FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: CARDIZEM

User Comments:


For Atrial Flutter “after Beta Blockers failed to work, and made me gain 20 lbs in 90 days. Dr then tried Verapamil , While that did work better not 100%. After a 6 months , Then became allergic to it. Rare side effect. Then Dr put me on Cartia XT, after a day or 2 , I felt alot better. Cartia XT is really is controlling my PVCs from Left Vertical, 8 months going now and no side effects yet. Works better than Verapamil for me.”

“Paul” (taken for 6 months to 1 year) June 22, 2016


For Atrial Fibrillation “Side effects….hoarseness. No appetite..fatigue…stomach upset. Have been on metropolol which caused shortness of breath. Still trying to find something without so many side effects. “

Mhmtaosnm March 3, 2016


For Atrial Fibrillation “I have had two episodes of lone a-fib, one 15 yrs ago and one six months ago. For the earlier episode I was placed on Toprol, Digoxin and Warfarin – it was HORRIBLE, I’ve never felt so sick in my life. This time, I was placed on 240 mg of Diltiazem and Xarelto. I have been on both for six months with the only minor issue being a bit of excess gas, small price to pay to keep the a-fib away.”

JA Larson (taken for 6 months to 1 year) February 24, 2016


For High Blood Pressure “I’ve been on it for 6 months and the constant diarrhea and nausea is getting to me. I need to call my doctor to find a alternative.”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) November 20, 2013


For Atrial Fibrillation “Taking it for many years with no adverse effects. It’s been highly effective.”

vivianlinda June 7, 2010


For Raynaud’s Syndrome “Recently diagnosed. Has helped tremendously on circulation and fatigue. I was amazed that I was able to grab a handful of snow for a short time without triggering an onset of usual numb painful cycle. I started off with 180mg and now on 300mg daily. I now have my thermostat set lower and get hot wearing long sleeves now! I’m a happy camper for the first time in years. “

Anonymous January 25, 2010

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