel somewhat "under the weather". My cardiologist said that I could change to amiodarone but pointed out that I would have to take this 3 times a day and it could have side effects that could be worse than the PAF.

Recently I had an increased number of AF episodes (approx 1 per day) lasting upto 18 hours duration. Having this PAF for a couple of weeks I've reverted to using Tambacor (50mg twice a day) under medical supervision. This has stopped the AF completely and have now been using this drug continuously for about 6 months with little or no side effects.
Sotalol / bad reaction headache, nausia, light headedness, low energy and tiredness.Digoxin: Did well as sole medication for the first year after diagnosis. Atenolol: Doesn't keep me out of AF but does keep the heart rate down when I am in AF. Does affect my aerobic exercising. Flecanide: Bad experience with this. Didn't keep me out of AF and when I converted from AF to sinus rhythm I had long pauses (5 to 10 seconds) which would cause me to almost black out.
Calcium channel blocker: Had Af more frequently as well as bad ectopic beats when not in AF. Carvedilol: Made my asthma worse and severly limited my aerobic exercise.
noneLanoxin (Digoxin) .025 once or twice daily from 1997 to early 2001. Verapamil for about 2 months in 1997 (didn't seem to help).

Did a 6-month trial of Tambacor (flecainide) in 2001. Didn't help, episodes were more frequent, not less, and I felt that I was mildly depressed when taking it.
I have been in the Emergency Room on three occasions due to my arrythemia problems.
The first time was diagnosed as SVT and treated with three (count them three!) IV boluses of Adenosine, converting
on the last one (only with the threat of Electrocardioversion hanging over my head) Adenosine is most unpleasent.
The next two times were dx'ed as AF and I was Digitalized and put on Coumadin for three months each time.
The first of these I was sent home and Fib'ed for five days with heart rates in the 160's. I converted on my own.
The second time I was started on Tambacor and converted with in a few hours of the first dose.
Digoxin is unpleasent and makes my heart pound. Caumadin is a danger because your blood will not clot so
you are at risk for severe bleeding from injuries. I curtailed my life considerably while on this so as not to risk
major injury (no sail boat racing, skiing etc.)
Since then I've had one minor episode that converted within one hour of taking Tambacor 200mg.

Sotalol, no side effect, actually no effect at all.Flecanaide condition worsened with severe attacks.Digoxin/nonePastMedsrythmol - stopped controlling attacks.Toprol/ severe fatigue/ not very effective
Atenolol/ severe fatigue/ not very effective
verapamil/tripled my amount of AF until withdrawn
verapamil+digoxin/ same as verapamil alone
sotalol+digoxin/ minor side effects/ reduced AF for 5 mo. then it lost effectiveness (i.e. big AF increase)
Rythmol(+digoxin??) put me in near full time AF and kept me there for four days until withdrawn.
flecainide+digoxin /minor side effects/worked reasonably well for 7 mo. then lost effectiveness
Digoxin (10 years). Slowed down, more arrythmias, no appetite and no sex drive.

sotalol: (1 year) 'forgetting' to breathe and sleep apnoea, ANXIETY, feeling noise as above, fatigue and major sleep problems, nightmares, low blood pressure - 85/35, more arrythmias. No appetite, no sex drive etc.

Flecainide: (1 week) full body tremor and pulsating light. Less AF but sinus tachycardia.

Atenolol

Tiredness, bad sleep, jittery, can 'feel' sudden noise (electric shock throughout body) spasms in fingers and toes. Also don't know if this is connected but joints have become sore since starting.

Isoptin. Side effects, headache and flushing.
Rythmodan (Disopyramide) Hypoglycaemia.
disopyramide - muddy thinking, unable to find words and verbalize them well, dizzy, blurry vision, neurological weakness and uncoordinated hands/arms, tonal tinnitus in both ears, increased migraines, dryness of eyes (painful), constipation, gut discomfort

flecainide - fatigue, very dizzy, loss of appetite, muddy thinking, unable to find words and verbalize them well, numbness of mouth and lips, migraine headaches, malaize, moderate sleep onset difficulty. After 8 weeks severe acute sharp left side chest pain, PM fevers, burning in lungs with exercize, extreme fatigue and malaise, pleurisy, constant caugh, and fluid bubbling in lungs when prone.

Aspirin - no difficulty

Toprol - bradycardia

Amiodarone - severe sleep problems (not well counteracted by Ambien, no positive effect with lorazepam). These side effects persisted very strongly for 84 days and continued noticibly for 118 days. Warfarin therapy was never in control and dangerously high INR = 10.

Cardizem - didn't control Afib - used before ablation
atenolol (from 25 to 100 mg/day) made arrhythmia worse
digoxin (25 mg/day) made arrhythmia worse
flecanide (50mg/twice a day) vision problems, made
arrhythmia worse
tenormin - couldn't play sports. too tired. completely ineffective for afib.Flecainide- 100 mg 2x daily, Increased BP spikes, loss of focus
I was put on this after my second episode. Stayed on it for 3 months, changed doctors and he agreed to take me off of it, but use it in Bolus dosage for conversion.
Amiodarone: tremors, adverse to cold, stomach, weakness.
pins & needles in fingers & toes.
Rythmol: n/a
flecanide: n/a
procainamide: n/a
verapamil: fatigue
digoxin: n/a
asprinHave taken Flecainide 2 X 100mg worked for about 3 weeks. Had a whole 17 days free from Afib.

Disopyramide didnt do anything at all except for the water retention.Made we feel worse if anything.

No side effects from Flecainide
sotalol
flecainide
norpace
lanoxin
coumadin
Sotalol, Tambacor, Flecinade, RythmodeneTook Lanoxin (a digitalis) in concert with beta blocker for some time with some concern over slow heart rate.

Took Tambocor on an as needed basis for about two years. When directions were to take it daily, I had a very severe reaction requiring emergency hospitilization. Since Tambocor has been cancelled, I am feeling a great deal better. My irregularity episodes are getting further apart and seem to be lasting a shorter time. I only have about six weeks of history without the Flecainide at this time. A fine drug if one can tolerate it, but BEWARE.
see aboveAmiodarone - didn't do anything; Rythmodan - didn't work very wellAtenolol - slight fatique, non-effective.
Flecainide - produced dangerous rythms.
QUINAPRIL AND RAMAPRIL. NO SIDE EFFECTS.
AMIODERONE AFTER 3 MONTHS. IFELT VERY ILL. MANY DAYS IN BED.
BAD PALPITATIONS.THYROID GONE HYPER.
200 MG. SOLTALOL PER DAY. THIS ALSO MADE ME FEEL VERY WEAK
AND UNWELL. IT WAS REDUCED TO 12OMG PER DAY. THIS HELPED.
too many to mention, but have tried manyAtenolol. No effect, side or on the AFib.
Cardizem. Again, no effect, side or on the AFib.
every single medication with the exception of Beta blokersCibenzoline and Sun Rhythm (a drug made by Suntory in Japan that is probably similar to Cibenzoline ?). Both triggered AF.
I also took a whole lot of digoxin when I had WPW.
PastMedstoporol-tired
betapase-light headed

beta blockers - HR of 40 or less per minute, calcium channel blockers, you name it! Verapamil, Digoxin, Cardizem, Flecainide, Rhythmol (terrible "food poisoning" like symptoms after only 3 days on medicine - gone 12 hours after stopping)just to name a few. I get really lethargic and depressive on many of the meds I have been put on, and they don't usually do anything at all for my rhythm. Diltiazem - No Sides Effects
Atenolol - Tired, didn't like how I felt. Some sexual disfunction. Stopped it. then went on Rythmol.
Rythmol - No side effects except metallic taste in mouth. Worked for a short time, then didn't help. Actually was better off without it.
History of surgery None
amiodarone
Rythmol
Betapace
There are to many to remember. The doctors tried all kinds of available medicines. Either they didn't work or the side effects were unbearable. The latest one was Amioderone. That didn't work either. In fact I think it made it worse.Heart rate control medications - lanoxin, cardizemflecainide acetate - none
dogoxin - none
Atenolol: occasional faint spells.
Lanoxin, Disopyramide, Betapace, Rythmol: no side effects noticed.
Tambocor: slight discomfort when rolling eyes upward or to side.
Was on metoprolol, lowered blood pressure, but didn't seem to help A-Fib.
Was supposed to take tambocor but after 3 doses would cause tightness in my chest and neck.
Digoxin
Flecainide
Valium
Trazadone
Zopiclone
Temazepam
Frizium

Vertigo/dizziness with quite fierce tinnitus; anxiety with panic attacks; a sense of unreality; unpleasant sensations in the sternum region; palpitations and irregular heartbeat (atrial fibrillation); agoraphobia; quite violent mood swings; tremors in the diaphragm region; itchy skin; sore eyes with blurred vision; cold shiver/pins & needle sensation around face, neck and shoulders (parathesiae); difficulty in achieving a deep breath (disapnea); paranoia; deep sadness; compulsion/obsession; poor relationships; sexual disfunction.
amiodarone, sotalol - excess fatigue.
propafenone, flecanide, verapamil, digoxin - limited side effects noticed.
tobrol-too slow heart rate, fatigue, blurred vision, dizzy betapace-fatigue, lightheaded verapamil-did not workamiodorone - horrible sun sensitivity
verapamil - no adverse affect
propecia (probably unrelated), rogaineMaximum daily dosage (summer 2000):
400 gms. amioderone
100 gms. tambocor

Dizziness, light headedness, lack of energy and concentration, severe reaction to sun.
Procainamide 4000 nausia, lack of appetite,
quinaglute No side effects
dolfedalide made me feel dizzy and did not help my arrithmia
Rythmol no side effects helped for 1 week than failed
Flecanide didn't work
Sotalol no effect
disoapyramide no help
Linoxin
tenorman
dofetilide
atenolol
Propranolol - Very good for preventing attacks but heart rythm very slow, lot of missed beats and i was very tired. Now, if i made an intense effort (sport etc...) immediately after i take 10 or 20 mg of propranolol (Inderal) and it seems that the prevention is effective.Sequence of meds (all taken in addition to lanoxin), each working for a couple of years:
quinidine, quinaglute, tambocor, rythmol, sotalol. Each drug gradually lost effectiveness.
Awaiting long-term results with sotalol.
Rythmol - constipation, ED, bad taste
Atenolol/Metoprolol/Digoxin - fuzzy-headed
Have been on amiodarone since onset. Have no heart disease or artery blockage so have considered going to
flecanide, propafanone and dofetilide, but physician says amiodarone is the best. However, I am getting frustrated
with recurrences. Have not had significant side effects yet! Ran into breathing test problems in august 2001. Decided tochange to tambacor plus digoxin for rate control. Am now on125mg/day tambacor and 0.125 mg digoxin have benn free of a.f. since convertingto tambacor eg. 2 m0nths .
Atenolol and Sotalol made me v. tired and had no effect on episodesTambocor (Flecainide) 100 - 200 mg / day (self-varied)
side effects: pro-arrhythmic (ectopics & flutter) at 200 - 300 mg/day, pain in heart area at ~200 mg/day or above. Verapamil - severe constipation. Propafenone - severe gut reaction. Disopyramide: dry mouth, difficulty peeing, blurred vision, *desperate* depression.
lanoxin, no side effectsPastMedsPROPRANOLOL taken for 2 years led to low blood pressure and bradycardia (my pulse went down to 36 beats per minute at one stage and I was admitted to hospital);
SOTALOL (made me very ill);
VERAPAMIL (didn't work)
AMIODARONE caused me to feel very ill with pins and needles in arms and legs and had breathing difficulties.
Lanoxin/none
Atenolol/none
Tambocor/none(3 weeks only)
Sotolol - Fatigue, Low energy
Amiodarone - Good Experience although elevated thyroid numbers after 6 or 7 years
Tambacor - Effective for about 6 six months
Digoxin 250 mg
Flecainide 100 mg
Aspirin 300 mg
no serious side effects
Lanoxin
Atenolol (occasional severe weakness and faintness)
Disopyramide
Betapace
Tambocor
Rythmol (bad taste and dry mouth during night)
Quinidine, debilitating diarrhea, did not prevent or stop AF;
Flecainide, constipation, urinary retention, did not prevent or stop AF;
Propafenone, dizziness, unusual taste, constipation, did not prevent or stop AF;
Sotolol, acute depressive reaction, did not prevent or stop AF;
Amiodarone, brief trial that did not stop or prevent AF.


Supplements: Co Q10, L-Carnitine, Magnesium, Calcium and some others were pro-arrhythmic for me.
When on Tambocor, I had weakness in my legs and have tremors in my hands but noticed these symptoms before Tambocor so possibly age factor.Tried Rythmol but caused more episodes...Doc would not give me sotalol becuz of normal slow(50-54) pulse..refuse to take amiodarone becuz of known side effects.Lanoxin had no effect.Did Azimilide study with no benefit.tambocor. after two years stopped being effective on its ownall common anti arrythmia drugs.(none work)verapamil
propanolol (made condition worse)
serevent previously taken for asthma increased heart rate
Cardizem 240mg daily
Tikosyn (dofetilide)no side effects, but I experienced increasingly frequent break-through episodes over the 1.5 years I was on the medication, eventually having a-fib every day for 10-12 hours.
Had been on Tambacor (worked about 6 months/no side affects), Solatol (did not work and felt terrible) and Quinidine (not sure of that spelling) and it did not work but no side affects.Sotalol; Flecainide; Verapamil; Lanoxin

I was in the hospital when EP put me on Sotalol and then Flecainide. These drugs did not agree with me - sick to my stomach, fatigue, etc.

Verapamil caused major constipation; other than that I did well on Verapamil - but I didn't like the idea of still being in AFib.
Verapamil, digoxin - didn't worksotalol (made me very ill)
flecainide (gave me 1:1 AFlutter)
propafanone (gave me 1:1 AFlutter)
amiodarone (gave me thyrotoxicosis but is the best thing I've taken for the AF -didn't stop it happening though)
bisoprolol 5mg (took for a year with no side affects but wasn't really doing the job)
verapamil m/r 240 mg - felt great in NSR but terrible in AF
metoprolol (taken only when in AF for rate control) - probably the best solution I've found so far
I switched back to bisoprolol for a while to see if it would improve the frequency but it didn't so I've gone back to metoprolol on demand so I'm not as much of a zombie in NSR

warfarin
aspirin

simvastatin (took for 3 months after 2nd ablation, no problem with cholesterol but it helps AF and inflammation)

irbersartan - took after ablation(angiotensin receptor blocker - there's a long list as to why this may be good post ablation)
SurgeryNone8-hour ablation procedure to address both AFIB and A-flutter.NoneHysteroectomt about 1993
Ear canal enlargement in 2011
Not Applicablecathater ablation successfully eliminated A flutterFlutter ablation 2004
Plumonary Vein Isolation 6 weeks ago 02 June 2011
toncils, hip surgery after car accident, October 2009, A flutter ablation, August 2010, Pulmonary vein ablation isolationI've had 2 ablation procedures, each performed by my cardiologist. He is an excellent doctor, the head of Electrophysiology Services at a major hospital in Seattle. The first surgery was ineffective, but the second one gave me nearly 2 years of symptom-free living. Gradually, however, the symptoms returned, though they are not as severe or debilitating as they were prior to surgery. Having tasted the magnificence of living without afib, I will not stop trying for a cure, and to that end have decided to have another procedure. My cardiologist agrees that my third (and hopefully final) procedure ought to be done by another doctor. I'm currently trying to convince my insurance company that the best, most effective clinic (ergo, ultimately the least expensive) is the Haut Leveque Hospital in Bordeaux, France. The father of the catheter ablation procedure, and the most consistent innovator in heart rhythm technique is Dr.Michel Haissaguerre. I think this clinic presents the best chance in the world for a cure, and I'll be going there soon, I hope. Had pacemaker installed but it is essentially turned of (starts if pulse goes below 30 BPM).

Gall bladder removal. I believe that an inflamed gall bladder caused the atrial fibrillation. Had GERT, numerous bouts.
Nissan Fundification to cure Hiatus Hernia. Wrap too tight so further operation to loosen wrap. Still have sliding Hiatus Hernia with silent reflux.
Breast Cancer treated with 6 weeks radiation therapy 9 years ago
ASD closure in 2005
Gallbladder
NoneGall Bladder
Thyroid Removal
Nose & throat surgery

PVI - March 2010 - Papworth UK
Conscious sedation
I have had cardioversion both electrical & drug. Each time I am an emergency at hospital. I have not had any surgery.
1. Hysterectomy

2. Gall Bladder removal
Nissen
Appendix removed

3. One ovary removed

Hernias (2)
Appendix

2012-
1) Ablation (w/ a hematoma side effect, very bad pain, very slow to recover from +5 weeks!) Tried Tikosyn, couldn't tolerate it.
2) Cardioversion- w/ +10 second gap of no heart beat)
3) Pacemaker to stimulate the SA nerve that had gone to sleep after 10 yrs of A-fib. (Don't let it go long!!)
-------
Cardioversion Sept. 2009- lasted less than a minute in sinus mode

7mm Kidney stone blasted with ultra sound Nov. 2009 (not the reason for the blood in urine) I'm sure the kidney stone came from the use of coumadine. It leaches calcium out of the system.

Cardioversion, max jewels of 360, Dec. 2009- only lasted a minute
noneSurgeryn/anoneNoneTonsillectomy, SeptiplastyNo history of surgery.Ablation - 2007 - with recurrent arrythmia
Pulmonary vein angioplasty - 2007 - vein quickly reclosed
none - considering ablationablation - 1991 for WPW
ablation 2006 for A Fib
nonPacemaker/ av ablationi have had 5 radio frequency ablations starting from the age of 12, i was due to have another but it has been decided that because of the position of the extra pathways in my heart it cannot be done by an ablationnone2 x catheter ablationPVI ablation, transseptal on Sept 19t. Has conscious sedation which means I was able to feel the burining, but I would sort of sleep in between I spent six hours on the cath lab table. It was worth every minuite and I would do it again if necessary. I hated my life while I was held prisoner to these episodes. I work aa an Er nurse and there were times while on duty I felt I would pass out.
I am feeling very positive about this procedure and I advise anyone who has episode as I have described to speak with your family Md or cardiologist.
colon surgeryAppendectomy hysterectomyCatheter ablation Sept 08.catheter ablation, didn't help episodes
Hysterectomy in 2002 - tachycardia afterwards (150 beats recorded during operation)
5 or 6 cardioversions - never worked for longer than a few hours between 2002 & 2005
2003 - Atrial flutter ablation. Paroxysmal af afterwards
2005 - virus that affected my heart - organs shut down and on life support - dialysis for kidneys until function came back ( 3 and half months in hospital)- left with 60% heart function
Heart biopsy but did not establish cause of virus
2006 - Pulmonary vein isolation
2007 - cardioversion on relapse

Attempted ablation in July 2007. Developed tamponade, procedure aborted, drain inserted. In CCU for 36 hours. Developed pericarditis. In hospital for a week. In persistent AF for about 7 weeks. Reverted to sinus spontaneously. Paroxysmal AF returned.

2nd ablation in January 2008. Straightforward (took about 6 hours). Some episodes of AF since but far fewer and becoming less frequent and shorter. Looking promising.
NoneCardiovertered in December 2006.Three C-sections2007 was a tough year was in the hospital 8 times trying to correct my Afib and then found out I had a clogged artery, which was fixed. Did 1 pulimonary ablation, 1 abalatioin to fix flutter, 3 cardio versions on 3 different drugs. In spite of this I was able to keep up a 30-40 mile running pace. Surgeryapendectomy 7 years agoJuly 17/07 Mini Maze Sept 7/07 catheter ablation was needed for atrial flutter. I was in A flutter for five weeks after my MMaze. I now am in NSR and plan to stay that way!nonepacemaker fitted in 2004, was due to have a AV node ablation in Oct, but since having a scan of my heart last week was told the AF, had caused alot of damage to my heart, and they may not be able to proceed with the ablation.NoneNonesurgery for meckels diverticulum in 1986
prior to surgery had been ill with blood loss, anemia, needed blood transfusions, severe constant abdominal pain but had no episodes in this 4 yr period. In fact no episodes between 1976 and 1986, ie had one episode at birth of baby in 1975 and then none until after surgery in 1986.
Shortly after surgery - when feeling weel ad not stressed - had second episode of AF preceeded by rapid heart beat on waking from sleep
nilAblation. Went into AFib next day after ablation. Had another ablation about 3 years later. Lasted six months.NANose operation 15 years ago
Nerve operation on arm 10 years ago.
Heart attack 1 week in hospital 6 years ago.

NO SURGERY RELATED TO CONDITION.
Ablation for A-flutter.

On trips to ER with 12-20 hour Afib, EP found that I was flipping between A-fib, A-flutter and PSVT. A-flutter was ablated in Aug 06. Afib events are now shorter and if they last more than 15 minutes, I take 250mg of Flecanide. Longest events since ablation have been around 5 hours. EP could not trigger PSVT so no ablation for that was performed.
PVI ablation using circumferential approach - June 2006
Tricuspid isthmus abaltion - December 2006
Repeat PVI plus WACA plus repeat tricuspid plus vena cava isolation - February 2007
None.nonenonenone heart relatedNo major surgery or heart surgery.Gastric BypassAtrial fluttet ablationNonenothing related to AFNot heart related - 2 c-sections - one in 2003 and one in 2005 and AF got worse after each operationNoneAblation for A FlutterSurgerySurgery for ovarian cancer
Ablation for Afib
No major surgery.None.NoneNone...just tonsils as a child1972: ASD I & II
VSD
cleft mitral valve.
After this operation I could lead a perfectly normal life.

2003:
2 ablations of the AVNRT, both without success.

2004:
Mitral valve replacement & Maze surgery on left atrium (the maze was not possible on the right atrium due to the many adhesions I had after the first operation).
Since this operation I have had 3 cardioversions but AF episodes are much milder and shorter. My left atrium is enlarged and that is probably why the maze did not completely worked out for me.
Emergency appendectomy, polyps of bladder removed, nasal reconstructionGall bladder removed in September 2005
PVI Ablation in February 2006
1. Oct/2001 pulmonary veins ablation by thermal balloon
catheter. Few hours after the surgery fibrillation and
flutter occured. Result was bad.
2. Nov/2001 ablation for flutter. Fibrillation and atypical
flutter were occured soon after the surgery.
3. June/2004 3 pulmonary veins were isolated by catheter
ablation and things got worse especialy during the 2
months after the surgery. Frequency and duration of
the episode increased 10 times as before the surgery.

gall bladder, septoplastyAtrial Flutter was ablated in October 2003. However, AF continues and atypical flutter was noted by the EP.NoneEP study
RF ablation (unsuccessful)
DDDI pacemaker insertion
PVAI surgery at Cleveland Clinic in May 2006 (I feel 100% better). Restored NSR. Only 2 days of a-fib that went away on its own. Very few symptoms, very few palpatations. Best I have felt in 10 years. I highly recommend PVAI surgery at Cleveland Clinic.
Half my Thyroid gland removed 2000.

My thyroid was overactive. So it did not surprise me that my heart decided to do the same.

But my thyroid is now underactive and my body temperature seems to be getting lower. Two new symptoms that i have to get my head around. I am very concerned this will be too much when my af kicks in again. I'm very lathargic out of af, not my usual and af takes alot of energy from me. anyone else have this problem.?

We do not know in my case if it is the thyroid that triggered the af, as any problem would cause me to be over anxious.
NoneHerniaNone@ previos abalations on the left side and one on the right side6 cardioversions 1 internal cardioversion. 2 pvi ops in last 9 monthsNone relating to this condtitionnoneSurgeryNo surgery, but I have been treated for a bleeding Stomach Ulcer.hysterectomyNone. Had two children and the Radio Frequency Ablation was a breeze to childbirth.2x EP Study, 1x RF Ablation, awaiting Pulmonary vein isolation.No heart surgery.

Gastric bypass for weight loss - December, 1997
Oct 2003 - RF ablation of pulmanory veins for AFib - resulted in AFlutter - persisted after cardioversion

Nov 2004 - RF ablation for AFlutter temporarily successful

May 2005 - cardioversion for AFib succesful - so far have to remain on Toprol, otherwise get exercise-induced AFib
Minor unrelated surgeries - 1989/2005None.RF ablation Oct 2006. One episode 3 days after ablation. Free of AFIB since !!!!. Off medicine since Jan 2007.12/1999 St. Jude Medical Mod 5342 Pacemaker
05/2000 Stomach Hernia Repair
09/2002 Cataract left eye
10/2004 Cataract right eye
01/2005 Repair of Cataract left eye
03/2005 Right Flutter ablation
07/2005 Pulmonary Vein Isolation
NoneNo previous heart surgeries. I have had surgeries for broken bones.None. None for Afib. achilles tendon and arthritis.NoneDuel chamber Pacemaker fitted in Jan 2003 due to slow heart rate adn 5 second pausesMinor (unrelated) operation in 1988.EP Study, July 1997 (yielded nothing)
EP Study, January 2004 (yielded EKG showing Afib)
tendenitis in wrist. Piles.nilNoneno history of surgery, have had one cardioversion, in nsr for three days then reverted back into persistant af.2000 - strabismusNone to do with AF. SurgeryCatheter Ablation - Jan 2004 - partially successfull but remained on Atenelol, then AF returned in force in Nov 2004. After a weeks stay in hospital I have since had a further ablation in Jan 2005. Hopefully this has done the trick, although I will not know for sure until another 3 months once the heart has recovered from the ablation. Currently still experience a fast heart rate from time to time but appear to be in NSR.None.Have had 2 RF ablations:
Feb 2004-complication: Cardiac Tamponade
October 2005
Dec 2004 atrial flutter ablationNone.Pulmonary Vein Ablation #1 = December 2002
Pulmonary Vein Ablation #2 = December 2003
2 ablations, the 2nd PVINoneAngiogram in 2001 - all clear.

Jan 2007 - left circumferential atrial ablation at the Radcliffe hospital in Oxford. Dr Yaver Bashir was EP. Almost perfect - needed 2 DC cardioversions in 3 years for atrial flutter on the left side of the heart so considering a "touch up."
None
Thrombectomy this past December--I was lucky; passed a clot from atrium that lodged in my right arm rather than going to cerebrum.Had not been on coumadin since 1999. Am back on for life.
2004 Refused sinus node ablation with pacemaker implantation
1997 Refused catheterization to explore for blockages (none show on echocardiograms)
2 ablationsNERVE OPERATION AFTER ARM INJURY

NOSE OPERATION
None.had electrophysiology study done in 2000. They were able to induce atrial fibrillation and had to do a cardioversion twice to revert to sinus rythm. However, the only ablation option for treatment was ablation in the pulmonary veins, which at the time (and still is I guess) was very experimental.EP study was done and attempted ablation. Unsuccessful!
Have had stress test,TEE, ultrasound

Previous surgery - tubal, bunion, birthmark removal - nothing serious.
Tonsillectomy at age 6.NoneThree electrical cardioversions in the last month and a half!Noneelectro cardioversion (twice)NoneAblation - July 2003no heart surgery have had thalium scan that confirmed no underlying heart problemSurgerynosinus surgery, a/v nodal ablation, second ablation just done in a separate area. Found a/v node held up, but there was another area to addressNoneNone.3 electro-cardioversions - conversion by amiodorone on other three occasionsNone, unless you consider two internal cardio conversions. I have a consultation with Dr. Natale (Cleveland Clinic) at Marin General in December and am currently wait-listed for RF Ablation with Dr. Natale.pulminary vein ablationTwo angioplastic radio frequency ablations... Somewhat successful. Thyroid removal with non malignant adanomas...3cm and 5cm diameters.noneradio frequency ablation immediately before becoming seriously ill with glandular fever! episodes of AF since the surgery as well, so not successful.NoneTonsilectomy age 6NoneNoneno major surgeries; only: tonsils when young; arthroscopy on one knee 15+ years agoonly ablation for 2 yearsworked then af came backopen heart for atrial septal defect at age 20
rotator cups in shoulders no surgery, just cortisone
hiatal hernia endoscopy
2 ablations for flutter, then went into AF and now both
NonenoneRadio Fequency Ablation in 1997 was attemt to cure Atrial Flutter but was unsuccesful (by the way, it was done using only local anaestethic so I could actualy feel the burns they are making inside the heart and after an hour or so this burning caused unbearable pain so they had to stop - so much about 'painless ablation procedure')Heart-noneFontan
RF ablation
SurgerynoneAblation for Flutter
Exposed the AFIB.
None for heart related matters.noneOnly the normal sporty knee stuff.ASD closure 8/02
Right side RF ablation for flutter. 2/03
Left side RF ablation for Atrial Tachycardia 11/03 - Failed, procedure aborted due to too much fibrillation, no focal point.

none

I had a cath scan and it showed only l artery blocked 30%
nonehysterectomy
myomectomy
lasik eye surgery
wrist surgery
arthroscopic knee surgery
Hernia 30yrs agoboth shoulders, rotator cuffs- full retractions, reattached with s steek anchors

third degree burns, skin transplants


pva early July, 2002
second pva-pvi scheduled for September 12, 2002
Epigastric hernia about 8 months before the first visit to the ER for A-fib. However I suspect that I had intermittent episodes as much as 15 years earlier, and I am unclear as to whether the hernia operation exascerbated the gastric distress which I believe was a primary trigger.Minor surgeries l959,l998,l999RF ablation of AvNodal reentry, Ablation of flutter.

2nd Ablation procedure to left side of atrium going after nasties in the pulmonary viens.
This one worked for 6 months I was back on the basketball court with no meds and starting to get into shape again. But alas, It came back and is worse than ever.
Have been cardioverted.This worked for a year.
Have also had ultra sound of the heart which indicated a leaking mitral valve although not serious.
My arteries are fine having had an angiogram.
Also have had the snake down the throat to see if the hiatus hernia has worsened.(It hasn't)
Finally have had cardial ablation which may have cured the flutter but now in AF
None related to AF. I had a slipped disk operation about 5 years after first having AF.

Ablation 2006 Success.
NonnonenothingNone for the Afib.

Otherwise, appendectomy in 1958 and gall bladder in 1974.
Repair of knee/ from skiing accident.
Repair of fractured bone in elbow.
noneBrain surgery following skull fracturenoneSurgerynanoneN/ANone (yet)Ablation 60 days following amiodarone therapy termination. It was preformed blindly because I would not return to afib during the procedure. It is suspected that this was in part due to the fact I was still under the influence of the amiodarone at the time. The ablation failed within 12 hours.rf ablation 07/99 (failed)
rf ablation 10/99 (failed)
new doctor wants to go back into the right side of my atrium, make a hole and enter the left side, then ablate a pulmonary vein; I don't want to undergo the surgery
pacemaker May 2001. better initially, but a fib bad again now.NoneAblation of Atrial flutter 3/00noneWent in to have my Hiatus Hernia repaired, doctor told me he had cured 2 patients of AFib by repairing their Hiatus Hernias.
This operation did nothing because my Hernia was to small at 50mm.I believe it has to be above the 70mm mark.
This Dr, said it was a well known fact that large HHernias can cause AFib.
Mind u the Operation seemed to work for 9 days or so.
But all symptoms are back now even the Gerd type ones and pains in stomach which generally conincide with an attack.
none2 cardioversions (both helped for a short while), 1 flutter ablationNoneNo cardiac related surgery. none recommended unless I break through medication,in which case two specialists seem to prefer a pacemaker to ablationnoneNoneNONE.pacing study while undergoing angiogram. Results were good.
Could not induce any aryhthmia.
NoneHearnia repair, rhino plastyEP study 1990
WPW ablation 1990
EP study 1990
EP study 1992
AF ablation 1999
Surgerygall bladder no heart surgeryNone2 ablationsMarch 1991-cardiac ablation which failed, and a single chamber pacer installed.

May 1991-Another cardiac ablation witch failed and a dual chamber pacer installed.

November 1998-Pacer was changed.
Catheter ablation (EPS - electrophysiology study) by a pretty neat heart imaging device by ... damn I can't remember. Get back to you on this.cardiovesion x 3
radiofrequency ablation - cured flutter but not fibrillation
Tonsillectomy at about age 4.
Radical prostatectomy, 1996.
Flutter ablation, 1997.
None heart related.Left pulmonary vein ablation
Flutter ablation
None

Had 24 Holter test while in full AF episode.
2 EP studies to ablate junctional tachycardia.

Participated in experimental protocol testing linear catheter ablation technique which was to emulate maze technique to eliminate AF. Completed 3 ablations in protocol, 1 on right atrium, 2 on left. AF symptoms were reduced for a limited time from procedure.
ablation 11-00 cardiversion 12-003 cardioversionsshoulder sugery 1996
focal ablation sept 1999


Noneablation of left pulmonary vein 11/9/2000
ablation for atrial flutter 11/21/2000
NoneNone for heart.Had heart catheratization that found heart okay.
VasectomyOriginally not thought suitable for ablation, now scheduled for a flutter-line ablation and possible PVA, if teh higher dofetilide dose doesn't worknoneSurgeryNo surgery for AF - only for other reasons (Hysterectomy; Hernia surgery; Gallbladder removed) I came round from Hysterectomy to find myself wired up to ECG as I had gone into AF during surgery. I had lost 3 units of blood during the surgery and have often wondered if that may have been a contributory factor to start of AF as I had never suffered from it previously.noneNoneElectrocardioversion Dec 98 / May 99
Radio frequency ablation Aug 99 (cured atrial flutter but not a-fib)
Tonsillectomy at age 4
Radical prostatectomy at age 69 (prostate cancer)
NoneTried RF ablation feb 1999 but unable to ablateNever had surgery. I'm 59 and have never been in a hospital overnight in my life. Maybe that's why I'm having a hard time dealing with this problem.Not considering Maze at this time.catheter ablation for suspected WPW pathway. none found! catheter ablation for atrial flutter circuit and preparation for trans septal pulmonary vein ablation. Am waiting to see the out come of the ultrasoud technic for this before proceeding.(the cleveland clinic)several surgeries, but no heart surgerynonenoneWhile on a moniter, I registered three to 4 second pauses. A Kappa 700 Series Dual Pacemaker was implanted at Duke Medical Center on July 17, 2000. NoneFeb 2005 Pulmonary vein ablation (and atrial flutter ablation)

Feb 2006 Second ablation - (last years flutter ablation was OK but 3 veins had reconnected)


Both ablations performed at Newcastle Freeman Hospital under Dr Steve Furniss
PlansMaintain current preventionsPlan is to switch from Multaq to Flecainide this week after an electrocardioversion a few days ago.Expect to start Coumadin soon
May try a Class III drug for a while and a cardioconversion
Thinking about the Maze procedure
Continue regular activities ... Play banjo .... Walks .... Dancing ... GardeningI plan to live a long and happy life. My wife is very supportive and we both live to create a stress free environment at home. I know that this thing won't kill me and I know that God Almighty has an appointed day to die for all of us. I feel that his plans for that day are afar off.Ablation in the next 12 monthsreview of medication, currently being assessed form further surgery to deal with A FibSee what happems from PVI
Come off all drugs on 20 September 2011
Try another ablation and lifestyle change. My ultimate goal is to not have to take medication for the next 50 years.??To build a social net work, and to find help with PTSD with out going bankrupted I'v had to go to the ER too many times for A-Fib and this is a financial drain.and makes me more depressed and anxious.currently 75 days in normal sinus rhythmLive a healthy, active life that is free of the cursed atrial fibrillation.Cardioversion on October 7, 2010. No more overexhertion. To isolate exactly which foods stuffs I have an intolerance to.To be able to eat properly without triggering an attack. Can these intolerances be cured. Am going to try magnesium/potassium/taurine supplements.Hope Flecinide works for awhile
Explore possible surgical options.
6 months on Flecainide then hope to be weaned off. Consultant suggests cardioversion if further prolonged episode, and ablation if more experienced.

Will look into replacement of amalgam fillings.
Possible ablation after synthroid leveled
Hope to stay out of afib and eliminate all medsControlled withdrawal from Sotalol starts in 2 weeks

Losing weight and hope to withdraw Ramipril this summer as was never high BP but my first cardiologist wanted to rule out hypertension and he considered I was borderline. Personally I've never known a high BP reading.
I am about to undertake an ablation as the AF is causing great distress. When I experience long episodes I feel very unwell with dizziness, vomiting & sweating and can not function with my daily life.
I am quite concerned about the procedure and am interested in other peoples experiences with ablation.
Discuss with Cardio to have AblationWould like to wean off the drugs if possible, considering abilation, but not until more effective and clotting threat lessens. Visiting allergist to see if they can find possible allergies. Looking for another docotor sho may try some different things instead of just claiming nothing can be done.2012- Let the ablation do it's thing and it is! Hoping that the pacemaker can come out after a year or so if the SA nerve comes back on line. They are giving me hope!

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2009- Not sure. Wishing for more alternatives. I DON'T want to be on drugs!

Considering ablation (fallowed by acupuncture0 but my surgeon says I have less than a 20-30% chance ablation will work in my case.

ablation plannedPlansMonitor ablation technology/outcomescontinue to monitor trigger events. Take magnesium supplimentsTo hopefully once again regain a "normal" life. Right now I am still afraid to venture very far from home. Up until my diagnosis, I was an active adult. PVA on 09/09/09 - I'm overwhelmed by this relatively new bombshell being diagnosed with AF. I've been on a binge of learning as much as I can since being released from the hospital yesterday(6.11.09). My doctors are baffled and still trying to determine why someone young, with no family history of AF, and in good health has atrial fibrillation. I will continue with the drugs for at least 6 months as advised by my doctor until evaluation.

I am troubled by the idea that I am not cured, even under medication, until what seems an inevitable surgery takes place sometime in the future. My doctor says that technology has been improving at a rapid pace and thinks I should hold off as long as possible. Still, should I have a stroke or simply just another episode, that advice seems awfully foolish.

Meanwhile, I hate the idea of being on medication (being American, I am not a fan of big pharma and our horribly expensive and inadequate medical industry, even though I am insured and can afford my treatment). I am a photojournalist and processing the idea of being limited in where I can visit and travel too based on my recent medical advice/warnings. However, being the father of two incredible boys (2 and 4), I am thankful that treatment exists and that there are others whose experience with AF I can learn from.
I don't want to have another ablation for fear of additional damage to my pulmonary veins. ablation???Will continue to take Fish Oil, B Vitamins and Cardio nutrients as I feel less stressed out and less anxiety since I have been taking these supplements
Will continue to have Bicom Therapy as this also has helped tremendosley with desensitising of epinepherine (adreline) and Thyramine
atrial ablation within the next 2 monthsi am due to have a heart monitor on for 7 days to see how things are, will continue with the flecainide until something else is decidedkeep on keeping onTo eat better diet and be fitter again as AF does tolerate excercise so well.
I was at a good level of fitness prior to AF recurrence in 05.
I will be taken off the flecanide in december 08 and also the coumadin( I think).
If I have no further episodes in the next month I will be taken off the monocor.
If I have further episodes I will require another procedure which will not be as long or complicated as the one I have just undergone.
still evaluating and wondering if i should go for ablationHopefully to live without episodes of irregular heartbeatPlay for England!Hope to either maintain a reasonable equilibrium using medication with the odd cardioversion on any relapse or if things worsen to have another Pulmonary vein isolation or other ablation as necesaryTo enjoy having my life back!Possible ablation. EP says 'I am heading towards an ablation'Not sure, just want to go back to my old life.Want to explore more options. Would like to find good doctor, alternative to lifelong medications and do not wish to go through random ablations. Working to learn as much as possible. Dr. appointment on Friday 1/11/08 may try and do another ablation although the thought is a little scary but I am getting really tired of AFibPlanshope to get ablation in 2008To get off tenormini hope to over come this. but i think its a life long process. i do alot of research and hoping of finding diffrent ways to cope.havnt made any, feel too ill most of the time. although my daughter emigrates to Australia soon and I would like to visit every couple of years if it is possible.Just wait and hope it stays under controlLive!Keep taking flecainide and enquire re ablationWill try to keep on with the current regimeunknown - looking for answersNAWould like to have ablation or some form of corrective surgery if possible.Doctor has said that they would probably not consider me for this.Possibly because of heart attack.Ectopic beats are getting more intense and more frequent. Some nights I only get several hours of sleep as they wake me up.

I have been going to Mayo clinic for tests and this is still continuing.
Wait and see if last ablation successfulScheduled for Pulmonary vein ablation at The Cleveland Clinic in Ohio March 19.Could give me Left A-flutter or other complications but I'm praying not.I plan to exercise more and lose weight while I still feel well enough to. Am trying to give up alcohol completely but it's proving more difficult than I would've thought. Will probably try some of the vitamin therapies. Hopefully they'll come up with a reliable permanent solution in the next few years. I have my doubts about this - except for the stroke risk they don't seem to take it that seriously.if i go 6 months on current meds withiut an attack,i plan to try to cut back tp 100mgs/day of flecainide.plan to maintain aspirin therapy based on current literature.Lose weight.I am considering Ablation, I want my life back!I am otherwise in great condition, eat right, excerise, dont drink in excess, no smoking. I guess I'll keep that up!To keep going! Enjoy life and to let AF live with me and not me live with it!To live a life of moderation, i.e. less food, alcohol and stress whenever possible. I don`t fancy any of the surgical options as yet, as the results gained don`t seem to outweigh the risks.
Eagerly awaiting a cure.
Changing from Sotalol to Flecainide with Bisoprolol within the next 2 weeks as suggested by my Cardiologist.

Cardiologist also suggested a PVIA which I will give serious conseration to if the Flecainide doesnt work.
Working with new Electrophysialogist and alternative medicine MD.PlansI've tried all of the control medications and none have worked and all have side effects. Failed attempt at curing AF with an ablation. Considering an AV node ablation with pacemaker but I'm not sure that it will work for meI have been put on the waiting list for a PVI procedure at the Cardio Thoracic Centre Liverpool.Update, have just been given a date of early November
Update, now 8 months after PVI and so far no more A/F. Would hesitate to say I am cured in case I tempted the "beast" back but have been in NSR since the procedure and have just had occasional "missed" beats.
Wanted to have an ablation but the specialist won't operate. I have multiple new cells that are firing and he says he cant get them all and it would take too long.
Will carry on with the medication and wait for medical science to come up with a new treatment.
Finish my degree this year!!!!
Loose weight and use the flecainide when I have an episode as this shortens its duration significantly. Keep off caffiene in all forms.Try to beat it and not let it get me down. Cardiologist thinks I might be customer for Pulmonary Vein Ablation...Would like to avoid it as success rate not guaranteed. There might be other options in a few years if necessary
Give myself breaks and try to slow down a little.
Try to avoid stress and pushing myself physically but important to maintain physical exercise and fitness.
Come off Flecanide
Try to cure myself with good Nutrition and supplements. Experiment with lowering food intake of high glycaemic foods. Find out whether I need to increse potassium? and generaly be more specific with supplement dosages
Have my Thyroid checked.
Since 99% of my AF episodes are triggered by the AVNRT, my EP will probably later this year try to ablate the extra bundle near my AV-node again.considering either a PVIA or a Wolf Mini MazeI hope to be taken off of meds and maintain NSR, ie, cured. Looking for a skilled physician for the ablation try and not get overly worried and paranoid! It is a distressing condition but I am no where near as bad as some on this site. Hopefully they will find a cure once they stop wasting NHS money on none life threatning cases! Just started Propafenone in hospital this May. Next option Dofetilide or ablation.waiting on science to make this better, maybe an ablationWill proceed with an ablation in 2006.Considering procedures being seen in the news to alleviate problem with heart beatReturn to Cleveland Clinic for a followup in Oct 2006.
I get on with things as normal as possible when not in af. I try not to worry. (not easy)

I do not know when af will happen, But usually once a month.

I find my legs go very weak, unable to get up the stairs and then usually that night I will go into af. I wake up
in af and it will be afew hours after my next tablets that it will kick out again.
At the moment I am waiting it out. The UK seems a bit behind the States and France with regard to ablations. Also, due to the complicated pattern of electrical impulses that make up my very erratic heart beat, I have been told that it may be difficult to ablate my heart anyway.Looking at possible third PVA, jury still out but not looking good.Just want to find a cure so that I can live a normal life again.No ideanot suremay ask to have maze surgeryUnder a specialist consultant in local NHS hospital (annnual consultations).Contemplating procedure involving using wire in artery to "kill rogue cells" which cause the electrical irregularity.Consultant is reticent about performing this procedure if the drugs are effective as the success rate is low (30-40%).I would if at all possible like to get off the drugs continue with current txPlansI am becoming convinced that the Mini-maze procedure offers the best hope to get rid of this condition once and for all. I hope to wait a couple of years until the procedure becomes established in Sydney.starting flecainide tomorrowPlan to continue working for two years than retire. Would like others to know about this Atrial Fibrillation which can become all consuming in one's life.getting on with lifeContinued weight loss. Improved exercise program.
Stick to medications. Continue taking fish oil and consider additional vitamins and minerals that may benefit me including Taurine, CoQ10, Copper, L-Arginine.
Reduce load on adrenals caused by low level food allergies and stress, increase fish oils, cont current levels of Mg and CoQ10, add flax seed oil - explore Resveratol, Berberine, and Chinese medicinal herbs - get tested for H. Pylori infection, increase exercise very gradually, retire from stressful job Just gotta get on with it. I have 3 young children and a wife getting over skin cancer, although she's dealing with it better than me! So just try to keep telling myself it ain't that bad!!

Coming from an Irish/Musical upbringing alcohol/smoking and late nights have always been a big part of my social life! Trying to resist overdoing the alcohol.
Still trying drug therapy, modest life-style changes.
Try to get of Cardarone as everyone says you cannot take this forever (However I take it for 3 years now and aside from some sleeping disorders I do not feel any aggravating side effects)
I try to get a fair idea on PVA history for others with +/-same age and condition.
Will come back and fill this part in. I'm not sure. Investigating Ablation. Appointment with Cardiologist next week.On Rhythmol now. If this does not stop the episodes, the doctor recommends ablation.Remove as much stress / anxiety from our lives with early retirement and live a smoke free, non drinking, simpler life.None unless the afib gets worsePossible Ablation PVI, etc.
Concerned about stenosis
Waiting for further investigation - while coping with the condition. I have made a decision to do a degree course and further my education in september,I am a firm believer in life long learningCardiologist has suggested an ablation may be a possibility if still having problems in 6-9 months. However last few years have been extremely stressful and this stress should be significantly reduced over the next few, so am hoping this will eliminate the AF. Am also trying to avoid medication as long as I can.Looking to catch this on an EKG, hope to have an ablation to cure it. Keep on looking. Have heard that a Herbal practioner in Christchurch N.Z. Has had some success treating A.F. If all else fails we will give him a shot.
30. 04.05. Found herbal practioner in Tauranga and she is very good. He has stated magnesium potssium and Vitamin 'C'.
if it doesnt revert,will probably have cardio version in 3 weeksSeeking pulmonary vein isolation surgery from the Cleveland Clinic.March 2005 Awaiting angiography. and possible second cardioversion.
27.5.05 angiogram done, results normal, no atheroma, heart normal size.
Electro Cardioversion with amiodarone medication was to be next step. However thyroid function test was borderline, my cardiologist did not want to use amiodarone, as this will further effect my thyroid. He felt that he had reached the limits of his treatments. As all tests to-date have been normal I have been referred to Freeman hospital, which is a specialist heart centre, and an electrophysiologist for further treatment.
10.8.05 new cardiologist has found my latest echo shows heart normal but evidence of pulmonary hypertension, still waiting to have the cause diagnosed.
Update 27.3.06. still on same medications. pulmonary hypertension investigated, most likely due to back pressure from AF. new diagnosis of left ventricular diastolic dysfunction. Next review with consultant, 26.5.06.
27.5.06 Afib occuring more frequently over past weeks. Saw consultant today meds changed from Sotalol to Flecainide 50mg bd.
I have confirmed the connection between my vagal AF and Lipitor (see below), as well as ozone (air cleaner). Now am reducing meds further since I switched to a vegan diet (see "The China Study"). I am trying to reduce the Flecainide due to the side effects (see below, with iron).
Looking into possibility of having an ablation, on top of losing my excess weight.PlansJust to get on with life. In the past the fatigue would really get me down and stop me from doing things. I also intend to lose some weight and generally increase my fitness levels, which is something I just didn't have the energy to do before.Continue research and experimentation with meds to determine ALL my triggers, and to find a balance of meds that does not cause nightmares, resulting in anxiety and poor sleep quality.wait as long as I can stand it until the procedures are perfected and advanced.Get off the drugs for AF... or take something else... or pack in competitive cycling if performance does not come back to "normal". Anyone got a clue ?3rd ablation soon, all 4 pulmonary veins etcMeds. Would love to have it ablated so it is gone forever but it is not severe enough for that.My doctors expect that I will have radiofrequency ablation at some future date - expected to be when the technology improves sufficiently to move the risk/reward ratio sufficiently in favour of the procedure.

Hope & pray!
I was put on 200 mg Amiodarone when Flecainide stopped working. The Flecainide kept me AF free for 6 months, but by the 9 month mark, I was back to 5 episodes per week. So far, I am 2 months AF free with the Amiodarone. I don't know how long this will last, but I hope for a long time. Perhaps long term, I can switch between the two, and they will maintain their effacacy.
Listening seriously to all the histories of PVAs--may go that route if my episodes get me down. (Usually I stay below 120 bpm which I am adapting to)
3rd ablationKEEP POSITIVE KEEP LISTENING TO MY DOCTOR
IF DETERIORATION THEM SEEK ABLATION.
I have an appointment with Dr Gill of Guys and St. Thomas's in London on 12th August with a view to ablation - Don't know if I'm ready for this yet. I might not even be a suitable candidate - I have lots of questions for him.

Meeting with doctor next month to discuss lowering my betapace dosage. Otherwise I am very happy with Betapace. None of the other drugs helped much. I haven't had an episode in 3 years. I fought taking medication for years and now I am kind of afraid to stop or change dosage.

Keep exercising. I have been running and it has helped. I weigh 25 pounds less than I did for my first episode.
Going for second opinion to Cleveland (Dr. Natale) in September. Have talked to Dr. Saltman about his procedure and possible second opinion.

Want to pursue ablation with hopes of permanent NSR and no meds.
Retired, part-time work.Hopefully, to be able to find a cure and carry on normally for a few more years.If the A fib persists hook up with an EP and try ablation.Abbaltion Like everyone - hoping for a cure. And constantly, when not in arrythymia, telling myself not to panic when the next attack happens...avoiding Coumadin, awaiting a better anticoagulant?Try reducing Sotalol to 80mg per day. May also try Magnesium tablets as recommended elsewhere. In about 5 years time may opt for ablation once this has become a standard practice that has been well investigated.Awaiting further ablation.to find out as much info as possible and try self helpPlansno change in medication proposed at presentcontinue flecinide. hoping to get my life back soonLook at stopping Inderal altogether, explore 'alternative' anti-arrythmia measures, e.g. Magnesium etc.
Maintain sensible levels of alcohol consumption
Waiting for the Afib RF ablation techniques to mature to a point where I am a candidate for this.Once back in NSR the cardiologists just say to get on with life. No testing or analysis involved.Hoping to see a different one soon but have no great expectations. Just hope that flecainide reduces the frequency of episodes See above. I am hoping to get my energy back to enjoy life.AV Node Ablation with St. Jude pacemaker to be done 11/4/03Give Amioderon a chance. Maybe a pacemaker

I feel like taking a bandanna and wrapping a couple of sets of underwear, tying it to a "walking stick" pole, and just RUNNING AWAY. Maybe if I ran away fast enough, I could fool the Gremlin that took the place of my heart and I might LOOSE him.
Experiment with diet. Atkins diet brought on unusually high number of short episodes.To get well through nutritional therapy. Have recently had all amalgam fillings (10No.) removed under controlled conditions (rubber dam etc) and currently taking cilantro, vit c, msm for de-tox. Initial mercury test showed (KELMER test) showed mercury increase of 1000% up on normal. Will test again in several months time to assess whether de-tox has worked.I am determined not to be completely controlled by the condition. I find the most debilitating aspect of AF is the limit it places on one psychologically (when will the next attack come, will I be near a hospital, will I be half way up a mountain, will I be out of the country etc. etc.) I intend to continue with all my sporting activities, but having been very fit for all of my adult life, I feel really dejected sometimes that I still have aquired this condition. My cardiologist is very dismissive of my concerns and calls 'it' a common nuisance!!I try to eat a low fat diet.I have a PVA planned for Aug 13th with Dr. Larry Chinitz head of NYU Med Ctr. EP and Cardio.eat well / moderately / healthily; sleep when / as feel the need; exercise; practice yoga / mediation & do other (mostly gradual, but often demanding & intense) exercise, such as trekking, cycling, inline skating, etc.; minimize stress levels (insofar as is possible)April 28th trying hospital visit with dofetilide (tikosyn)
They said if that is not helping that a pacemaker then rate control may be next option.
tambacor works 100 % of the time ,cardio recomend pacemaker which cuts in when af is about to strick seems ok concept??Diet changes that will hopefully work, but if they don't I will try another ablation or the maze, only at the Cleveland Clinic by Dr. Natale. I am going to wait for approx. 6 months before I consider and give dietary changes a chance. I will get off of all meds. and do on demand if necessary until my body can heal itself, as well.Ablation if and when the frequency increases even with Sodolol. PVAIn my case the most effective way to deal with Afib is to control the food I am taking (although it is very difficult for me to do it constantly as I enjoy good food) combined with Verapamil & Sotacor (which does nothing to Afib but seems to control Flutter reasonably well). Also, I will continue to search for other possible ways to deal with arrhythmias.Have been referred to surgeons for the possibility of the Maze procedurejust waiting and taking things at the same rate as i am now.rf ablationPlanswait a couple of years for improvement in ablaton methodsTraditional (chinese) medicine.
Dietary changes
PVA when or if AFIB can not be easily controlledHang in with the medications until I detect that my health plan will provide an EP who is sufficiently experienced and skilled to do an ablation.considering ablationI intend to get a full body reading of my various toxicity levels, any allergies etc., and intend to get a full
nutritional plan. I did not think my diet was that bad, but I am no expert and so will try this route.
I am also keeping a keen eye on the ablation techniques, and will hold the matrix procedure off for as long as
possible.
waitng for somebody to come up with a solution.

I think the Tambacor has caused the Congestive Heart Failure and I don't know which is more threatening.

I going to an 8 hour meeting on Sat given by a group called Atrial Fibrillation Foundation, led by Dr Brian McGovern who is one of the leading Doctors in this field. He is from Mass General Hospital where my cardiologist is from.
Would consider ablationfocal point catheter ablation or pulmonary vein ablationMy electrophysiologist is confuring with Dr Sonny Jackman @ U of Oklahoma Medical Center about ablation in near futureTo return to normal if opperation worksI will continue to explore ways to reduce my dependency upon flecainide, including idetic imagery.

I am considering a second ablation procedure in which the catheter will penetrate the septum and ablate some focii at the point at which the arteries enter the left atrium.
I plan to lose more weight(about 25 more lbs) because I think that I'll be able to reduce my intake of Coumadinas a result. I hope to have a pulmonary vein isolation type ablation performed in the next 3 months. It seems like my only choice right now. Meds are not controlling it and I cannot live like this. I hope I can keep my job and insurance long enough to get this done.I am going to still push my cardiologist to examine the role of my chest pains and possible influence of these pains on the vegus nerve.
As medication doesn't work,could be a pace maker for me.
I keep a log of the number, eposide length and date of AF. At present the AF frequency seems relatively constant but no clear pattern is apparent.Find a cure, find a non medication based treatment, find a medication with limited side effects.My current electrophysiologist doesn't think the drugs are going to work for me. If the current drug (Norpace) doesn't work he recommends a dual chamber pacemaker and higher doses of drugs or a pulmonary vein ablation.increase phisical activity to make blood thin.Will see cardiologist again in 6 months. We're sort of waiting to see what new things come out (either drugs or electro techniques). He feels that current electro procedures are not very effective for lone AF.

Have done a lot of Internet reading on AF. I don't think that any current medicines are woth the risks. Although the Sectral seems to reduce the severity and maybe even the frequency of episodes. Also, it has a low degree of risk and few side effects.

I believe that the real solution for most people may turn out to be some form of electro ablation procedure once they design one that is effective for AF.
Stay on Tambacor. Continue to be caffeine free. Lose weight!noneWill consider ablation as I don't want to continue on drugs.Considering AblationPlansif I get worse I will change doctor's to one who his also a electrophysiologist. My experience with drugs is that they may work for a time but then lose effectiveness. For now disopyramide is working better than any past drugs. When it fails I may try going back to sotalol which worked pretty well for me in the past but then lost effectiveness. Maybe it will work again after being off of it for over a year. My doctor says I am a candidate for a fairly new pacing device but I haven't read up on this yet. I am trying to follow the progress of ablation treatments. The U. of Mich. has published a paper reporting pretty good success rates. To see a holistic Dr. I am on a waiting list and she expects to see me about xmas 2002. Am convinced that my AF is the result of oxidative stress which has caused an hormonal imbalance in the ANS. I need help in getting my body back in good balance.Consider ablation, hopefully in Ireland. Success rate not promising at present.After 2.5 weeks on drug check with cardio to see if dofetilide dose should be increased.quit all meds except asprin; look at diet, vitamin supplements, exercise, wholistic approachLearn to deal with the stress in my life. I am working with kids with emotional disabilities and in graduate school getting my doctorate in psychology. Need to cut down and find a balance.may have to give up work as stress a trigger and need to rest during episodes.Continue with no medication as long as possible.

When and episode starts I take 100 mg of Flecainide every 1/2 hour until I reach 300 mg. Then, when it has settled down some, I take a brisk walk. This resulted in conversion on my last episode. (I'm one for one on this approach)
considering "laso ablation"- encircling the pulmonary
veins with ablations, to try and keep the "foci" from
emitting elec. impulses to the atrium.
Try the medications and try to manage my lifestyle to prevent further episodesEP study on Sept6th 2001 at St.Georges London to see if they can come up with anything.
Had ablation on Sep 6th at London Heart Hospital,this cured my flutter, but at the moment I am worse off, Afib every day,ectopics all day no rest from it not like before,at least I had 3 to 6 days free of this cursed ailment.Will hopefully go back for 2nd attempt once Holter Monitor readings have been looked at.
I have an appointment with my cardiologist to discuss the possibility of cathater ablation.Keep studying, talking, and learning - Trying not to dwell on the problem and get on with life.

EP thinks a full ablation or MAZE is too risky and thinks my next step is a pacemaker, but I am
very reluctant.

My cardiologists are brilliant, sincere people who try hard but just don't have a good solution
right now. Keeping busy, lots of outdoor activities, and a positive attitude also seem to help.
Need help Stress management. Continue zero caffine and significantly reduced alcohol. When in normal sinus rhythm, I intend to get in as good a physical shape as possible. I would like to look into alternative (diets or supplements?) treatment. If condition worsens, I would look favorably into ablation or maze surgery.Hold tight till the miracle cure arrives.Explore more triggers, ablations and magnesium treatments.TO VISIT A NEW SPECIALIST IN SOUTHAMPTON.HIS FIELD IS ARRYTHMIAS.Waiting on ablation, I pray every dayContinue with Tambacor. Consult with a specialist about other options and getting off drugs.Try for an ablationI plan to enjoy myself and be thankful for what I've got. PlansI am going to try keep changing my life style until I run across something that will help keep me out of a-fib.Striving towards the MAZESaw Dr Marchlinski at U of P to talk about RFA. He said to wait a year and they should be further along with the proceedure. Claims a 60 - 65% success rate currently and hopes to improve that as time goes on. My insurance won't cover it so I want a better chance of success before laying out the big bucks. My goal is to find a med that works for me with minimumal side effects until the RFA is proven more effective. Tikosyn is the next drug I will try if the Tambocor doesn't work.unknownWait and hope AF and atrial flutter were related. Wait to see if catheter ablation on atrial flutter controls the problem. Lower dosage of tambocor to see if AF returns, then increase dose until controlled. Get off of coumadin/warfarin if AF and atrial flutter stay in control?
Try other AF controlling drugs if/when tambocor stops working.
non-invasive maze procedure when availableProbably will request a dosage increase in dofetilide, possibly decrease in Toprol. If AF not controlled, will try
alternative approaches, such as Willa's magnet bed, biofeedback, hypnotism, mercury removal, mineral
supplements, thyroid therapy.
Would like to try ablation sometime, EP MD thinks pulmonary veins may be the problem. Seems to be possible vagal trigger. Will study sites like this.Lasso ablation
maze
Continue with complete abstinence from all alcohol and prescribed drugs. Continue with exercise programme. Continue with monthly blood tests for INR - currently between 2 and 3.

Have not consulted a specialist for four years.

My doctor wants only to see me if my condition alters.
Possibly try Dofetalide.
Volunteer for another ablation protocol.
Wait for Atrial defibrillator technology.
Work up the nerve to get the maze procedure.
another ablationNonestay on medication as long as fibrillation is managed
have another ablation when needed or new technology
found
Better define substances that trigger AF and eliminate need for drugs.Plan to have the left pulmonary vein ablated again in January. This time they plan to ablate the total circumfrance at one location.

If the next ablation doesn't work I will seriously consider having the Maze procedure done.
Removing amalgam fillings.
Alternative medicine
Keep on sotalol until and if it stops working, then on to the next. My afib
is currently well-controlled and does not warrant more drastic steps.
Am hoping dronedarone is shown to be effective and free of amiodarone side effects. Hoping it's the Holy Grail
for me.

Keep the gastric problems at bay and then the triggers will disappear!
Keep reading message boards from fellow sufferers
Keep a log of ALL episodes or pre-episodes!
Will consider removal of mercury in fillings, if sufficent evidence emerges. Don't expect it to become chronic.
Become a philosopher? I shan't ever complain about work, travelling, politicians or whatever, if I can just get my lide back again.monitor and treat as Dr. suggests.PlansWait and see how things develop! I am disappointed that Flecainide does not actually stop me from going into AF - I just don't get it all the time like I used to. I hope I don't go into chronic AF as I don't think I could cope with that. Pray for the best!
Live for the moment!...but lighter on the booz !!
Planning to have maze procedure in January 2001Continued management of lifestyle and stress levels which I feel cause my condition - echocardiograms show no evidence of underlying heart problems - also no family history

awaiting a non-invasive maze process like everyone else!!
Possibly increase dosage of dofetilide if AF continues. If that doesn't work, possibly hypnosis, amalgam removal,
pacemaker (with or without A-V node ablation), Maze procedure, nutritional supplements, chiropractor, healing touch.
I do not plan to try new major anti-arrhythymic drugs, given my past experience of no benefit and plenty of side effects from them.

I keep the maze in mind, but I am not eager to have major heart surgery now that my heartrate while in AF is under 100, and I have learned to live with it. (Living with AF for me means that, although I always know when I am in it and feel uncomfortable and fatigued; I also do all my usual activities when in AF, and it no longer upsets me emotionally.) Ablations are not yet sufficiently consistent as a cure for AF to cause me to consider one.

I am hopeful about new treatments that may come along, and appreciate being able to hear what they are really like from other Afibbers who are utilizing them, not just from physicians and articles.

Mostly, I try new non-traditional treatments from time to time. They don't cure the AF, but they do support general health.
Have been put forward for biatrial pacing but feel wirh current frequency of episodes this is too drastic.I will stop my meds and wait and see!I plan on looking into alternative methods but hanging in and not letting this condition effect my very active lifestyle until a cure is discovered.Hoping Tambocor will continue to be effective without side effects.take it as it comesAm convinced the AFS are secondary to some as yet unidentified neurologic disorder. Will persue this idea via the cleveland clinic neuologic departmentHoping the flecainide will hold me in NSR until the ablation or other surgical techniques are perfectedMercury detox. Keep up with supplements. See how long I can stay out of AF under this regime.Am aggressively pursuing ablation...they feel my focal points are in the pulmonary veins and new ablation techniques under development may soon provide a possible alternative. Also hoping new medications become available to better control this condition.Hopefully Dofetilide with hold tight the NSR and buy me some time until the BIG CURE becomes available.

I had considered AV Node Ablation. Half of the proceedure is already in place with the Pacemaker. The thoughts of no meds and no symptoms is very appealing. However, I do not favor being in permanent AFIB and no turning back. Despite what the medical world have told me, I cannot believe that permanent AFIB does not eventually affect the heart.

As far as Maze is concerned....I'm a wimp!
Be content with NSR on meds, and wait for a cure without meds... update 22nd July 2011. Still actively enjoying NSR and completely free of AF since second ablation Feb 2006.


...update 15th Feb 2008 : I'm skiing again! 2 years of NSR and still counting :)


earlier comments.....

Slowly increase my fitness levels so I can get back on the ski slopes!


I was going to try dofetilide but had trouble getting it (it's on a restricted licence in the UK)

I'd like to find an exercise I'm capable of doing in the hope that I can steadily work my way back up to a decent level of fitness.


I'll take some convincing that a 3rd ablation is a good idea (but it'll be either that or a pacemaker if the second ablation doesn't work)
CommentsHave found own control strategy - having large drink of very cold water. Equally aware that previous episodes have been stopped by eating. Lucky for me, guy who did a structural scan of my heart was an old school friend and in discussing it he told me the vagus nerve follows your food basically and it seems the things I mention 'shock' the vagus nerve and seem to reset the signals to the heart, putting everything back in synch. Have used since we 'sussed' this and works - has stopped me needing to use pill in pocket stategy.I just want to hear what others have done about edema, foot pain and not being so tired.I know that when this thing happens to people it freaks them out. I was told that if the condition persists past two days then cardioversion should be considered and warfarin started. When I had my long episodes long ago I waited one day and went to the ER to be converted.

I really feel that in some of the folks who read this, especially if you feel that retain water or have edema in your legs, you should ask your doctor about getting on a diuretic. Also, ask for one potassium a day; can't hurt you.
despite a total of 20 days in cardiac monitoring units, I have yet to meet another person with AF - even nurses seemed less knowledgable about af than other heart disease.Nervous about coming off drugs in September. Don't know if blurred vison (its only mild when reading a book) is connected Very bloated since operation. Docs say its normal and nothing to worry about Its not the fast heart beats and SOB that bother me as much as the confusion, left sided headaches and drunken feelings that I get when I have these a-fib attacks. This last attack has left me feeling venerable and anxious. I am also wondering if anyone else has had these problems with confusion after a-fib episodes, and if any one else has had problems with warfin. I started out with 5mg and went up as high as 20mg with no results. MY INR remained at 1.5 no matter what I did, but the drug was making me sick to my stomach, so my doctor stopped it., and put me on aspirin (that also causes stomach problems.) probably the worst experience of my life.Unfortunately, most of us live acutely aware of our symptoms. It's hard to avoid feeling the slightest rhythm variation, and to feel the disappointment, anger and sometimes fear as another episode bears down on you.
I have trouble differentiating between PAC's and afib, and for my money PAC's are nearly as insidious. I feel them almost as strongly as afib, and if I don't push myself they will keep me from living the life I want to lead. I want a life free from all arrhythmias, and I won't quit till I get there!!
You have to fight the bastard.
We'll see if cardioversion is the beginning or the end of my problems. At it worse I was have three or four attacks a night. Found that all sorts of stimulants (caffeine,hawthorn, ginger)help Found by experimentation that number of episode related to lack of exercise. A sufficiently rigorous exercise routine prevented AF. . Ginger pills when I couldn't exercise work but too many cause migraines. All this until the attack last month that put me in atrial flutter.It takes 2or3 days of eating known food triggers to bring on an attack.This shows I have an intolerance not an allergy. Not a good candidate for catheter ablation because of ASD closure device
It is frustrating to feel so tired all the time.
Its extremely frightening, especially when you've been very fit all your life. Worst part, apart from the fear of dying, is the complete lack of control or ability to calm it down in any way.This is a very scary condition. Not knowing what the future will hold. I am engaged at the moment and have to wonder if I will be around long enough to grow old with my fiance. This was the result of a period of severe stress.First episode I stayed in hospital for a week until I reverted. Had Heparin drip for the week and various drips including Digoxin . Finally reverted with Flecainide IV on 5th day and within 1 hour of being given the dose As I had been in AF so long I was kept in for a couple of days after.

When in AF (fast - circa 200 bpm) most effective treatment is Flecainide IV, I now have some Flecainide as "pill in pocket" but have never taken one. I have also had Amioderone through a central line.

Had PVI at Papworth. Very worried before hand but the procedure and hospital stay was fine.

Had chest soreness for 5 or 6 days and very severe heartburn for a couple of weeks.

Feel fine now.
I hope that I can gain an insight to other peoples experiences through this site. I have been a very enegetic person with no major illness. Getting the A-Fib episodes has made me very scared, as I am out of control and really worried that I may die. It has changed my entire life, I had to resign a really good job, enjoy life less, change diet, afraid to go anywhere on my own. I am very tired and drained and frustrated that I cannot have a normal life again. My only hope now is to have the Ablation operation and hope it will cure me.2012- It's been a long couple of months but I'm very hopeful at this point! A word to the wise~ do something about your A-fid rather than putting it off, which makes it much harder to deal with.
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2009- Very disappointed about my condition mainly because I don't ever want to be on any drugs.
CommentsI wish I had more information. My hospital appointed cardiologist is not one to explain much. He has said I should have a catheterization due to an negative stress test which showed blockage during stress. No restriction was seen when at rest. Since I have no insurance, the catheterization will not be done. Has not explained if there are any risks involved, but only said to not worry, and go back to my normal routine.I've gotten to the point where the AF episodes have become disruptive and annoying, so it's time to try the ablation.One of my doctor has caused me much stress by mentioning a pacemaker on more than one occasion as in the cards for me.I am looking for ways to advance exercise without increasing frequency of A-Fib episodes. I have devleoped a whole host of behaviors trying to get in quality workouts - Chicken Noodle soup before workouts - 60 oz gatorade on runs - naps within an hour of hard workouts - etc. Not sure if any of it actually works. have had 4 ER room visits in last 2 months during afib episodes due to rapid heart rate, dizziness, shortness of breath. one cardioversion. very disruptive to life. Just started taurine - converted to NSR during last episode after 30 minutes with taurine. Want to give it a chance before going for ablation. Don't want ablation unless absolutely necessary. Digestive problems - vagal afib.
Very pleased to have the ablation procedure for the WPW and the A fib. Hope that the Flecinade continues to work for the PVCI was pissed off when the Dr. said that I would have AF for the rest of my life....Im determed to keep trying out new therapies if needed. i would like to help someone who has this condition by giving my non medical adviseTo anyone encountering AF...and reading this...Just keep pushing your doctors to get the result you require...catheter ablation may sound nasty and look scary on reading up on it but it aint too big a deal at all and so if you can push to get it done, then do...AF is a shitty condition you would only wish on those who have done you wrong...it controls your life cos you never know when your next episode might kick off...

Good luck to any other sufferers and hope that your episodes are short and get dealt with asap.
Afib is a very debilitating condition for some people such as I experienced. I was feeling very depressed and like I had lost control of my life.
I want to let you know there is a cure in most cases that have no underlying medical condition.
to the person who withdrew due to pain after on hour. Give it another try. If you ask for more sedation they will give it . It is important that you are awake because as I am sure you are aware there are some serious risks involved,
The doc needs yu to tell him if the pain is to severe in case of injury to areas not meant to be ablated.
Just want to know more about atrial fribillation and the recent finding on best and less risky ways to cure it. Also how to best handle it when i get an episode.I do not know why I am having thses episodes of PAFHad catheter ablation Sept 08 but consultant discovered a posteroseptal concealed accessory pathway (a pathway coming in from outside the heart). He ablated the entry point but isn't hopeful of success. However - no episodes since the operation, continuing with Flecainide liquid.nothing has helped with reducing or eliminating my episodesFinding the right specialist is key to beating this condition.
I had many problems with heart medication and it was difficult to find medication that worked and I tolerated. Due to my being so severely ill at one point they had to give me both flecainide and amioderone together which despite the side effects worked to cardiovert me. Unfortunately when my heart flips into AF it is between 170 & 220 beats a minute and needs to be acted on quickly as my heart function is now compromised. I will be on medication for life now.
It was a difficult decision to have the ablation first time round and even more so the second but I had been in hospital 7 times before the first and 4 more times before the second (11 in total in 18 months). My quality of life was very poor which helped me make the decision.Episodes once a month resolve with Flecainide as 'pill in the pocket' in 1 to 3 hours. This I can live with while I watch the technology of ablations rapidly progress. I would hope to get an ablation before age 65.Lived 23 years with no problem with my heart or other health problems. Good health prior to developing AF. When first occurred had no idea what was happening and had never heard of it.

I am a Police Officer that works shift obviously meaning nightshift. Doctor said that change in body clock very frequently could of set it off. Also the Police has a culture of alcohol consumption when no on duty. Used to drink daily. Did not drink daily to excess, maybe 3 to 4 drinks. But on weekends I would binge drink.

I miss my beer. :-)
Unexplained episodes starting 15 years ago, only recently diagnosed the last 6 months. High Blood Pressure for many yrs. Episodes generally hit without warning. Breif blackouts proceed some episodes. Heart rate and blood pressure higher than hospital equipment able to register. Over the years, had heart stopped twice, the third time this was attempted it didn't work, remained hospitalized and started med. therapy. Not sure what I need to do next. Atril Fibulation is a pain but I try and grind my way thru it and just learn to deal with it. So far it has not really slowed me down but it seems to be getting worse. I would definitely see an Electrophyisoligitst instead of a normal Cardiologist. That was a mistake I made and I think it really set me back for a long time. CommentsLiving with afib is not fun. Would like to try vitimin alternatives to the antiarhythmic drugs such as Q10, vitimin C, B-complex, magnesium etc. Can anyone recommend anything?I am really sick of having AF, my days are filled with trying to fit everything into one day, ( very difficult when I am sometimes in AF 6 hours to 10 hours at a time.)
I can only walk a few steps to the bathroom, or to make tea when I am in AF, as I feel too breathless and faint when I move about too much.
Having it for 32 years the biggest problem is mentally trying to calm yourself that you are not going to die from this. Must make sure you are on blood thinners, my sister had a stroke from AF because she refused the blood thinnersDo not drink (Quit), do not smoke, very little sodium, no external MSG, low fat diet, no diet soda, I eat mostly fresh foods, and am on a diet for the last two years, and lost over 100 lbs. Drink plenty of water, and moderate exercise. Try to eliminate stress as much as possible, as I used to be high strung and was easy to get into rage situations. A Total life style adjustment, but feel much better. In 6 years at least 20 episodes, but they are becoming more frequent. sibling has same condition but is on sotalol
Reading other entries I see some similarities with other respondents
I particular there seems to be a self limiting element which givesa a period of normal rhythm after an episode. The longer the episode of AF the longer the respite period. On occasions when an episode has been cut short by excercise then it seems to return sooner (based on experience before taking flecainide)
My life has been transformed by reading Hans Larsen's publication "Atrial Fibrillation Towards a Cure" in which I read that often the Af could be halted by taking a bolus of 250 mgs of Flecainide as soon as the AF started.I have been doing this for several years now and it has saved an enormous amount of visits to casualty and subsequent cardioversion.My resting HR is 50 and when I go into AF my ventricular rate is 170 so my body is extremely stressed and I am unable to do anything until I am back in SR I have had a small stroke from my Af causing right sided hemiparesisMedication makes me feel tired and listless.But i am very optomistic about the future. A few years is a very long time in medicine and i am sure that an effective treatment is just around the corner. So hang in there fellow sufferers.

And if yours is triggered by high blood pressure.ask your doctor about amlodopine it has made my life much better.
Best wishes
Despite the docs assurance that this is just a condition of inconvenience, a lack of sleep, feer to travel anywhere without modern medical facilites, and a general lack of ability to focus on daily responsibilities due to this "jolt" that occurs is depressing.

I think the biggest problem is the speed at which are medical system works. Slow would not describe it. Take a test...make an appointment a month from now, try this pill, take another test, more pills.
I'm sure I sound whiny to you folks out there that have far more trouble. To you I apologize and admire your stamina. I don't seem to be able to get my reponse to the attacks or the fear of them under control. It just feels so awful in my chest when it happens.I still can't believe how much this condition has affected my life. I barely left my house at all for two years. I was exhausted and out of breath and had this horrible feeling of dread all the time. I lost my job because I couldn't cope with things that I had done very well for over 10 years. Only someone else with the condition could begin to understand. Your friends, family and coworkers think you're crazy. There would be months between doctor's appointments and in the meantime you're having to decide on a daily basis whether to take yourself into the emergency room or not. Thank you so much for this website. It's helped me more than anything else.starting at 12 years old experienced STV regularly during vigorous sport workouts. especially prevalent on sports requiring sudden movement such as jumping (basketball, volleyball). was highly conditioned, elite athlete during late teens thru late 20's. as i got older (around 35 or so) condition changed to A-Fib. episodes would occur with no apparent pattern or trigger. i studied every possible cause including diet, sleep patterns, environment, stress, etc. No pattern or cause developed. Episodes would occur sometines twice weekly or sometimes not for 4 months. Very frustrating! The only possible trigger i could discover was alcohol. I was a weekend-only drinker during this period. I gave up all alcohol for 10+ years. That slowed, but did not eliminate the episodes. Most recently, i have given up all caffiene (although i was not really a heavy user - 2 cups of tea a day); and as of 11/11/06 started on regimen of Flecainide (100mgs 2X/day). Have not had an episode since 11/11. But i have often gone this long without an attack. So i have my fingers crossed. I'm told i am not a candidate for ablation based on frequency. I sometimes think that I could be weaned off of the drugs, but my doctors are hesitant.My condition has gotten markedly worse in the last 3 months enough that it has started to scare me. I want to learn all I can about it & get better!Remember that it is your heart and if you are not happy with anything DO NOT let it go ahead. It seems that atriall fibrilltion cannot be cured only minimised and something like flecainide has serious effects on other drugs which doctors may want to give in the future.
Warafin usage in the U.K. is standard practise in a lot of places but if you are not happy with it TELL THEM.
My consultant said that at the age of 50 the risk of a blood clot in the brain far outwieghed the benefits of taking warfarin full time . Also was unhappy at being kept at very high levels 4-4.5 for weeks at a time.


I wish i did not have this condition however lots of people have far far worse conditionsA recent diet to loose half a stone, unexpectedly reduced the bouts of AF down to about once every 10 days from about twice weekly, presumably as I ate less in the evenings and drank less alcohol overall.
Most bouts start in the early hours of the morning and the constant visits to the toilet to relieve the accompanying urination are particularly annoying as my sleep pattern is disturbed.
Thanks for an excellent site - we`re not alone.

Whe I first had AF episodes I used to get really worried. Now I see them as a nuisance which can make things like travelling overseas a problem as you are always wondering if the 'devil' is going to show up.Very frustration and depressing, poor sleep as lying down big trigger now.CommentsLike most A/F sufferers it took me a couple of months to come to terms with the condition but I am now learning to live with it, although, when in A/F,I can't do anything energetic, hence my going down the PVI route.If this doesn't work the next step is going to be ablate and pace with the down side of staying on meds for life.
Update, now off all meds since the PVI and I cant praise Dr.Waktari at the Liverpool CTCL ENOUGH.
I don't really think about my condition too much, just get on with enjoying life. The only worry is if I pass out and I am on my own with my two children. I was diagnosed with atrial cardiomyopathy when I had first episode, but this has been cured.
I had a year without an episode up to April this year (2006).
I have had PAF recently which the flecainide seemed to put a halt to in combination with exercise & an increase betablocker dose( 10mg from 5mg per day).
I think this could be due to drinking too much tea, which I am now stopping. I had already given up coffee.
I have found AF takes over the organisation of one's life a bit and this can be frustrating but I want to not let it interfere too much with my quality of life....though it does! The risk of stroke worries me more than anything and I find that really scarey. My father had AF and started as I have in his sixties. He was put on Dijoxin. He died of a stroke when he was 74. I hope I will be able to live longer!Although the maze surgery was not completely succesful for me, due to my congenital heart disease history, I recommend all people to consider this operation. Quality of life certainly increases and risk for complications, like stroke or heart failure decreases.Tambocor worked beautifully untill 6 months ago. I was on a home monitor an a 13 beat wide complex tachycardia was detected. Since then I was tried on Sotolol, which failed to prevent AF, and now on Tikosyn which isn't doing a very good job.Follow up data for the pulmonary veins ablation will be
needed.
Thank goodness for this excellent site. Notice several patients on site have Asthma - wonder if cause may be related to stress/lifestyle we now have with ever increasing allergies i.e. pollution? Very frustrating diagnosis- I did not even know I had it until an EKG. All down hill from there.First early episodes were diagnosed as "panic attacks". Holter monitor showed nothing, of course. Within last 5 months, fibrillation was much stronger and I was not "panicing". Drove to a friend who is a cardiologist and he immediately diagnosed the problem. Atenolol and wafarin, then my first cardioversion. Had exactly 24 hours of blissful sinus rhythm, then started fluttering and 100-115 heart rate. Increased atenolol an added flecainide, then a second cardioversion. Regular sinus with flutter episodes since then. And really, really tired. Reading all of the other entries has been very helpful.I learned that intense irregular heart beats can cause a stroke but it was after my stroke that I learned this.I played football in college and was a competitive racquetball player. I also used to ride 100-150 mile bike tours. I am now out of breath climbing a set of steps and struggle to force myself to work out. I feel every irregular beat that my heart makes and it is very annoying. It creates a sense of anxiety.
Ever since the PVAI surgery, I feel great. Still a little winded but it's getting better.

I find that people don't realise that you can be in so much pain when in af, my symptoms are breathless, faint, weak, I have to lie down after afew minutes of walking about and like a kick in the chest when it goes back into a normal rhythm.

And that I feel I am running a marathon while sat down.

I have suffered for over 25 years, some years were better than others. As I have gotten older my AF has gotten worse. This past year I had 2 PVA's and there is a possibility a third one will be needed. My most recent cardioversion was a month ago. After each medication change, ablation or cardioversion I get atleast 4 weeks of NSR and then it starts all over again. This has been pretty devastating and I find myself very tearful and depressed a lot of the time, especially when I start to feel a flutter and wonder if I'm going into AF again. GP's OK but don't really seem to appreciate the mental effect this can have, as they merely see it as 'not life threatening' and tell you to get on with your life. Easier said than done. Cardiologist seemed more in tune with the psychological effects illness can have but no real answers. I really hate the idea of being on drugs for the rest of my life. Great to find this site and realise you are not alone.looking for options10 yrs ago was running marathons and competing in triathlons. Have noticed attacks becoming more frequent. heart jumped out 4 days after first pvi, second op gave me 3 months of joy. waiting for a cardioversion to hopefully get rid of flutter. seeing doctor end of jan to discuss long term prospectsI would like to obtain further information on my condition , the medication I am on side effects and the long term picture. I feel that the attitude of the health professionals I have dealt with is very hands off. I am concerned that as soon as my AF was diagnosed further investigation such as its cause were ignored as were other heart related "symptoms" which pre-date the AF.In addition to the history of cardiac problems mentioned above there is also Diabetes and Thyroid illness in my family and I want to explore any links. I have a three year old daughter and another child is due in June.I feel I owe it to my wife and children to find out more about my postion in both the short and long term.My father was diagnosed with AF in his fifties. My brother was idagnosed in his forties and I was diagnosed in my fifties. Wonder about genetic link.CommentsI find AF to be like walking around with a time bomb in my chest, never certain whether today is going to be an AF day or a good day. I just wish that i could find every trigger for these events so that I could avoid them. That is the biggest mystery for me, one day there is A Fib and the next day it is gone, why?cardiologist is starting me on flecainide, i am a little concerned to start my first antiarrythmia drug, but my
episodes have become more frequent and longer in duration,
i also am having short bursts of palpitations several times a day. inactivity and fear of raising my heart rate during exercise is affecting my general health and weight gain since diagnosis.
I feel that the Radio Frequency Ablation is the way to go - it is much better than the drugs - which are poisons - and do not seem to work after awhile. There is another procedure to cure AF which is with laser. With Atrial Fibrillation it is very frightening - it is constantly in the back of your mind - with modern medicine strides have been enormous in the last two years even - there will be a cure for this condition.This is debilatating but living with it for as long as I have makes it seem part of every day life. A cure or part cure for AF would be great! I hope the PVI does it.My espidoes of PAF are blessedly infrequent. Always puts me into the hospital. Generally only for a few hours. I like my current meds and I have good control. My main problem is PVCs. When I get episodes it lasts off and one for days or weeks. My chesk muscles and sternum get sore. I can live with my condition at present. My doctor mentioned ablation for PAF but it is not bad or frequent enough to justify the risks. Ablation does not help PVCs which is my major problem. My suggestions for someone diagnosed with paroxismal AF is to treat it aggressively to prevent it progressing to the chronic stage, avoid the usual early treatment with Digoxin which can make it worse, be very aggessive re diet and supplementation before resorting to surgery, but consider surgery before the AF gets chronic, understand that a different ablation approach is needed for chronic AF than for paroxismal AF, and subscibe to Medscape (free) for the most current info on allopathic approaches to AF. If you are taking Amiodarone be sure to have your liver enzymes checked regularly. This website is a great idea. It is always some comfort to know you're not alone with these things. My Cardiologists have been really good, although I do get the impression that AF and in particular PAF is regarded by the medical profession as more of a "nuisance" than a real condition!Lost 40+ lbs in the 18 months prior to AFIB diagnostics (thank God!), and I attribute my comparatively mild symptoms (when in
AFIB) to that.
Seeking history of people who have already been treated with pulmonary vein ablation to find out about results on the long term.
I am concerned about the number of people having stomach problems together with AF. My GP and Cardio keep saying there is no relation .....

Good luck to all of you trying to get this condition 'solved'
Improve my health by working on what I call sensible recovery from my Pulmonary vein isolation procedure. This involves a daily exercise program of walking and slowly increasing the intensity over many months. Stretching and self massaging my body on a daily basics is also very important. Very light weights are also important especially if one is not physical active. I have found that through all the years of having ASD and AFIB that being physically active (but not over stressing my heart ) is the best medicine. Any kind of house chores I do, painting, gardening, up and down stairs, and much more. For me the important point to remember is not to over exert. Over exerting or doing nothing always caused me AFIB problems. I feel it is very important to exercise my heart through the range of 55 bpm to 110 bpm every day or another way of expressing this is to say I do about 3 hours of moderate activity a day.

This complaint has not been taken seriously by GP's. When I lived in London, my GP told me it was "my age" I was 46 at the time. He took notice though when I walked into his surgery a month later with a sitting heartbeat of 140.
I think things are a bit better now. I was treated at Harefield up until recently and they were very good.
When I first git it the registrar told me stright that it gets worse. I hated him for it at the time but am grateful in retrospect.I changed my life. Moved to the seaside, gave up my high stress job, focussed on things I wanted to do. Because of these things I can try and see a positive side to having it. I would not be living here by the lovely coast if I had not developed it. I would still be a work rat in London.
On the flecanide, I could feel a pain in my chest when I forgot a pill. This helped me to remember to take them.

My mother and my Aunt both had Attrial Fib and my mother says her grandmother probably did as well.
My family have a history of thyroid with my grandmother and my sister badly affected. Three cousins also affected by thyroid. Also a wide ranging number of diabetics. I have not tested positive to either problem. Since had first contact with a cousin in New Zealand, both he and his mother have same problem - familial?I am not sure how long I have had the condition. Was told after I had a TIA. The more research I do the more I think I could have had the condition for many years. It is getting worse up from 31% last year to 42% this year. I have little faith in the meds every working and I certainly do not want to take ones that make you feel awful. I think I have the Vagal type which would explain the averse effect of the beta blockers. I am really glad that I found this site, if helps to know that there are other like me. I only wish that the medical proffession took the condition more seriously, I know it will not kill you, but the symptoms are not very pleasentThis is a very scary condition when it first happens to you. I have been looked at by medics and told my condition is not life threatening although I am supposed to take daily aspirin to minimise the risks of stroke when the attacks occur.
The worst thing for me now is that when these attacks happen I feel tired and weak whilst in AF and for a day or so afterwards (the latter I suspect because I have been taking Propanolol during the attack and it stays in the system). I cannot run or cycle when these attacks occur which is very frustrating as I really enjoy both and know that I am losong a great source of stress relief. When I am in AF I feel it is difficult to cope with even minimal stress levels and this just increases my anxiety about the attack.
Graham has been unwell for 18mths now and his G.P. wouldn't listen. In the end he and the G.P. Had words and Graham hasn't been back.
ALL HE AND I WANT IS FOR HIM TO LEAD A NORMAL HAPPY RETIREMENT.
At Present he has been refered to a G.P. Who has an interest in herbal remedies. She has put him on Magnesium Potassium and vitimum "C"
Also the DR Peter J. A'damo book eat right for your blood type.
Hates all the awful side effects that the medications bring.
He is so frustrated with the inactivity and wants to get back to a normal life.
30.04.05 Graham saw the cardiologist 2 weeks ago. He was very pleased that Graham was looking so much better without the meds. Did an ECG and his heart is still barreling along at the rate of knots which is not good. He talked about ablation versus pacemaker. Unfortunately neither procedure are done in our local hospital. Means a visit to either Christchurch for ablation or Hamilton for the pacemaker. Asked about the Maze procedure.It hasn't reached our friendly isles yet!! Must ask if it is done in Australia, will go there if need be!!
Graham will have to go back on warfarin prior to having any procedure done which dosen't thrill him. We don't know why his body is reacting so badly to the meds. Has always been able to take meds in the past.
I wish that there was more info available on the internet about this. The American Cardiology and all those other sites dont seem to be satisfactorily researching the vagal miediated type of af which I am almost convinced is whats happened with me. I found a anon website www.vagalafibinfo.fsnet.co.uk/vmpaf_faq.htm. This site made the most sense to me and while I know its not been done by a medical professional, it has been done by a sufferer of af. Can you please advise if there are any other sites that I can go to? Are there any clinicla trials that you are aware of?..Ive ticked the boxes below for treatments received over all of the episodes Ive had. I may have missed some...thanks..james kerrigan I feel that proceedures and treatments are too few and far between to have any impact on af, that this condition is stressful enough without all the waiting, don`t know if this is due to N.H.S. limitations or hospital proceedure.
27.3.06. update, I feel that the medication side effects are part of the problem. Still hoping for a cure that would end or reduce the need for the meds.
Google: statins + "vagal tone" for more details.
My last extended vagal AF episode was in November 2009, which was eight months after stopping Lipitor (20mg/day), and three months after starting Crestor (5mg, every third day). Since then I have had infrequent short AF episodes. I have entirely lost that "on the edge", vulnerable feeling that accompanied vagal AF. I can now enjoy the occasional Guiness and chocolate with no ill effects. The change is so remarkable that at this point I feel that I can point directly to Lipitor as a root cause of my AF. Also, I had my cholesterol checked six weeks after starting Crestor, and my total cholesterol was 170 with good LDL. My strength and general health are coming back.
Because I am taking Crestor for cholesterol, I have switched to a vegan diet (based on "The China Study"). As a result of that, I have, with my doctors help, reduced Crestor to 5mg one every third day.

4/2012: I have had no a-fib now for over a year. So am trying to cut back a bit on the Flecainide. Because of my vegan diet, I thought that I might not be getting enough iron, iodine, and selenium. It feels like that has stabilized my heart rhythm somewhat.

7/2012: After the 4/2012 experiment I found that I needed the 150 mg of Flecainide a day after all. Still no problem with a-fib. I eat some Product 19 cereal for the iron. I'm still eating a pesca-vegan diet (see "The China Study").

10/2013: After the stress of the great Boulder flood and an accompanying virus, I had my first multi-day AF in years. Went to the doc who checked on ozone in the household air (from my electronic air cleaner which ran 24/7 after the flood) and saw studies implicating ozone and AF. So I got a new air cleaner, (see http://envirosept.com/) that produces no ozone. So far so good with the new air cleaner.

2/2014: Confirmed that new air cleaner solved the AF problem last fall.
CommentsThe Cardiologist Consultants I have seen have been excellent but I get very frustrated with other doctors, as they seem to think it is a very minor complaint and that you are making a mountain out of a mole hill.I would like to hear from anyone who had nightmares from beta-blockers who switched to another medication that was successful in stopping the problem. If I could lick that and get better sleep, I could live with this condition. You may contact me at: FRGlaser@aol.com. Thank you. The thought of this afflication for one more day, never mind the next 30 years, drives me crazy!I also have Ulcerative Colitis - and take Asacol to control. This has no performance side effects.
However, I wonder if Aspirin is reducing muscle efficiency, and Flecainaide is holding me back at the extremes of performance requirements.
thanks very much for your significant contributionMost of my problems are due to my own stupidity. I have come to realise over the years that AF is not a sprint - it is a marathon! So settle in to it, get used to it and prepare for the long haul! All the indulgencies in life trigger me, and sometimes spontaneously starts with no trigger. Sometimes a brisk walk after a couple hours of AF can help it to convert. From what I understand, paroxismal AF is much more symptomatic than the chronic form (although I'll take it anyway over chronic). But I do get very fast rate, dizzyness, anxiety, and shortness of breath.

It is comforting to have found a group of fellow (and lady)
afibbers.
I AM A REAL OPTIMIST AND AM SURE THAT A CURE FOR THE AF IS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME AWAY.
THEY SEEM TO BE WORKING AT IT AND WE MUST WORK TOWARDS MUCH
BETTER DAYS AHEAD.
I USED TO GET VERY WORRIED WHEN I TRIPPED OUT BUT I AM LEARNING THAT ALTHOUGH VERY UNPLEASANT IT IS NOT REALLY DANGEROUS. HANG IN THERE FELLOW AF SUFFERERS.
Most bouts occur in the early hours of the morning for me anytime betwen 02:30 and 04:30. The transition between being asleep with a nice slow hearbeat and waking up seems to be where it all goes wrong. Can't seem to make up its mind whether to start beating quicker or not so starts throwing a wobbly. I have had a couple in the afternoon at rest after I have been doing some particularly manual work at home. As time goes by, I am learning to cope with it and not get so worried as I did at first and the bouts only stop on their own when I am half lying down on my left side. Most of the information I have found about this menace has been from the Internet and the Afib support group on Yahoo has been invaluable.
Having discounted alcohol and caffeine as a trigger, I am now embarking on the process that dehydration may be a cause and drinking plenty of water - so far so good, but I'm always aware that uncle Afib may just be lurking round the corner.
I hope this information helps someone else out there. It is a frustrating and frightening condition.I have been a very healthly person all my life. I did have some lifestyle changes to make which has been good for me in general. I am trying to lose weight and do more exercise. AF is not fun and very scary to me. I am comforted to know there are other people with whom I can share my experiences with and get support from. I miss being able to do the things I used to. I probably have had this for some time and it just never became bad until now. All docs until now never took the time to check my complaints and questions about. I am my own best advocate. I say keep asking until you get answers.Recently found that taking Magnesium supplements have decreased frequency, duration and discomfort of afib episodes.It's so nice to have found your site and hopefully we can all be of help to one another in some way or another.I am speculating that the bout I had with pneumonia caused the afib. I converted to afib two weeks after each of the first two electric cardioversions. Each time was preceded by a demanding physical exertion for a long period.Hang in there i was lucky to find a Doctor that was very aggresive in finding a fix for me or to help the problem is still there but it is alot more under controlTwo attacks within days recently, hoping it is not the beginning of a pattern. Stay tuned...Considering PVA if episodes incease in frequencyLooking at this database I must be the only person that has benefited from Sotalol. Up until 3 months ago the AF was a pain as it interferred with the hockey I play. In over half of games I would get AF. I was able to continue but my recovery period from running was extended and I enjoyed it less. I then started Sotalol on the recommendation of my cardio (having tried various other drugs with limited or no benefit). Initially the side effects were quite bad but I stuck with it and these improved. Now, I have been playing twice a week for 3 months with no AF! Brilliant!!
I now only get some AF in the evenings but that has relatively little impact on my lifestyle.
Around the same time I started on Sotalol I increased my cod liver oil capsules to 2p.d. and reduced the glucosamine I take for my joints to 1000 mg p.d., but I don't think this was responsible for the improvement in the AF.
I have found the af websites v interesting and wish that heart specialists knew more about VAFCommentsinterested in other reports of sweating as I exhibit this with the condition
initial presentation was syncope but previous bouts of dizziness probably due to AF
consultant says that syncope not a sign of AF but other websites indicate that it can be
I had complained for years of 'pain' for lack of a better term. Since we were unsuccessful in recording an episode, I was told it was panic attacks. I continued on 'dealing' with the pain. My heart rate was always high. Dutring endurance events, it would not recover. I think doctors need to LISTEN more to what patients say. The only person who knows how I feel is me. After all these years, I feel frustratedGood Luck and Good Health to all!Being on Tambocor has been an issue because of the number of other drugs that I cannot take because of potential interactions.

Being tired all the time cretainly does not help matters either....
It appears I fall into the category of a vagal AF sufferer as typified by age and sex, fit and athletic as illustrated by low heart rate (mine is 54 the day and was 48 in my twenties). Certainly two (and possibly four) of my episodes seem to be 'postural' in nature. All of them have involved high-intensity activity that has elevated the heart rate. The reversion after vagal manoevres seems to further confirm the vagal-nature of the attacks. In addition to the 'activity' element there also appears to be a co-existing factor that seems to have possibly 'imbalanced' the autonomic nervous system. The toxins, alcohol and aspartame, have been mentioned previously. If the episodes had been solely activity-initiated I would sureIy have had many more episodes as I have regularly participated in rugby, soccer, athletics and weight training. I have tried to manage the potential triggers but it is not easy as regards the food-chain toxins.I appreciate everyone's contribution to this website and the yahoo support group. Without it, I would not be seeing Dr. Natale next month. There is no one in Hawaii who does the RF ablation so I figured I would wait for the best.8/10/2004 will see me getting a Medtronic AT500 PaceMaker.
The Medicines have failed, and even in the Dr's Office, from one second to 50 seconds later, my pulse will wildly fluctuate from 34 to 150+... and the blood pressure "Flys" along with my pulse. My pace will be 65, and even though I'm only 54, I feel like my heart is 90, and my activities reflect that fact. I'm bed-ridden most of the time, and really important events happen, and I just MISS THEM. I'm really tired of missing out on life. Even if I'm not in bed, I have to watch out that I don't "Pass Out" with the ever-changing pressures. 4 syncope's in just the last 2 months. Good Lord Willing, by Tuesday, 8/10/04 at about Noon CDT-USA, I'll be on an even kiel, just beating along, pumping away, and I can forget the gremlin that took the place of my heart.
My first episode was 8 years ago, then off and on every six months. Of course I didn't seek help until 18 months ago. Cardiac rhythm specialist tried King of Hearts monitor 6 months ago for a month, but had no episodes. Two weeks ago my wife and I started the Atkins Diet, after four days I had them off and on all day. Short 2 minute episodes every 15-20 minutes(which I have never had), and usually either a :40 or 2 hr. also. They put me back on the KOH monitor and was diagnosed AF for first time.I am interested in IV magnesium, can anybody tell me how I would organise this?I think it is very difficult to fully understand anyone elses 'predicament' unless one has had personal experience. I really wish a time were near when all AF sufferers could be taken a bit more seriously by the medical profession. My own experience has been that because my attacks are (or have been so far) relatively infrequent, I shoud just get on with my life. I guess easier said than done! Keep beating as normally as you can, friends.My AF episodes alwayes require a trip to the ER. I neglected to go once and was put on warfarin for 6 weeks before the cardioversion. Chemical cardioversion worked once only (Pronestyl), the other times it was electrical.
My advice: go to the ER inside 24h of the beginning of AF.
After recent A & E admission I am to have a 24 hr halter ECG and my medication increased to 3x50mg per dayI`ve been almost symptom free since I stopped working a month ago.I was having breakthrough every weekend(I work on weekends)and since then not one breakthrough..I only feel flutter when laying down or feeling anxiety..so far, AF is an occaisonal 'pain-in-the-rear' & 'inconvenience' -- but overall it is not 'debilitating'; during light AF episodes, I often can pretty much 'carry on' with whatever activity I'm engaged in, including meetings & exercise (but need to carefully watch / monitor / avoid sudden, large increases in stress or physical demands); for many episodes, I can just concentrate on deep-breathing / (meditative) calm & 'weather' the episode at the 'minor inconvenience' level; perhaps 2-3x/year I have (more) 'major' episodes which cause me to need to 'retreat' / 'retire' from whatever I'm doing -- &, generally, to sleep / rest for up to half-a-day before the (more severe) symptoms go away.

Often, the symptoms will start with a feeling of tension in the area of my left carotid artery (like a tense knot) -- or I will feel a 'conflicting beat' (or beats) in the atrium of my heart (which I call an 'instantaeous knot') -- after which the AF episode will begin.

The episode typically will end in a (somewhat) similar way to how it began -- i.e., I will feel (instead of an ongoing irregular heartbeat) a 'tension' around the heart -- & (after a sort of 'soft knot' feeling) the atrium simply will start to synchronize again -- after which all will be 'just fine' (most often this occurs virtually 'instanteously' -- meaning, I can't remember any case where I went in & out of AF, or where there were ANY 'false (re)starts' re coming out of the AF -- when I was 'ready'; also, sometimes, say 5-10 minutes before I come out of AF, I feel that I am about to come out of AF 'soon' -- & almost always do come out when that feeling occurs
unsure if this was a one off or will occur again.
history of AF in family.
shit of a problem LOL In all my research, the most enlightning was a more newfound knowledge for Vit. C. www.paulingtherapy.com and magnesium. It is my present opinion, and after reading everyone's posts here, that there is a direct correlation with the need for vit. c. This nutrient is very important for the making of collagen which keeps our body's elasticity working. The heart and vessels leading to the heart needs this mostly, but so do our rotator cup, knees, hips, backs, skin, etc... There are allergy and asthma sufferers here that need more C & Mg., esp. C. Did you know that the plaque that forms on the artery walls is not the problem, but the body trying to fix a crack in the vessel from lack of collagen to keep the vessel supple. Maybe that is the problem with the heart. The elasticity is wearing out and the nerves are following a corrosive path. Maybe we are just experiencing AF as a debillitating sympton of a worsening condition and we are fortunate enough to have the foresight to correct the problem. It certainly is not an overnight fix, as we wish it would be, but it was not overnight that we developed this condition. Remember, as well, that all nutrients work synergistically, and the multi-vit. is just as important, because we need extra B vit. as well. Just my hypothesis and I will let you know my outcome. I am presently taking 3000mg of C, working up to 10,000 per day, along with all the above mentioned nutrients.

This disease takes a lot of the fun out of your life as you spend too much time worring about staying in Sinus.
I don't thing there is miracle cure for Afib and it seems like chronic condition which is here to stay. Only thing we can do is to control triggers and make sure afib does not cause some other damage (stroke). In my opinion Afib belons to the same category as diabetis or hipertension - they can not be cured but can be controled and by doing so hopefuly be able to live long and reasonably healthy life. I has a sudden onset of fast AF 13 months ago and have had several cardioversions. The medication has only controlled my heart rate. I have tricuspid regurge and enlarged right and left atriums. It'a mystery to my cardiologists and have now been referred for surgery. I am allergic to warfrin and take phenindione and frusimide which are not included in the list of medications. And have been on several medications which on have not maintained normal sinus rhythm. Had all the "tests" done when at the ER, no heart problems.CommentsI am basically asymptomatic and don't feel my problem. It was detected during lab work for another condition.I am happy that this support group exists.While this is a frightening condition, when it is not evident I lead a very active life. I find the social aspect irksome
in that it is disheartening (no pun intended!) to go out for dinner/parties etc. and watch others seemingly eat and
drink whatever they want with no apparent side effects - but heh that's life.

I do have a suspicion that hard exercise in the over forties has something to do with this. I think this is a relatively
recent phenomena (exercise over 40 that is) and I have lost count of the number of people I have talked to who
know someone who has this and is quote 'really fit'. I like most here have not stopped exercising, I have tried to
limit it to < 80% of max, in the theory that keeping fit should help - but I have my doubts!

This is a great database, a shared problem and all that.....
I had an ASD closure on 8/5/02. There is a chance my AF will go away within 6 months. If after that point, I'm still feeling the same way I am going to pursue abalation. I have been lucky so far not have gone through all the terrible (seemingly unhelpful) drug regimens that so many people have done, but putting up with almost daily AF is very annoying and debilitating. I'm going to wait another three months and go from there. 7/7/03: I had a right side RF ablation and it was very succesful. I am now waiting until my 1 year anniversary for my ASD closure and hoping to get a left side ablation. 11/03: Had left side ablation -- failed. Starting Sotolol.Fed up and wish the Drs would appreciate the impact on lifestyleI would never know that I have this if I would not check my pulse or monitor my BP. It does not bother me at all!!!the usual, I want my life backI apparently am one of the fortunate ones that has the situation completely controllable with flecainide. I would like to know if anyone has experience with the sort of left-side ablation that I am contemplating. Also I would like to know if anyone familiar with flecainide has any information about symptoms similar to mine and/or any information as to how to combat these symptoms.I am delighted with the AFIB list because I will learn a lot and perhaps be able to prevent episodes of AF and in addition,I feel supported by the Moderators and the rest of the members. I hope the best for all of you suffering with this life ruining problemThis condition is a bugger and is making me severely depressed especially as otherwise I am healthy.I can't do the things I want to do.
Good luck to all my fellow sufferers!
I have had several tests for any heart irregularities but fortunately there appears to be no abnormalities.

My mother had AF in her later years after she was 70 or so - she lived to be 84. My sister has occasional bouts of AF and my brother has been diagnosed with left branch bundle block and also has attacks of AF. He is on warfarin and digoxin which to date seems to contol episodes. He is 52 and my sister 64.
This is a new health problem for me, I need to find good information on treatment and lifestyle changes. Not being medically minded the terminology is often confusing.I have paroxismal lone atrial fibrillation of the vagal variety. Knowing what I know now... I wish I wouldn't have been put on drugs at all. These drugs send you down a slippery slope. The drugs seem to work for a while but then your body develops a resistence to them and higher and higher levels are required until you virtually become addicted and can't get off of them. If I had to do it over again I wouldn't take daily drugs but only take a drug if I went into AF to keep the heart rate down.I have electronic recordings of my heartbeats in different
states.
Could I add some picture ,to this data base ,for common use ?
Symptoms of episodes are fatigue (extreme washed out feeling), sometimes dizziness, sometimes mild angina.

My GP told me about 2 years ago that I have a very mild hiatal hernia which doesn't require any treatment at the present time.

I am so grateful that I can take these meds with relatively no side effects.
I still have irregular and skipped beats especilly if I don't take it on time but, basically, it doesn't effect my life on
day to day basis.
My concern is for the long term. Will the meds work forever? Will I tolerate them forever? Luckily, I have good
health insurance but I know that Tambacor is over $200 a bottle. Can I afford it the rest of my life?
My cardiologist thinks that treating this prob. with Digoxin and Coumadin in younger, otherwise healthy people
with no cardiac pathology is out of date. The trouble is....where ever you present with the problem, you have to
hope that the doctor who sees you knows the up-to-date treatment.

I have suffered with extreme depression since I was diagnosed.CommentsMy pattern of PAF is strongly vagal.I was on digoxin, in combination with various antiarrhymathics, for over 2 years and then read that digoxin can aggravate vagal A-fib. I therefor stopped taking digoxin (but continued with flecainide). The effect was dramatic but temporary. I had no A-fib for 74 days after I stopped the digoxin (by comparison I had been averaging about one event every 3 days before). Unfortunately after the 74 days my A-fib returned with a vengence. After suffering for 20 years with AF and taking most of the tablets in the book I became permanant. But I have managed to stop the permanent AF, and seemingly most runs of paroxysmal AF through good nutrition and ommitting any food additives.

Dr's should be educated on the side effects of these tablets and not label the many side effects as different diseases. I have been given many labels for side effects of tablets and effects of AF (they include menieres disease, migraine, Myalgic Encephelomylitis, Central sleep apnoea and epilepsy).

Footnote
I now know that most of these symptoms are the result of oxidative stress.
One of the most positive things to happen was to discover websites. Even the best doctors STILL cannot grasp the problem of Afib. My own symptoms are exactly like many of the other suffers and i can understand immediately their particular problem and the situation they find themselves in.I have received great comfort from this list and it's wealth of experience. Thank you!I look forward to using your database and the support group until "a cure" is discovered or I can get this under control. I receive a lot of prayer.I find this all kind of scarey. I think I become my own worst enemy with the anxiety the diagnosis has created for me. I have never liked hearing my heartbeat. Never used to and now I am aware of it most of the time. (My worst experience as a kid was at the museum of science and industry in Chicago, IL where they had a large human heart that you walked through - complete with beating sounds. Scared me to pieces at age 4 or so. And I always hated Poe's Tell Tale Heart. Interesting, huh?My brother also has this condition. No other relatives have it.

Has anyone received any disbility allowances or had to leave work?
Overall I'm just tired of dealing with it. I'm fairly
well controlled so that I don't worry much about it.
But for how long? As you can see I've done my fair share
of meds.
Dont think I will ever take Amiadorone.
If this condition gets unbearable would consider the MAZE to get my life back.
Would give ablation a go if I have the correct type of arrythmia.
Would try pacemaker etc.
Anybody know of a convenient, reasonably priced, acurate device to measure the Afib/heart state[!]
please let me know.

Good luck to all who have this condition..
I am 52 years old, have been a health 'fanatic' all my life - extremely fit, healthy and disciplined. As a child I suffered some kind of rheumatic fever, then throughout my life I have been a highly allergic person to pollens, animals, straw, dust, feathers and certain foods (milk, MSG, some colorings and additives etc). I first started have heart 'flutters' about 3 years ago. My AF's have got worse as I have had more and more medications for the condition. I used to have them intermittantly now, now chronic ... meaning they are always there ... I can feel them currently 'beneath' the amiodarone I was put on 4 weeks ago. Have had 7x cardioversions in hospital since Xmas (6 months ago) and now it is suggested I have ablation therapy but I've yet to see any postings on the internet on any channel which yells success with this therapy - most say still need medication, many say had to have 2 or 3 and others say it didn't help at all. Would appreciate any comments from others.The medicinal treatment of AF is an evolving process and in itself is an inexact science. Pay very close attention to the drugs being prescribed. Force yourself to understand the possible adverse reactions. Question your physician completely on symptoms you should look out for and be certain to report them in detail and MOST importantly get a response from your physician that he is aware of the symptoms you have reported.I was very frightened last year particularly at the risk of side effects from amioderone.Now I am comforted by the 6 month checks I am living a normal busy existence pretty happily.I AM DISSAPOINTED AT THE LACK OF ADVICE THAT I HAVE BEEN GIVEN REGARDING MY CONDITION,AND WHAT I MIGHT EXPECT AND THIS HAS ADDED TO MY WORRIES AND CONCERNS FOR MYSELF. I AM ALSO UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT MY HEART SPECIALIST IS AT A LOSS TO KNOW WHAT TO DO NEXT, HENCE MY APPOINTMENT FOR A SECOND OPINION.
11/03/04 IN JANUARY LAST YEAR I VISITED A THYROID SPECIALIST IN BIRMINGHAM U.K. HE SUSPECTED THAT MY BLOOD
RESULTS ALTHOUGH APPARENTLY GOOD AS FAR AS RECOGNISED
PARAMETERS WERE NOT SHOWING THE TRUE STORY. AFTER A FEW
WEEKS ON SYNTHETIC THYROID, ALL TO NO AVAIL, HE PRESCRIBED
ARMOUR THYROID.I NOW SEEM TO BE GETTING STRONGER ALL THE
TIME AND FEEL ALMOST BACK TO NORMAL APART FROM THE ODD FLUTTER.
I have added a multi-vitamin, Fish Oil, and Magnesium to my diet. Beginning to think Magnesium deficiency was a factor.This is an awful condition. The medical establiment will have to reconise this and start treating the patientand not
keep telling you this is a minor conditon. its thrown my life upside down.
1) I would be interested to know other people's occupations. I myself am an 9am-7pm office worker, but think a more flexible schedule would be better for me and my AF.

2) The lack of consensus among doctors and medical research about the causes and best treatments for AF makes it difficult for us patients to make decisions. I think your database may provide important information that will serve as a guide when we are faced with tough decisions. Thank you.

3)Trivia: There is a correlation between WPW and people with long limbs. For example, if you hold your arms out horizontally this "armspan" is normally equal to your height, but WPW patients tend to have greater armspan than height. (Thus WPW is relatively common among basketball players.) Does anyone know if there is any similar data about AF patients?

4) Media: There was an interesting (1 page) article about Larry Bird a few years ago in Sports Illustrated (Referenced at: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/basketball/nba/news/1999/09/01/bird_heart/)
Among other things the article describes how Bird played pro basketball with AF. His AF always became more severe in the off season when he wasn't exercising as hard.
CommentsI am convinced that this has something to do with eating or the digestive process. My doctors say that there is no research that they have heard about to support my theory. I have lost 75 pounds and completely changed my life style. I never indulged in acohol and now stay away from caffine. It hasn't helped my A-Fib but I feel better when not in A-Fib than I did before.I am an active Scuba Diver (every weekend during the season) and I've been lucky enough that my A-Fib hasn't slowed me down so far. I want to keep it in check so I can continue to dive for many years to come. 90% of my episodes occur after 6:00 PM.

7/01
Seems that the ablation isn't what they thought it was going to be! Still no closer than they were a year ago...
Same BS....another year.... Heard that for three years now!

11/28/03 - Had an Ablation (Pappone Method) at Hopkins ( Dr Hugh Caulkins) One month and not a single event. Couldn't be happier. He's claiming a success rate in the low 80% range since he switched to this method. Seems much better than focal point ablation. Extremely low rate of complication. Almost no stenosis as they don't ablate inside the pulminary veins. Going next week for follow-up and hope to start the process of weaning off all the meds.

6/3/04 - Still in NSR. Off all meds for four months. Ablation worked! No side effects. Not even a blip. Drink socially with no ill efffects. Still don't drink coffee... Just Decafe.
I am trying to get information on what is new out there. If I can find something to take to the doctor, maybe we can try something different. I really don't have much hope of finding anything with the way my chemistry works.I'm typed out.I very much appreciate having this support group, which together with other Internet resources give me hope that
some day I can find a permanent cure for AF.
My EP doesn't seem to get very scientific about things. Try this medication, then another and so on. The info on magnesium etc. in this and other forums is very interesting.Since so many people are getting this disease, I can't understand why the Drs. don't know more than they do.I believe that my medical advisors do not know what causes my AF and neither do they have any good ideas about how to treat it.

I believe self education and self help is the key to successfully coping with what is probably a condition for life. Having said that, I live in hope of being completely in remission once the affects of the alcohol and prescribed drugs I have taken for over 32 years, completely leave my sytem and all withdrawal symptoms have dissipated.
ablation worked for one week, then went into atrial flutter for one month then had cardiversion which has worked for one monthWould like to find a quasi scientific test to determine sensitivity to various substancesMy arrithmia was under control for 8 years. I was taken off quinaglute because of a long QT wave. SInce being off quinaglute the Drs. have not been able to get my atrial fibrillation back under control. I have been rushed to the ER by ambulance twice in November 2000 with heart rates which caused me to be to weak to walk and had great difficulty breathing.My Afibs attacks are not debilating - During attacks my heart rythm is 80-85 bpm and i have no serious effects. I hope that AFib will remain paroxysmal. If not,as i don't want take blood thinner all my live, i will see for ablation or for maze procedure. My mother, 80 years old, lives also with paroxysmal attacks from 30 years. For my case (and for a lot of people like me), i'm sure that the fibrillation is only a problem of imbalance between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system.I don't understand why this disease seems concern only the cardiologists.My mother had the same thing for many years, controlled with drugs, and
lived to 91. Killed by stroke, not known whether associated with afib.
Recurrences are very frustrating and slow me down, but still have active life. Am determined to do all possible
to stay out of chronic A.F. if possible.
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Cardiologists don't seem to differentiate between mediations of AF, nor accept particular triggers - would prefer 'idiopathic' (means less work for them).
Sufferes themselves are the greatest resource for researching this condition. Despite having had many episodes, and despite knowing that it's unlikely to be life-threatening, I STILL find episodes exhausting, frightening and distressing!
Hard to deal with the anxiety during an episode. Fear of a stroke even though told it takes alot more time. Light headedness and fast but irregular heartbeat. Can't do as much as I would like during AF but Dr. says won't harm me if I do hard excersize.CommentsMy cardiologist told me that the digestion problems and feeling that a balloon is being blown up inside my chest when I am in AF is caused by the heart enlarging to keep the blood pumping around the body - when the heart enlarges, it presses on the diaphram and this causes the uncomfortable 'blown up' feeling and the accompanying belching. I have also had fluid in my lungs caused by rapid AF (l98 beats per minute) on one occasion.
AF leaves me exhausted - as if I've run a marathon.
daily vitamins/supplements(since 9/1/00)
1080 mg Magnesium Citrate
500 mg L-Carnitine
150 mg Coenzyme Q10
1000 mg Hawthorn
2000 mg Fish Oil
800 mg Vitamin E(d-alpha)
800 mcg Folic Acid
500 mcg Vitamin B12
100 mg Vitamin B6
I feel depression is the main enemy - reading the comments on the web and realising that I was not alone was a great help to me.Being able to communicate with other Afibbers has been a major factor in my adaptation to AF. Thanks to all.If someone out there is on amiodarone with success and no horrible side effects I would appreciate hearing from them. This medication scares me.Get very depressed when in AFib...changed lifestyle, no more running, no more alcohol tho' not sure if alcohol in small amount was/is a trigger. concerned at potential for deterioration in condition.YUK! I've had it!Started Tikosyn Aug. 27, 2004 and had breakthrough episodes, approx. 1 per month, then 2 per week, and finally after over a year I was having daily episodes. Changed to Tanbocor Dec. 13, 2006 and have been afib-free since then.I personally believe that prolonged exposure to this condition has a deteriorating affect on the heart and, for me, it's therefore vital I pursue options which may alleviate or substantially reduce the frequency of episodes. I'm 46 yrs. old with 3 & 5 year old daughters and want to be around to be a grandfather.I had six *unsuccessful* attempts with cardioversion -Good to be here!--
update 2014
There's been a steady increase in random ectopic activity, nothing as bad as 2012 but enough for me to report it to the GP. I know some ectopics are entirely normal and many AFers become overly sensitive to what their heart is doing. All I'm doing here is reporting a change I've noticed in case it leads to something else down the line.

I'm going to try get a little fitter to see if that helps the situation...

--
update feb 2013
I've had no problems since Sept 2012 and am still skiing so I'm putting it down to severe dehydration and my sensitivity to spotting something that others may not have spotted. (several other players suffered on the day!)
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update 8 sept 2012
I had about 2 hours of irregular rhythm (about 100 bpm) after playing bass trombone in a march on a very warm day. I'll update further if more events occur.
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Although not formally diagnosed, my AF appears to be predominantly vagal. The vast majority of attacks occur at rest in the late evening or when I'm sleeping. I hope this database proves to be useful in our quest to tackle our shared problem !

2 of my pulmonary veins are abnormally large and I suspect
this is the main reason why I have AF

History of AF frequency
none since second abaltion ;
every 8 days post 1st ablation(2005) ;
every day early 2005;
2004 - every 2 days ;
2003 every 9 days ;
Every 16 days for the first 4.5 years.
AF usually lasted 20-24 hours.
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crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
tickPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
tickamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
tickpropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
tickGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
tickhyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
tickPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
tickfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
tickpermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
tickPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
tickpacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
tickGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
tickidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
tickpermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
tickfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
tickPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
tickasthma
crossdiabetes
tickGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
tickhyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
tickpermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
tickdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
tickhypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
tickamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
tickpropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
tickverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
tickGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
tickdofetilide (tikosyn)
tickdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
tickpacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
tickdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
tickpropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
tickGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
tickhypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
CheckTable
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
tickdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
tickPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
tickverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
tickdiabetes
tickGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
tickdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
tickibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
tickGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
tickPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
tickdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
tickpropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
tickWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
tickamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
ticktimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
tickhypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
tickpacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
tickhypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
tickSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
tickWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
tickamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
tickdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
tickpropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
tickpermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
tickpropafanone (rythmol)
tickpropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
tickhyperthyroidism
tickhypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
tickSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
tickamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
tickdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
tickpropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
tickfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
tickPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
tickfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
tickverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
tickhypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
tickidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
tickamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
tickpropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
tickvalsartan (diovan)
tickverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
tickpermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
tickcardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
tickSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
tickdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
tickpropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
tickverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
tickidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
tickpropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
tickGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
tickadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
tickPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
tickverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
tickasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
tickPAC
tickPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
tickSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
tickdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
CheckTable
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
tickdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
tickmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
tickdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
tickamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
tickbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
tickdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
tickhypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
tickPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
tickpacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
crossaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
tickmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
ticksotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
tickPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
tickMale
crossFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
crosswarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
crosshypertension
crosshypotension
crosshyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
tickvagal
crossfamilial
tickidiopathic/lone
tickparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
tickPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
tickstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
tickamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
tickatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
crossdronedarone
crossencainide
crossesmolol (brevibloc)
crossersentilide
tickflecainide (tambocor)
crossgallopamil
crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
crossvalsartan (diovan)
crossverapamil (calan,isoptin)
tickwarfarin (coumadin)
crossasthma
crossdiabetes
crossGERD/acid reflux
tickhypertension
crosshypotension
tickhyperthyroidism
crosshypothyroidism
crossadrenergic
crossvagal
crossfamilial
crossidiopathic/lone
crossparoxysmal
crosspermanent/chronic
tickatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
crossCHF
crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
ticktachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
tickelectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
tickablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
crossamiodarone (cordarone,pacerone)
crossanisindione (miradon)
crossatenolol (tenormin)
tickaspirin
crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
crossbucindolol
crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
crossdigitoxin
crossdigoxin (lanoxin)
crossdiltiazem (cardizem)
crossdiphenylhydantoin
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crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
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crossencainide
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tickflecainide (tambocor)
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crossibutilide (corvert)
crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
crossmetoprolol (lopressor,toprol xl)
crossmexiletine
crossmoricizine
crossnadolol
crossphenytoin
crossprocainamide
crosspropafanone (rythmol)
crosspropranolol (inderal)
crossquinapril (accupril)
crossquinidine (quinaglute)
crosssotalol (betapace)
crosstedisamil
crosstimolol
crosstocainide
crosstrandolapril (mavik)
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crossfamilial
tickidiopathic/lone
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tickatrial flutter
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crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
tickbradycardia
crosstachycardia
crossheart block
crossmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
crossstroke
crossWPW
crosselectrical cardioversion
crossdefibrillator
crosspacemaker
crossablation
crossbypass
crossmaze
crossMale
tickFemale
crossacebutolol
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crossazimilide
crossbepridil
crossbetaxolol
crossbisoprolol (monocor,emconcor)
crossbretylium
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crosscarvedilol
crosscibenzoline
crossdicumarol
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crossdisopyramide (norpace)
crossdofetilide (tikosyn)
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crossersentilide
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crosslidocaine
crossmibefradil
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tickpropranolol (inderal)
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crossidiopathic/lone
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tickpermanent/chronic
crossatrial flutter
crosscardiomyopathy
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crossPAC
crossPVC
crossSVT
crosssyncope
crossbradycardia
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crossheart block
tickmyocardial infarction
crossrheumatic heart diease
crosssick sinus syndrome
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crossWPW
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