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Old 10-08-2003, 05:00 AM
Ron Greenwald
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I have used Xylatan for years with no problems. Lumigan was prescribed and I noticed something strange in my heart. I changed back to Xylatan and the strange sensation disapeared. I tried Lumigan again and again had a problem, was taken to the hospital and had a pacemaker installed. I had had a heart block, 3rd degree. Now the cardiologists say I have no concern about Lumigan since I am operating with a pacemaker. I have tried Lunigan again since it is recommended by the opthamologist, and I am questioning if I have strange sensations around my heart. I am reviewing with the cardiologists. The Lumigan connection may be coincidental, I do not know.
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