What is pentoxifylline? Is this can help for chronic kidney disease?
Asked by Migdalia Krupke 1 month ago.
Pentoxifylline, a drug used to treat patients with circulation problems, may also benefit those with kidney disease caused by diabetes and other conditions. Specifically, pentoxifylline decreases proteinuria, the abnormal leakage of protein into the urine. Proteinuria is a strong risk factor for kidney failure, and by decreasing proteinuria, pentoxifylline may help in reducing the likelihood that a diabetic patient will end up needing dialysis. If you unsure ask the doctor. specialist or the National Kidney Foundation. Answered by Sylvie Fatula 1 month ago.
What will happen if I stop Pentoxifylline suddenly in my dog?
My 4lb dog (chihuahua) has started taking Pentoxifylline for vasculitus, it does seem to be working on the problem, however he's developed one of the rare side effects of nervousness and its absolutely not the same dog when he's on it, he wont let you get near him touch him especially trying to pick him up....
Asked by Vickie Hutch 1 month ago.
My 4lb dog (chihuahua) has started taking Pentoxifylline for vasculitus, it does seem to be working on the problem, however he's developed one of the rare side effects of nervousness and its absolutely not the same dog when he's on it, he wont let you get near him touch him especially trying to pick him up. he gets defensive and tries biting and acting as though he's in excruciating pain or is afraid pain is going to happen. .. is this a medication I can abruptly stop? or do I need to ween him off of it.. he's currently on 1/4 pill twice a day.. Answered by Cari Faltin 1 month ago.
nothing to death talk to vet Answered by Jackeline Mildenberger 1 month ago.
Has anyone used Pentoxifylline for chronic inflammation?
My doctor who treats me for Fibromyalgia ordered up blood tests for me...He said that my inflammation levels were still high. I was taking LD Natrexone (LDN) but had to stop because of surgery and post surgery pain killers being used....I am now back on LDN for about 3 weeks...Mood is better on this...However pain...
Asked by Darrin Darcangelo 1 month ago.
My doctor who treats me for Fibromyalgia ordered up blood tests for me...He said that my inflammation levels were still high. I was taking LD Natrexone (LDN) but had to stop because of surgery and post surgery pain killers being used....I am now back on LDN for about 3 weeks...Mood is better on this...However pain is only slightly better...My Dr. said that the LDN should have helped my inflammation but isn't...Now he wants me to take this Pentox...I have concerns because it can suppress the immune system (as I understand from my searches on the internet)...Has anyone had success with their inflammation on Pentox...I would be at 400mg once a day...Would this affect my leg circulation at this dosage ( I may have PAD as I get very tired when walking and have leg cramps)...Thank you for your help and answers...Gadget Answered by Debroah Armbrester 1 month ago.
If you have inflammation, then Fibromyalgia isn't your only problem. There is no inflammation in Fibromyalgia. I have tried Naproxen (unsuccessful), ibuprofen (successful) and prednisone (successful) for inflammation from my arthritis. .... Answered by Emelda Dorson 1 month ago.
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You might want to get the following nutrients checked by the doctor/nurse (they will take a blood test to see if you're low in any of them): Magnesium, vitamin B12, vitamin B5, vitamin B3, and vitamin B1. These nutrients have a MAJOR effect on pain and the nerves system in your body (and magnesium is even good against leg cramping)!! and medication might make you feel good, but it also depletes nutrition. so make sure you're getting these nutrients and knowing if you're low in them. Answered by Tennille Sabado 1 month ago.
Has anyone used Pentoxifylline for inflammatory conditions?
Asked by Maxie Salemi 1 month ago.
You can use it, but it doesn't work. Answered by Barbie Boocock 1 month ago.
Would trental (pentoxifylline) decrease blood pressure, specially diastolic blood pressure?
Asked by Odell Froid 1 month ago.
Trental reduces the viscosity or stickiness of your blood, allowing it to flow more freely. thus the heart would have to work less to pump blood. decreased resistance = decreased pressure Answered by Carrol Timpone 1 month ago.
Pentoxifylline makes me weak what to do? or how to use it?
doctor gave me this medicine, and i have to use it with other medicines that i have like: cellcept. but when i use it i cant do my daily work, i feel weak.plz help me...
Asked by Charlene Salzer 1 month ago.
Is your doctor aware of all the other medications you are using? This would include any over the counter medications like pain relievers, cold remedies, even vitamins and herbal supplements. Make sure you are completely honest, even if you are using substances that aren't exactly legal. Your life can depend on it. You need to contact your doctor asap and report any possible side effects so it can be determined whether you need to continue or discontinue medication. Get a second (medical) opinion if your questions aren't answered to your satisfaction. Answered by Latarsha Erding 1 month ago.
Some people have reported less weakening side effects when they significantly decreased starch in their diets, significantly increased high quality protein (eggs, cheese, fish), vitamin E, and changed exercise from aerobics to cardio. Though I suggest talking to a doctor prior to making such changes. Answered by Bessie Kujawski 1 month ago.
Has anyone ever used pentoxifylline for there dogs?mine has really dry skin on his ears .?
the vet is who recommed and ordered it
Asked by Ezra Dad 1 month ago.
he does not have mites and this has been an on going problem ,i changed his food to science diet ,and he gets vit too,he is very healthy but today the vet gave him this med and siad sometimes the ciculation is not good to ears and it will cause this ,does anyone know if its dangerous ,i have gave him one dose and he vomited a lil but this is commmon on thismed ,i just wanted to know if anyone else has used it ,i know its common ,but just kinda scared ..please answer this for me thanks Answered by Aron Darakjian 1 month ago.
If you have questions about the medication you may want to consult your vet again to be clear of any side effects or if there is an alternative they may recommend. You do need to inform your vet that the pet vomited. They will want to know if the pet vomited shortly after administering the medication? Typically, if it was within the hour, the medication probably came up and she didn't get much, if any of it in her system. I disagree with the comment stating Hills is not a quality brand diet. I work for a vet and we highly recommend it. My dogs are on the Hills J/D (Joint/Diet) and I've noticed significant improvement on their ability to get around. I'm barely using pain management medications for them since starting the diet. Once again, if you feel there is an issue with the medication, consult your regular vet or consider getting a second opinion from another. Either way, good luck. Hope your "baby" gets to feeling better soon. Answered by Karima Brining 1 month ago.
This will cause vomiting and diarrhea every dose he gets, it is not a good medication......trust me, I had to use it once, and the 3rd day, my vet said to stop it right now, our vet was on vacation and we had to take one of my little boys to the Er Vet, and when our vet returned, I called him, he said do not give that stuff, we stopped it immediately, and it took 3-4 days to get the baby back to stop vomiting, he had to have fluid IV's for 2 days due to dehydration from vomiting...you may want to change vets, or call him back again. also, the science diet dog food is not a good food for your dog, it causes bladder problems the longer the dog is on it, and is not furnishing all the vitamins and minerals the dog needs......our vet will not sell or recommend science diet at all..... Breeder 15 yrs, Min Schnauzers Answered by Ruthie Gensel 1 month ago.
Do you give the meds with food???/ This might help and does not have an effect on absorption. You also might want to ask your veterinarian for the drug insert and read the side effects. You could probably google the drug and find out this kind of information also. And to answer your question, I have not used it but this is what the doctor I worked with explained. Hope this helps Good luck Answered by Maria Hoen 1 month ago.
Ask the vet, he may be allergic. Answered by Odessa Bellhouse 1 month ago.
Has anyone ever used a medication called TRENTAL (Pentoxifylline) for circulation problems?
I am trying to help my grandfather who has circulation problems and his hands and feet get cold easy in the winter time. He is in good health overall, doesn't smoke, ect. His doctor mentioned a medication called TRENTAL...has anyone used this? What problems did you have? What positive benefits did you notice?...
Asked by Khalilah Mankus 1 month ago.
I am trying to help my grandfather who has circulation problems and his hands and feet get cold easy in the winter time. He is in good health overall, doesn't smoke, ect. His doctor mentioned a medication called TRENTAL...has anyone used this? What problems did you have? What positive benefits did you notice? What dose do you take and how often? Any other possible solutions for circulation problems like this besides the Trental? Answered by Ciera Vandeveer 1 month ago.
Yes, there are some natural ways to treat poor circulation. Cayenne or Capsicum (same herb) is excellent for increasing circulation. It is hot pepper. Take with food! Another herb that increases circulation to the extremeties is Ginko Biloba. You can take these herbs together, simultaneously, with no problems. A deodorized garlic supplement would also help. Cayenne strengthens the heart, too...while ginko biloba improves memory & helps improve erectile dysfunction, too. I know nothing about the medicine you mentioned. Sorry. Answered by Margaretta Kluever 1 month ago.
Why does the Pentoxifylline (tablet form) should be taken without breaking, crushing, or chewing the tablet?
Asked by Colette Possick 1 month ago.
The tablet is designed to be controlled-release. It is only given three times daily. Crushing or chewing the tablet would destroy the time-release mechanism, and the tablet would not give appropriate amounts of drug over time. Answered by Londa Bickett 1 month ago.