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    Nausea--really bad! Wondering if it is caused by Multaq?
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    Anon_963 posted:
    Sure would like to know if medication--like Multaq for treatment of AFIB can cause such intense nausea. No vomiting--but lots of trips to the bathroom. Some days it's tolerable--and even mild, but since increasing the dosage of Multaq, it seems to be alot worse.

    Since I have an inner ear disorder that also causes dizziness and that can cause nausea, it's hard to know. I just know it's 'miserable' and feels like when I was pregant and had intense morning sickness.
    Anyone taking Multaq and have this side affect? Or it could be a combination of the drugs I take. My doctors know what I'm taking--but since I have the inner ear thing and this, it's hard to tell what is causing it. Blood work, etc. has all turned out ok. Pretty miserable many days!
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    georgiagail responded:
    The attached lists the common side effects from this medication.

    http://www.multaq.com/Consumer/Default.aspx

    Gail


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