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With out symptoms, no concern.
Keep a list , twice a day.
The bisoprolol can to this, but is is not dangerously low.
If it keeps going lower, call your doc right away.
Since it is a change, get an exam if you did not just have one.
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You did not mention this before at all.
It is normal for the heart rate to go up.
If your doctor thinks there is a concern, in other words it is going up to high and staying there, then you need
24 hour holter monitor which looks at your heart during your activities...or, a stress test first.
Talk with your doctor about this.
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Studies have actually shown the ineffectiveness of digoxin in a fib.
In the US and Canada for some time we have not used digoxin as a primary drug in
See this article, it is one of many, and shows digoxin increases mortality in a fib.
No, digoxin would not be a wise choice. I am positive your doctors will confirm this.
Cardioversion is not used in chronic afib, particularly if there are a number of criteria that show it will not be effective.
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I take it, you misread my response. You need to read it again. If it is not clear, I am happy to clarify it further. We do not use dig as a sole treatment for rate control. As an additional treatment to an existing agent (BB or CCB), IT MIGHT HELP, NOT THE MOST EFFECTIVE APPROACH