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Dofetilide (Tikosyn): adjusting dosage
Wow, scary prices. I pay $5/month. It used to be $40 before it went generic. I guess I'm very lucky with my insurance!
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Thank all of you for your responses.. My afib is peristant afib. Doctor did cardioversion which didn't work.then wanted to put me in hospital to load Tikosyn. I went into sinus rythym after first dose. Just been less than 2 weeks,still in rythym. I wasn't told it would quit working after while. I'm 78 and reading about possible side effects is scary
It depends also on which state you live. Some states have cheaper rates than others
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