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    Medical opinion needed! daily intense nausea--anxiety or medication caused?
    Anon_963 posted:
    I posted on the Depression board too. Just wondering if a med. I take for A-fib is causing the really intense nausea and of course, anxiety or if it's the anxiety causing the nausea and thus, more trips to the bathroom?

    I guess it could be either one. Just wondered if anyone here--or perhaps a medical person might have a comment? thanks
    georgiagail responded:
    Did you read the article I posted on your previous question on this forum? If so, it listed the most common side effects of the medication you are taking includes nausea and diarrhea.

    Anon_963 replied to georgiagail's response:
    Yes, I did, Gail. Thanks. Since the dosage has been up and down and the nausea seems to be getting worse, just wanted to check here again to see if anyone else takes this and if so, had the same side affects.

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