A-Fib Drug Therapies: Joann’s Success with Multaq
Recently I got good news from Joann Sickinger. She wrote me about controlling her A-Fib with drug therapy. She has been almost A-Fib free for 2 years and has not experienced any side effects.
She has been taking Multaq (dronedarone) 400 mg twice a day, along with metoprolol 12 1/2 mg once a day and Xarelto 15 mg once a day.
Joann says “I am not sure how long this will last and will opt for ablation if I start having attacks again.”
Thanks, Joann for sharing. I’m glad you are aware that drugs often stop working over time and that you are prepared to have a catheter ablation if that happens. (With a successful ablation, you may be able to stop all medications.) We wish you continued good heart health!
Joann invites your email about Multaq. You can reach her at: joannbday(at)aol.com
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