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  • Lisa Salberg
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    Re: verapamil increased

    It is someplace to start... let us know how it works out. It will likely take a several days to notice any difference.

    Lisa

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  • Reenie
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    Cynthia, I hope that you feel lots better pretty soon.

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  • cynthiaG
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    verapamil increased

    well, I saw Dr. M at Tufts yesterday....I'm trying an increase in my verapamil to help with the many premature beats I've been getting.

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