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Can I take lisinopril, lowdose aspirin and Brilinta at one time i.e: as a single dose?

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chuck1957 21 Feb 2017

George; the best way was to just run an Interaction report on your 3 medication and it says the moderate interaction has no worries it is fine to take all 3 at the same time and try to do it around the same time each day. Chuck1957 here is the copy and paste from Drug. com nothing to worry about on interactions. chuck.(Interactions between your selected drugs
Moderate
aspirin lisinopril
Applies to: Aspirin 81 (aspirin), lisinopril

MONITOR: Some investigators suggest that coadministration with aspirin may attenuate the vasodilator and hypotensive effects of ACE inhibitors. In addition, some have found that the benefits of ACE inhibitors on morbidity and mortality in post-acute myocardial infarction, coronary heart disease, and particularly congestive heart failure may be compromised or even nullified by aspirin. The proposed mechanism is aspirin inhibition of cyclooxygenase, resulting in suppression of prostaglandin synthesis and prostaglandin-mediated hemodynamic effects of ACE inhibitors. However, evidence of a negative interaction is largely contradictory, and interpretation of relevant data has often been complicated by multiple confounding elements as well as the retrospective or post hoc nature of most studies. Available data seem to indicate that low-dose aspirin (less than 236 mg/day, and especially less than 100 mg/day) is unlikely, or at least significantly less likely, to interfere with ACE inhibitor effects, although susceptibility to the interaction may be subject to some degree of interpatient variability.

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