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Palpitations and side effects from other medications
Neither Allegra, nor Omeprazole are designed for long-term usage (not necessarily what the pharma industry tells you) and you have discovered you don't need these drugs and you are better off w/o them. It also means you may never have suffered from GERD, and you can manage your allergies in other ways. Just think of all the money you will save! It also appears you are particularly sensitive to Beta Blockers, because you were getting a very low dose of Lopressor!
Most palpitations are benign, but I wouldn't be surprised if they have disappeared as well.
Please check these links for more information about palpitations and PVCs:
You’ll find these are rather common complaints and most people don’t need treatment, only reassurance once their heart proves OK.
About Beta Blockers:
Heartburn as a symptom of Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) occurs because of stomach acid going back up the esophagus, which unlike the stomach is not built to tolerate it. Women are often misdiagnosed, undertreated and told that their chest pain is an anxiety attack or the result of of a Hiatal Hernia or Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD):
Hope this helps,
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