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What are the side effects of antiarrhythmic drugs?

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If you take antiarrhythmic drugs you might:

  • Get a bitter or metallic taste in your mouth, or your sense of taste may change
  • Lose your appetite
  • Be more sensitive to sunlight
  • Have diarrhea or constipation

From: Heart Disease and Antiarrhythmics WebMD Medical Reference

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American Heart Association: "Medications for Arrhythmia."

Heart Rhythm Society: "Antiarrhythmics."

Reviewed by James Beckerman on February 12, 2018

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American Heart Association: "Medications for Arrhythmia."

Heart Rhythm Society: "Antiarrhythmics."

Reviewed by James Beckerman on February 12, 2018

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