Palpitations effect of Arcoxia

We have 388 consumer reports for Arcoxia. Palpitations effect occurred in 5%.

Patients statistics on Palpitations side effect for Arcoxia

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
166.23
205.03

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 11″

Average age
50
51

Arcoxia Circle Diagram 19 consumers of 388 reported about Palpitations

  1. Brian K. Rivero says:
    3.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Heel spurs

    Severe pain in heel spur, severe inflammation in the ankle. After taking: Pain eases within 1 h. Prolonged intake: Stool changes, flatulence, palpitations. Wg. Other expected side effects (up to stroke) drug discontinued. Take it in the morning when needed, if I can not walk wg. the pain. Helps immediately.

    Side effects: Flatulence; Palpitations
  2. Andrew M. Shows says:
    4.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Sciatica; Ankylosing spondylitis

    Because of my ankylosing spondylitis, with severe pain in the ISG and radiance in the buttocks, I was prescribed Arcoxia (90mg). I had previously taken irregular dyclofenac retard 75mg for several months, but had to discontinue it because of severe gastric / intestinal side effects. Comparing with Dyclofena, Arcoxia takes longer to work (about 1 hour) and the pain-relieving effect is a bit weaker, but still sufficient for me. Side effect with sporadic ingestion (on average once a week, sometimes even 3 days in a row) not available. No stomach / bowel problems, nothing. After a few months, however, I had to take Arcoxia more often, about 3-4 times a week, 3-4 weeks following. Now more and more common side effects such as sporadic palpitations and stumble. Extrasystoles, strong pulse sensation, sporadic pulse turf. Continued dizziness and dizziness, severe fatigue. Will have to sell Arcoxia well.

    Side effects: Palpitations; Dizziness; Fatigue
  3. Lucille N. McKay says:
    2.5 rating

    The drug has triggered very strong side effects, such as palpitations and tinnitus. I discontinued it in consultation with the doctor!

    Side effects: Tinnitus; Palpitations
  4. Laura M. Barnes says:
    3.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Arthrosis

    6h after taking strong nausea, restlessness, palpitations, panic, depression. Complaints went back after 2 hours. At night tachycardia and sleep disturbance. Drug discontinued. Pain was only mildly relieved. Effect continues on the next day, in parts again tachycardia and restlessness.

  5. Robert B. Fisher says:
    3.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Arthrosis

    Drowsiness, motor disturbances, sleep disturbances, severe and persistent hallucinations (plants grew from cabinets and drawers, objects floated through the air, everywhere I saw colorful glass bottles that did not exist), panic attacks, tachycardia, suddenly extremely high blood pressure, dizziness. I thought, now I have to die.

  6. Warren J. Gregg says:
    3.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Pain (acute)

    I was prescribed Arcoxia for a runner’s knee. After the 3rd day of the application (1 time per day 90mg) I had tachycardia, high blood pressure, difficulty concentrating and a kind of intoxication. These keep now even after 2 days although the drug was discontinued immediately. Blood pressure approx. 170 / 110. A dangerous thing.

  7. John R. Presley says:
    3.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Arthrosis

    Arcoxia get due to incompatibility of diclofenac. Stomach problems occurred after 4 weeks. Forthcoming arthroscopy, examination for surgical ability. Increased blood pressure and heartbeat irregularities were noted. Never had problems with it. I’d rather endure the pain for a few more days and hope my heartbeat will normalize again. Side effects summarized: sweats, weight gain due to increased appetite, palpitations, palpitations to the neck, blurred vision

  8. Brenda B. Lower says:
    3.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Arthrosis

    Take Arcoxia 90 for about 15 months. Have since less pain in the hip. Fights but almost daily with shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, sweats, upper abdominal pain and very strong Gewichtszunahme.Pro month 1kg in normal diet.

  9. Nancy J. Johnson says:
    4.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Arthritis

    Have the medi taken 5 days. It has no effect, I have the same pain as before. Everyone seems different, but I can only advise against it. Not only the absence of an improvement in pain, but also the side effects were crucial for discontinuation. I could have slept standing up, with mild dizziness, palpitations, nausea and extreme sweating. But worst of all, I was like a zombie! The stuff has hit me on the psyche, unbelievable. I was only crying for 3 days and to no use.

  10. Maria D. Levine says:
    4.5 rating

    23.01.2011 Arcoxia worked, the side effects as well. After 6 days, I stopped the medication, which an orthodontist prescribed for me in Nov. 2010, because, in addition to the effect, the side effects had also worked. I had cold sores or herpes, headache, flu symptoms, dizziness, nausea, swelling of the legs (is still so today), increased blood pressure (until today no longer down), heart palpitations to racing, sometimes blood came to the facial pores, dry mouth , no taste (has not changed to this day), nausea, see blurred (has also remained), insomnia, cramps, depression, coughing, hot flashes, itching, accelerated heartbeat (is also now and then). There are still a few side effects. I do not take any other medication.

  11. Robert R. Bishop says:
    4.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Pain (joint)

    Because of a sports injury, with a completely healthy heart, I took a second Arcoxia 90 in the morning and about 4 hours later. An hour later nausea, tachycardia, feeling of weakness. The next days heart racing (125 / min) without improvement. After defibrillation (cardioconversion) and continuous therapy with bisoprolol temporarily stable heart rate. Heart has not been fully loaded for months now. Beware of high (over) dosage!

    Side effects: Palpitations; Nausea
  12. Yesenia T. Knudson says:
    3.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Pain (joint); Pain (acute)

    I have taken ARCOXIA for pain relief from joint and bone pain related to my 6 months use of FEMARA. The first 4 weeks I max. Taken 2 tablets a day. Suddenly I noticed a feeling of pressure on the head that felt like a mass. I then questioned my doctor, who said that the pressure was caused by the drug. We reduced the intake to 1 tablet a day, and not every day. The pressure disappeared after about 3 weeks. Through ARCOXIA I got high blood pressure (previously had low blood pressure), restlessness, the complexion is more reddish, thyroid enlargement, depressive mood. Tachycardia and stiffness all over. I have not been taking the medicine for 14 days, but the side effects are still there.