Diltiazem reviews

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Talked to my doctor, they want me to start 120mg a day of Diltiazem. I'm a little nervous about it, but they assured me it's no more potent a medication. And they said it's much better in terms of no side effects on sexual side. The tachycardia I'm not sure what causes it, but it can be when I suddenly change positions, or exercise, or sex, things like that. Have had numerous ekg's and echos, all were normal. So my concern now is what do to..
bepridil, verapamil, diltiazem, felodipine, nifedipine, nisoldipine There's plenty more on the list but only included the ones for high blood pressure.
heart monitor watch was accurate, (It is, I check it with ER monitors and it is right on) and he didn't believe I had a 265 BPM episode in 1988 when I was just on Verapamil and still stayed conscious, even though I told him I could barely see through my tunnel vision. And yet, this doctor's reviews are almost all positive! Maybe those are just the ones he posts? It is hopeful to me that since most people have successful SVT ablations that mine will be.
You can look through the doctors listed in the Houston area and read the patients' reviews and see if there are doctors that seem to treat patients clinically, for symptoms. Also, if they are willing to prescribe T3 meds like Armour, that is usually a good sign. http://www.thyroid-info.com/topdrs/texas.