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Is is necessary to take (3) different blood pressure medicines?

Posted 6 Sep 2013 3 answers

My husband is taking Carvedilol, Lisinopril and Spironolactone. I am concerned about the side effects of taking so many medicines. He is also taking Atorvastatin, Warfarin, and Plavix.

What are the long term effects of coumadin? Why do INR levels fluctuate when diet etc remains same?

Posted 22 Jan 2011 2 answers

Why are INR levels so good for 4 to 6months & then just go up or down on next diet has not changed at all inr can be 2.5 &in a few months will be 3.8

How do I stop Plavix?

Posted 26 Jan 2012 3 answers

I have been taking Plavix for 2 years after MI back in 2009/100% occlusion of the left ventrical artery/.. The cardiologist thinks it is safe to stop it now. I have 2 bare metal stents and one DES/Xience V/ inside those two in the same artery. Have read a lot about the so called rebound effect of ...

Can Streptokinase be given 2nd time if MI occurs?

Posted 25 Apr 2010 2 answers

What is the advantages of clopidogrel over other antiplatlets?

Posted 28 Jul 2011 1 answer

please aknowledge me if there was acomparative studies between clopidogrel and other antiplatlets like cilostazole,and the benefits of using clopidogrel instead of warfarin or other drugs used in the same indication

Can you transition from 25mg Atenolol to 3.125mg Coreg within same day or next day?

Posted 5 Oct 2014 2 answers

I've been experiencing increased side effects, allergic in nature over past year with Atenolol. Tried to transition from Atenolol to Bystolic on 10-1-14 but it drove BP & Pulse ↑↑ for me. Im normal ly 107-70 to 120/80 BP & Pulse of 70s-80s. By 4p 10-3-14 Bp was in 150s & ...

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

Posted 20 Jun 2018 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 ...

Is it possible to switch from Plavix to Effient ?? how it can be done? please advise?

Posted 20 Oct 2011 1 answer

Is it possible? or the patient should continua on it's medication ?

I am curious about the long term affects of warfarin. Natural Alternatives?

Posted 3 May 2016 1 answer

Let's be realistic, you can't ingest rat poison on a daily basis and not suffer some kind of consequence. Anybody know of any studies, website, resources where I might find this? I have been taking warfarin for more than 25 years, starting in childhood at the age of 8. Any help would be ...

Heart attack and itching, is it a drug reaction or stent reaction or what?

Posted 30 Oct 2010 1 answer

Heart attack 27 days ago. Medicines coreg, plavix, lisinopril, warfarin, simvastatin. Now have itching covering entire body, why?

Can Cosopt, Alphagan or Diamox cause sinus bradycardia or AV block, what can I expect now?

Posted 5 Mar 2012 2 answers

I had used Alphagan - Brimonidine ophthalmic drops, an alpha adrenergic agonists with Cosopt, which has Timolol ophthalmic a Beta-blocker / Beta-adrenergic blocking agent which also includes Dorzolamide, a sulfonamide and Carbonic anhydrase inhibitor and Diamox Sequels 250mg Tablets an ...

Why is aspirin given at noon time?

Posted 1 Nov 2012 2 answers

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