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I was wondering if anyone takes the following tablets and how it affected them.

Ivabradine, Bisoprolol, Ramipril, Warfarin, Spironolactone, Furosomide, Methotrexate, Folic acid.

I take all of them and it'll be good to hear how they affect other people.

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    Are you feeling a bit worn out (to say the least) question neutral
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    Hello House,

    I've been on tablets since 2001 and they've gradually crept up in dosage.

    DCM mainly and RA for the Metho and folic acid. Metho's been increased to 25mg per week

    and they're making me really tired and worn out now.

    No pain but feeling worn out most of the time.

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    Put all of these medicines together plus add the Heart problem and it's no wonder you feel exhausted neutral
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    Plus silly things now like bleeding gums which I never had before, but probably from 12 years of warfarin use. Also blood tests which take several attempts now every two weeks. Actually have to give blood from my hand or wrist now because my arms have given up. I hate that !!!
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    How are you eating, I mean, do you eat well, hows your weight, are your fairly slim,, are your teeth loose (try and wobble your top first molar) question smile
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    I have dinners delivered now by Wiltshire farm foods. Usually order them for two weeks at a time.

    Teeth are firm but bleed when cleaning and sometimes when it gets cold. Weight seems to be ok now but do have to up my furosomide to 120mg from 80mg on some days.

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