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Vitamin D Deficiency - My vitamin d test came back with a reading of <4, my doctor wants me to take?

Posted 11 Nov 2009 by lauraleeg 2 answers

... a prescription vitamin d supplement once a week to get my levels up. I had a heart attack a year ago and am on Plavix 75mg. Lipitor 40mg. Ecotrin 81mg. and Valium 10mg 2X a day. Will the vitamin d supplements work well with these medications. Also I have read that I should take D2 and D3 ...

Xarelto - currently on Plavix and 325 ecotrin--recently had a tia and have aflutter--dr wants me to?

Posted 21 Jan 2013 by amfm3335 2 answers

... start on Xaretto--suggestions???

What can I take for a cold if I take lisinopril and metoprolol?

Posted 19 Jan 2013 by jromano1 1 answer

I have a heart stent and take gabapentin, lisinopril, metoprolol, effient, and ecotrin.

I thought the enteric coating would totally eliminate the gastrointsetinal problems of aspirin?

Posted 3 Feb 2010 by rmiller2 2 answers

I am experiencing horrible stomac pains / heart burns when taking ecotrin. I am just baffled about how effective this enteric coating really is.

Clopidogrel - cardiologist said to stop after 6 months because trials says its ok, I am petrified ?

Posted 17 Sep 2012 by pixielady4 1 answer

After mild heart attack 9 months ago, and xience V drug eluting stent placed to rectify a 70% blockage (Plaque) I have been on clopidogrel 75 mg + aspirin 81 mg (Ecotrin) I am told by cardiologist I can stop the clopidogrel now, as trials revealed 6 months is sufficient for taking clopidogrel with ...

I have been on Plavix and a 325mg. Ecotrin since having 2 stents placed in my heart in May of 2012?

Posted 12 Feb 2013 by foreverblue2 1 answer

I was told that after a year I might could go off of it... I have another couple of places that were 40% and 65% blocked but I am on a beta-blocker, an ace inhibitor, a fluid pill, high chol. med., along with the plavix and Ecotrin. I have noticed that I have lots of bruises and recently I have ...

High Pressure medicines uses:?

Posted 15 Sep 2009 by Seagul 1 answer

I use the following medicines for HP: Corgard 40, Avapro 150, Norvasc 5, also use Lovaza and Niacin for Lower Good Cholesterol and Ecotrin recommended by my Cardiologist. Its there any interferences between these medicines, is there any specific instructions of the way I must uses them during the ...

Is there a Bayer Asperin or Ecotrin low dose without the color dyes in them? I want to avoid dyes?

Posted 10 May 2012 by Annwith Allergies 1 answer

My Dr. recommended that I take low dose Ecotrin to prevent blood clots, due to my history of one TIA. I am concerned about the dyes in all our foods and meds and I want to avoid them due to allergies. I am 65 and I also was tested for MTHFR mutation gene and I am hetero. C677T and A1298C. My ...

Interaction between lamotrigine, warfarin, ecotrin and mirtazapine?

Posted 30 Oct 2012 by ejrrosslee 1 answer

had severe allergy reacttion - swollen lips tongue and throat, couldn't breath - dr treated me for asthma attack - don't have asthma - face and upped body was very red - like sunburn. pain in back and stomach. was in ICU for one night and then to a ward till the end of the day. dr say ...

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