Rythmol belongs to the category of drugs called Class IC antiarrhythmic. In certain situations, Rythmol can be used to prevent serious heart rhythm disorders such as atrial fibrillation and paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia. Rythmol can reduce the risk of blood clots, heart attacks, and stroke by blocking signals in the heart that cause an unsteady heartbeat.
Consult the package instructions before taking Rythmol.
Always follow your doctor’s directions.
Make sure to tell your doctor:
You should not take Rythmol if:
Common side effects of Rythmol:
Seek medical attention if you experience any severe side effects like:
What drugs interact with Rythmol?
Many over-the-counter medicines, herbal products, and vitamins can affect Rythmol. Medicines for infections, asthma, heart problems, high blood pressure, depression, cancer, malaria, or HIV can cause complications with Rythmol. Always inform your doctor of all the medications you are taking.
How long does it take for Rythmol to work?
A single oral dose of Rythmol will have a relatively quick effect within 2 to 3 hours. When you just start treatment with Rythmol, you may be more prone to infections because propafenone can lower your white blood cell count. Within two weeks, white blood cell levels should return to normal.