February 24, 2018

Atrial Fibrillation Research Study Seeks Those Who Have Taken Antiarrhythmic Drugs and are Near San Francisco, Cincinnati, or New Jersey

UPDATED 6-30-09: Study is now complete. 

An afib research study is looking for afib patients who are near San Francisco, Cincinnati, or New Jersey/New York and who have taken certain anti-arrhythmic medications (Flecainide, Rythmol, Propafenone, and similar). They are offering an honorarium for your time. Find out if you qualify at:

Atrial Fibrillation Research Study Seeks Afib Patients near San Francisco, Cincinnati, and New Jersey


  1. larry holt says:

    I have had AFIB since 2004. During period i have taken Atenolol and Bicoprolol. I was taken off Atenolol because it caused me to have low blood pressure, especially early in the morning before work. I infrequently suffer low BP symptoms with Bicoprolol. However, Bicoprolol causes leg weakness, poor balance that makes me appear tipsy to onlookers.

    Additionally, I take Terazosin, a Beta Blocker for voiding dysfunction and overactive bladder.Whatever ailment one has Beta Blocker is the answer.

    My Cardiologist thinks the Terazosin is the cause of my disequalibrium, but I cannot urinate without it and when I asked my Urologist if there is anything better for me, he attempted to steer me into having TURP surgery

    If you think you can help me please contact me. I have Blue Shield HMO and I live in San Mateo, CA. My quality of life is limited due to my physical condition

    • Hi Larry,
      I’m sorry to hear your quality of life isn’t what you’d like it to be. Afib is a tough condition to manage, and it can be different from person to person. You may be interested in sharing your story with us over on our discussion forum. Out active members help each other through problems, and lots of great ideas are bounced around. The StopAfib.org Discussion Forum: To post or ask questions, you’ll need to register. Instructions for registering and getting started are here.