Clopidogrel bisulfate (Plavix) side effects?
I want to know the detailed information about Plavix side effects. thank you!
Asked by Josefina Mclachlan 1 month ago.
The problem is plavix side effects, it is not you Answered by Hilaria Ribera 1 month ago.
Does clopidogrel bisulfate has any serious side-effects? Is there any better succedaneum?
Asked by Robyn Schwarzer 1 month ago.
it reduces the probability of blood clots. Guys like me use it to reduce the possibility of a heart attack. Almost all of this class of drugs are the same, act the same, and perform the same service for the heart. The greatest side effect is that is you take this with aspirin, you will not clot easily...that is, when you cut yourself, you could bleed for awhile. SO NO RUNNING WITH SCISSORS. Answered by Zack Binkerd 1 month ago.
What exactly does the drug Plavix do?
My husband is having heart issues and I'm hoping the Dr doesn't prescribe Plavix for him, I looked up my insurance and it's 1800.00 for a 3 month supply and no other generic is listed for this medicine. He has an irregular heartbeat.
Asked by Mika Westermeier 1 month ago.
Clopidogrel bisulfate (Plavix) prevents thrombocyte (platelet) aggregation and agglutination meaning that it prevents so-called 'white' blood clots in arteries. [Blood clots in veins are composed primarily of erythrocytes - red blood cells - and are therefore referred to as 'red' blood clots.] Clopidogrel is not typically prescribed for an irregular heart rhythm so there must be more to the story than you are aware of. Aspirin has effects similar to clopidogrel and aspirin and clopidogrel in combination are utilized after placement of stents in coronary arteries. I would wonder if aspirin would be as effective as clopidogrel but as stated above there really is no clear indication for either in your question. I would suggest that you ask your husband's physician for further education about the indication for the drug as well as its advantages and disadvantages. I would also ask if something less expensive such as aspirin would work as well. If I may be of further assistance please let me know. I wish you and your husband the very best of health and in all things may God bless. Answered by Eleanor Bendle 1 month ago.
Plavix is an antiplatelet drug and works similar to aspirin. It is not usually given for irregular heartbeats. Plavix is usually prescribed for patients that have stents in the arteries or previous heart attack or stroke. Anticoagulation drugs like Coumadin are usually prescribed for atrial fibrillation if that is what he has. Answered by Lindsy Perrella 1 month ago.
I take plagril one tableta day for better blood circulation and one tgtip10 and one protomag per day?
the last two for reducing chlostrol . will it have any side effects??
Asked by Prudence Hergenreter 1 month ago.
plagril is Clopidogrel Bisulfate it simply works like aspirin in preventing platelet aggregation and blood clotting so its for blood viscosity Side effects, that may go away during treatment, include diarrhoea or indigestion. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience sudden, severe, persistent headache; change in vision; rash; itching; nosebleeds; excessive bleeding from cuts; bleeding from gums when brushing teeth; increased menstrual bleeding; unexplained vaginal bleeding; unusual bruising; discoloration of urine or stool; black, tarry stools; sore throat or fever; weakness; speech problems; seizures; yellowing of the skin or eyes; or pale skin i am not sure about the second drug tgtip something wrong in the spelling but u might mean Atorlip 10 mg its Lipitor Atorvastatin Calcium The most common side effects associated with Lipitor were constipation, flatulence, indigestion, and abdominal pain. If you are prescribed Lipitor your healthcare professional may want to conduct routine blood tests to check your liver function before and after starting treatment Answered by Annis Debiase 1 month ago.
What is the generic name for Plavix?
Thing are the thing that im doing rearch on Plavix about. Generic Name, Indication, Forms, Side Effects.
Asked by Monet Valeriani 1 month ago.
Generic name: Clopidogrel Bisulfate Indication: platelet aggregation inhibitor. Form: round, pink, slightly biconvex, film-coated, engraved with "75" on one side and "1171" on the other side. Side effects: • neutropenia & thrombocytopenia, • granulocytopenia, • bleeding and clotting disorders, • skin disorder, • hepatic and biliary disorders. Answered by Coy Bober 1 month ago.
Plavix Generic Name Answered by Phyliss Kleinhans 1 month ago.
what is the price of generic Plavix at OPTUM RX MAIL ORDER? Answered by Chuck Vanni 1 month ago.
What kind of reactions would you think a person would have by taking these 13 pills?
Glipizide, Nifedical XL ,Hydrocododone, Levothyroxine, Lovastatin, Morphine SUlf, Tizanidine, Lexapro, Metopropol, Lisinopril, Glipizide,Clopidogrel Bisulfate, and Hydrochlorothiazide. 1 prescription of each per month.
Asked by Janella Marzili 1 month ago.
I would question mixing some of these pills such as Hydrocodone and Morphine S. You also need to watch what you are mixing with Metopropol. Did these all come from one Dr. and do you have them all filled at the same pharmacy? Many times Pharmacists can detect medications that should not be mixed if they are all filled at one pharmacy. Answered by Freda Pugeda 1 month ago.
Your school probably offers a therapist or someone similar to speak with. Start there and explain everything you have shared with us. From there, they can contact your parents and explain that you truly do have an issue that needs to be addressed. Your behavior is not that of a "typical teenager." You need help and thank God you recognize that you need help. It is a shame that your parents don't realize you are in need; it will help having an adult from your school call them to talk about it. If there is no therapist available, talk to one of your teachers. They are all trained in how to help students who are reaching out. And believe it or not therapy will do wonders for you. It will help heal your hurt and work through your problems. They might even want to start you on some anti-depressants and that is perfectly ok. They will help you feel better and help balance out the chemicals and hormones fighting it out in your brain. But once you start feeling better, remember to stick with your doctor's plan so you can stay healthy! Good luck! Answered by Micah Zagar 1 month ago.
Herbal remedies i can take instead of plavix?
what is plavix and asprin
Asked by Rosalba Beland 1 month ago.
None. Plavix™ (clopidogrel bisulfate) is a platelet aggregation inhibitor (NOT an anticoagulant). There is nothing over-the-counter, let alone sitting around in some drainage ditch, that does anything even remotely similar. Answered by Cheree Durian 1 month ago.
You could try White Willow bark, that is where Asprin comes from. Plavix is a man made blood thinner, as far as what it is made from, I do not know, Answered by Vanessa Francesconi 1 month ago.
My nose has bled a little non stop for 2 days, i have used up a whole box of tissues but it still bleeds, help?
i suffer from anorexia and have anemia, i am wondering if that has anything to do with it? thank you
Asked by Mikel Cordovano 1 month ago.
Poop can be a territorial marking also. You need to be sure you are getting all the poop or she will come back to the site. Also I you litter has a strong scent she may not want to dig in it. Digging stirs up the scent and she may find it unpleasant to her nose. Try a clay litter and use some indoor cat no at the place where she has been going. And last but not least put a different kind of rug down for a while. Get a plastic mat or something that has a totally different feel to it than the one she is pooping on. Answered by Emmaline Eberhart 1 month ago.
its been two days, if you've been tending to it, and applying pressure to the bridge of your nose, there is nothing more that you can do at home. go to the doctor as soon as possible. I cant tell you why its bleeding, because im not an expert on anemia, but i can tell you that you need your blood. Take care of it! Answered by Magdalen Aleo 1 month ago.
How do you get rid of the plaque in your veins?
I want to know how to get rid of a plaque build up in veins or arteries.Like for example does exercies get rid of the plaque orcertain foods like maybe vinegar , or certain medications.A lot of treatment suggests exercise does it actually get rid of the plaque.This is related to Peripheral Arterial Disease....
Asked by Creola Frati 1 month ago.
I want to know how to get rid of a plaque build up in veins or arteries. Like for example does exercies get rid of the plaque or certain foods like maybe vinegar , or certain medications. A lot of treatment suggests exercise does it actually get rid of the plaque. This is related to Peripheral Arterial Disease. I do not experience major discomfort or pain, only mostly an intense itchy coldness in legs. I Do not smoke. Everything I know is research based. Do not tell me to go to a doctor. I do not want to know about angioplasty, because I think that does not get rid of the plaque. Thanks in Advance. Answered by Garland Suskin 1 month ago.
What "Pat Wooden" says is correct. And,if I add it, about medication, aspirin, clopidogrel bisulfate, cilostazol, atorvastatin and so on are popular as anti-plaque drugs. About food, fish which is rich in EPA（eicosapentaenoic acid)･DHA(Docosahexaenoic acid) is popular. Answered by Asley Dayhuff 1 month ago.
The best way to get rid of plaque is to live a healthy lifestyle. Cut down on junk food, which contains lots of fats and sugars. Exercise regularly and maintain a healthy weight. Answered by Lucia Takemoto 1 month ago.