Fluoxetine heartburn

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i am taking fluoxetine for anixety,panic i feel sick and nausea all day , i can only eat a little bit then i feel very full. i am also having heartburn with this does anyone else take this medication and if so do you have or know if these symptoms are normal?
Heya my doctor has put me on fluoxetine to help calm my anxiety. Has anyone had some luck using this?
e. read a book, listening to soothing music, or take a warm bath. 5. Check if you have heartburn due to increase weight gain and/or history of GERD. Try eating frequent and small meals throughout the day. If your sleeping problem persists, make sure you follow-up with your OBGYN and/or primary care provider. Fluoxetine (or Prozac) may have some negative effect on fetus and newborn babies, please double check with your provider regarding benefits and risks.
Has this always happened when you take this medication? Have you changed your diet? I know when I was drinking a lot of soda or carbonated beverages(especially if I took the meds with it), I could taste anything that was put into my stomach recently.
Inderal is a beta-blocker. Beta-blockers are used to treat palpitations, high blood pressure, angina (chest pain), heart attacks, heart rhythm problems such as atrial fibrillation and more recently heart failure.
Dear Andy, Thank you for your question. I tend to favor using beta-blockers for PVC's only as a last resort. Here is some general information about beta-blockers. As far as specific medication advice we recommend following the advice of your physician. Beta-blockers are used to treat high blood pressure, angina (chest pain), heart attacks, heart rhythm problems such as atrial fibrillation and more recently heart failure.
I am on antidepressants from 1999 till today- They are ---- Fluoxetine Hydrochloride - 60 mg, Lithium - 900 mg, Carbamazepine - 400mg and Amtriptilene Hydrochloride - 12.5 mg... I always had constipation (passing stool in 3-4 days) from 1999 to 2009 but I never had bloating or distension. SUDDENLY In the month of Feb, 2010 my stomach started bloating and distension. I think it was due to lack of water, lots of tea and doing exercise.
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Dear Kim, Thank you for your question. Stomach discomfort can occur with beta-blockers but it is usually in less than 1% of people who take them. Here is some general information about beta-blockers. As far as specific advice we recommend following the advice of your physician. Beta-blockers are used to treat high blood pressure, angina (chest pain), heart attacks, heart rhythm problems such as atrial fibrillation and more recently heart failure.
And finally, another thing to consider and check into is the possibility of GERD (gastric reflux) - that can definitely cause coughing and asthma like symptoms, including shortness of breath. You don't necessarily have to have heartburn to have GERD, so don't count it out if you don't suffer from heartburn. I hope you're able to find the answers to what's causing your asthma to worsen and you can get your surgery soon! Please keep me posted on how you're doing and what you find out.
Dear Janicec, Toprol XL is an extended release form of metoprolol which is a beta-blocker.Beta-blockers are used to treat high blood pressure, angina (chest pain), heart attacks, heart rhythm problems such as atrial fibrillation and more recently heart failure.
and 158 lbs (72 kg), I was admitted to hospital March 2007 for two months in order to recover from my ED, during which time I was taking domperidone to aid digestion, daily clonazepam for anxiety, fluoxetine (20mg once daily) for depression, and seroquel for sleep at night.
I got a 'script of fluoxetine (generic Prozac) at 12 weeks but didn't use it. Tried to improve my serotonin levels with exercise instead and finally quit tx at 23 weeks. I probably could have kept going if I'd taken the ADs.
Known side effects of Coreg include fatigue, sleep disorders, dizzyness, and GI pains. (See for example SK Beecham site on Carvediolol). My wife uses Coreg and suffers from all these side effects. What are good counter measure drugs or non-drug therapies? What are most severve and cautionary drug interactions with Coreg? Thank you.
_ Dear Colleen, Thank you for your question. Both betaxolol (brand name - Kerlone) and carvedilol (brand name -Coreg) belong to a class of medications called beta-blockers. This class includes the following other medications: generic (brand name), - propranolol (Inderal), atenolol (Tenormin), Labetalol (Normodyne, Trandate), metoprolol (Lopressor), pindolol (Viskin), Nadolol (Corgard), and sotalol (Betapace). These drugs work by binding to a receptor called the beta receptor.
Posted By CCF CARIDO MD - CRC on June 21, 1999 at 09:04:59 Dear Dave, Thank you for your question. Here is some general information about beta-blockers. As far as specific advice we recommend following the advice of your physician. Beta-blockers are used to treat high blood pressure, angina (chest pain), heart attacks, heart rhythm problems such as atrial fibrillation and more recently heart failure.
_ Dear Julie, Thank you for your question. Beta-blockers as a class includes the following other medications: generic (brand name), - propranolol (Inderal), atenolol (Tenormin), Labetalol (Normodyne, Trandate), metoprolol (Lopressor), pindolol (Viskin), Nadolol (Corgard), and sotalol (Betapace). These drugs work by binding to a receptor called the beta receptor. Once this receptor is blocked the drug exerts its effect in various methods.
Posted by Christos on May 08, 1999 at 12:04:15 I'm 38 yrs old male, taking 25mg Tenormin(atenolol)/day to adjust my blood pressure for the last 14 months. As my doctor suggest I'll need to take it for the rest of my life! 1.I'm very much worried on long term effects. Please advise. 2.I've noticed that since I started the medication I've put on weight and I find it extremely difficult to loose it.(unlike before that diet seem to be more effective than now!)Is this normal? Thanks a lot.
Posted By CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on April 15, 1999 at 15:22:40 Dear Ronald, Thank you for your question. Beta-blockers (i.e. atenolol) and calcium channel blockers (i.e. cardizem) can interact with each other and cause a slow heart rate. What does your heart rate usually run? What type of palpitations do you have and do you have any symptoms from them?
Posted By CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on April 15, 1999 at 15:22:40 Dear Ronald, Thank you for your question. Beta-blockers (i.e. atenolol) and calcium channel blockers (i.e. cardizem) can interact with each other and cause a slow heart rate. What does your heart rate usually run? What type of palpitations do you have and do you have any symptoms from them?
Posted By CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on April 15, 1999 at 15:22:40 Dear Ronald, Thank you for your question. Beta-blockers (i.e. atenolol) and calcium channel blockers (i.e. cardizem) can interact with each other and cause a slow heart rate. What does your heart rate usually run? What type of palpitations do you have and do you have any symptoms from them?
Posted By CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on March 03, 1999 at 07:45:38: In Reply to: Reaction to Atenolol posted by bill on March 02, 1999 at 17:04:19: i have been on 50mg of atenolol for 3 months, and for the past few weeks have been experiencing some strange symptoms, including fatigue, dizziness, pressure in my face and neck and especially jaw, teeth chattering, confusion.
Posted By Ethel Horst on March 03, 1999 at 08:14:40: In Reply to: Re: Reaction to Atenolol posted by CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on March 03, 1999 at 07:45:38: i have been on 50mg of atenolol for 3 months, and for the past few weeks have been experiencing some strange symptoms, including fatigue, dizziness, pressure in my face and neck and especially jaw, teeth chattering, confusion.
_ Dear Jamie, Thank you for your questions. I have enclosed information on peripartum cardiomyopathy and coreg along with potential side-effects. It should be out of your system in a few days. About a third of individuals with this condition get better - so be encouraged by the good news. Post-Partum (or peripartum) cardiomyopathy is a relatively rare form of heart failure that affects women during or following pregnancy. Establishing a diagnosis requires 1.
Other side effects include heartburn, loss of appetite, dry mouth, strange taste in mouth, anxiety, restlessness or sweating. These should subside as your body adjusts to the medication. Notify your doctor if you develop chest pain, a rapid heart rate, difficulty urinating, nightmares, ringing in the ears, excessive sedation, uncoordinated movements or fainting. Taking this medication at bedtime may help minimize side effects. Talk to your doctor about this.
_ Dear Suzy, Thank you for your question. Both atenolol (brand name - Tenormin) belongs to a class of medications called beta-blockers. This class includes the following other medications: generic (brand name), - propranolol (Inderal), Labetalol (Normodyne, Trandate), metoprolol (Lopressor), pindolol (Viskin), Nadolol (Corgard), and sotalol (Betapace). These drugs work by binding to a receptor called the beta receptor.
Posted by Ronald on April 15, 1999 at 12:45:36 Hi I would like to get a second information from you guys. I'm currently taking cardizem 120MG once a day and atenolol 25MG also once a day, is there any impact or somehow an overdose that you can consider if taking this both medication ? Since started taking this both medication (last week until now) I feel fine but what if the palpitation came back anytime now is it okay to pop in another 25MG of atenolol?
Posted by C.F.D. on June 30, 1999 at 10:01:33 I am a health 29 year old man who is very active. I've always been an athlete all my life with no problems. I played college basketball for four years. My second year in college I used "Brain Pep", which is one of those pills used to "increase oxygen to your Brain", thus making you think better. I used this product for about a month then stopped because of an anxious feeling that came over me.
Posted By CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on April 15, 1999 at 15:22:40 Dear Ronald, Thank you for your question. Beta-blockers (i.e. atenolol) and calcium channel blockers (i.e. cardizem) can interact with each other and cause a slow heart rate. What does your heart rate usually run? What type of palpitations do you have and do you have any symptoms from them?
Posted By CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on March 12, 1999 at 09:21:05: In Reply to: inderol on a healthy heart posted by lynn on March 10, 1999 at 13:05:45: hi, i am 29yr old female and have always had low blood pressure...i went into the local doctors office (i dont like doctors but i was persuaded to go)about my really bad headaches....this doctor perscribed inderol...i was to take 1 tablet 2 times daily(i think it was 80mg 2 times a day)....thats not the prob....
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