I am not taking Rythmol, but I am taking another antiarrhythmic drug, Amiodarone. Since starting on the Amiodarone (which by the way has improved the way I feel 100%), I have notice I have a bigger appetite. Not sure if this is from the drug, or just the fact that I am doing so much better now, and not being worried by the tachycardias. If I do start to add on weight, I will just add more time to my exercises. Usually works best for me and my weight......................................Ally
My doctor has assigned Rhymol for my a-Fib which I've had for ten years. I have sick sinus sindrome and bradicardia. I noted that these are two conditions in which Rhyhmol may not be advisable. Any insights?
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