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Sharp pain in chest that goes through to shoulder on right side. Shoulder or heart?

Posted 22 Feb 2012 by Jus Me 7 answers

Pain on right side of chest. Goes from chest to back of shoulder. Sore on right side of chest and sharp pain. Has lasted three days now.

My doctor recently increased my daily dosage of Levothyroxine from 75mg to 100mg. At night my heart?

Posted 4 Aug 2012 by jan1 7 answers

... seems to beat much faster, keeping me awake. Should I stay on 100mg or reduce it to 75mg again? It is really beginning to worry me and I fear I may have a heart attack.

Is Lisinopril a Beta Blocker or ACE Inhibitor?

Posted 27 Mar 2014 by aquanaut 3 answers

and what is a beta blocker anyway?

What is the best drug for nausea, mylanta, tums or pepto-bismol?

Posted 23 Jan 2013 by Dnini 4 answers

I am taking lots of medication following a heart attack. Could the drugs be causing my nausea

What is the best time of day to take metoprolol succinate er?

Posted 25 Jan 2014 by cnswhm 3 answers

As most heart attacks occur in the AM, I have heard that taking metoprolol in the PM is better. You would have more medicine on board.

Brilinta duration after stent?

Posted 18 Dec 2014 by Jimq3100 1 answer

I had my heart attack approx. 1 year. ago, I was told to stop taking it after 1 year. Few questions 1. What is other people input as far as how long they took this medicine 2. I am lucky that I don't have any major side effects but after 10 months I developed a anal itch.. weird but it did ...

Is a nose bleed associated with side effects of aspirin? my dad is allergic to it but the doctor?

Posted 13 Aug 2013 by brightstar11 4 answers

recommends he take aspirin to thin out his blood. He has had 2 mild strokes and a heart attack in 2mths space of time, he is 86

I take Plavix. What non-NSAID medication can I safely take for arthritis pain and inflammation?

Posted 11 Dec 2011 by michaeljinks 5 answers

I am not supposed to take NSAIDS because I take Plavix daily as a heart attack and heart surgery survivor. What drug can I take to get relief from the pain and the inflammation? The pain is mostly located in my fingers and hands.

Can I safely take Paxil and Trazodone together?

Posted 25 Jun 2012 by ebrantley 4 answers

I am 71 years if age and I have been taking Paxil for 15 years to treat depression. I also have not had a good nights sleep in many many years. I had a heart attack 30 days ago and my Dr put me on Trazadone to help sleep. What if anything are the problems these two drugs taken together may cause. I ...

I’m a 44 year old man who had a heart attack “out of the blue” last Tuesday. A stent was...

Posted 14 days ago by Hogansfour 0 answers

... inserted after a balloon in my circumflex artery or penned up 100% blockage. I was released from the hospital after about 36 hours total. I felt good the first day home (Wed) and then started getting chest pains and some limb pains on Thursday. Fri was pretty rough, not with intense pain ...

Xarelto - Do I need to take this drug if I have not got AF?

Posted 15 Jun 2018 by AFMJS 2 answers

I had a heart attack last March 2018, I am a cocktail of drugs already and don't appear to have any side effects, but in my recent follow up (ECG, Echocardiogram etc.) my cardiologist wants me to go onto Rivaroxaban and maintain the existing drugs, my own GP concurs, but I'm really ...

Plavix. Had plaque build up in artery. Doctor used balloon and then removed the balloon.

Posted 19 days ago by 10395-Furr 0 answers

I was placed on Plavix for 3 months. One, is that OK? Two, is it safe to be weened off of Plavix? I will remain on aspirin for life.

How can I change the time of day I take Plavix?

Posted 20 Jun 2018 by susiev76 1 answer

My husband was hospitalized after a heart attack and they started him on Plavix and they would give it in the mornings. Now that he’s been released he prefers to take it at night as it will be easier to remember and be consistent. Our strategy was to take it 15 minutes later every day to ...

Can I replace Plavix for Xarelto during 6 days? I cannot get Xarelto until next weekend, but I...

Posted 23 Jun 2018 by Duchemin 0 answers

... still have some Plavix in my medicine cabinet. I was switched to Xarelto 20mg 10 months ago. Thank you.

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