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

Posted 3 May 2016 by anahmarie 0 answers

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 ...

My mom died after starting Lopressor?

Posted 13 May 2016 by Kristiana 0 answers

My mom was suffered cough with ACEI(Ramipril).so.can she take ARB(Telmisertan) instead of?

Posted 1 Jan 2016 by Khin Nyein Chan 1 answer

My mom was suffered cough with ACEI(Ramipri).It was prescribed for ? cardiac remodeling after myocardial infarct.She was suffered anterior myocardial infarct last 13th December,2015.Now,1st Janauary.At first,she had dry cough.Now,some sputum is seen.? Secondary bacterial infection.Today,some blood ...

Can I take paracetemol if Im allergic to asprin?

Posted 17 Dec 2015 by belinda98 0 answers

Does lisinopril cause itching and burning of the skin?

Posted 26 Aug 2015 by RayRay1419 0 answers

I was just prescribed lisinopril and only took one dose. My skin started itching a few days later and has been like that for two weeks. Can one dose have this kind of effect?

Is it safe to stop taking warfarin?

Posted 21 Apr 2015 by CariCannon 1 answer

My sister takes warfarin due heart valve replacement. Her INRbis never stable. Yesterday it was 7.4 and her Dr. Advised her to stop taking it for 4days, is this safe?

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

Posted 5 Oct 2014 by SmartiMarti 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 & ...

Myocardial Infarction - heart attack damage in L2?

Posted 28 Nov 2014 by marlia469 1 answer

heart attack damage to half of the heart

Heparin Lock Flush -?

Posted 30 Aug 2014 by CaptainAmerica 54 1 answer

I have had a reaction called HIT syndrome, to heparin. How much heparin, if... given again, could create an issue for me?

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

Posted 6 Sep 2013 by curvish 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.

Would like the best practice for anticoagulants for mi?

Posted 11 Sep 2013 by SRRNCLNC 2 answers

Please clarify when it is best to give coumadin,agrenox, plavix, or xarelto. When do you give asprin?

IS Rivaroxaban supplementary of Clopidogrel?

Posted 29 Jun 2013 by livesumon 1 answer

What if any interactions can cause a heart infarction?

Posted 18 Jun 2013 by Christina L 3 answers

MAJOR INTERACTIONS: citalopram <--> asenapine; potassium chloride <--> lisinopril; albuterol (Proventil HFA) <--> citalopram; oxybutynin <--> potassium chloride There are also quite a few moderate interactions with the medication I am taking.

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