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In regard to my mvp and that my physician has prescribed propranolol and asa, whether these medications could treat my mvp forever or not?
MVP: Mitral valve prolapse is a valular heart disease characterized by the displacement of abnormally thickened mitral valve leaflet into the left atrium during systole.It is diagnosed by 2d echo. The medication given "propanalol" may prevent some of the symptoms of disautonomia which include palpitations and chest pain. Aspirin has anti platelet activity which may be beneficial. ...Read more
My double vision is reduced with medication, but at certain point its constant. Can my eyewill be asa healthier as it was?
Feel better on estrogen. Doctor prescribed low dose. Is that ok if in my 90s? (pacemaker, on thyroid, ntg, cholesterol lowering, asa, other drugs)
How does sulfasalazine measure up to other 5-asa drugs such as asacol (mesalamine) and colazal for ulcerative colitis?
Corticosteroids: But they are not minor league meds. ...Read more
26 y/o F. Gpa had MI and quadruple bipass at 70 and uncle just had massive MI causing death at 67. Other gpa died of MI at 56. Should take daily ASA?
May b not: While ASA is a good medication for someone who has had a heart attack or stroke or irregularly irregularly heart rhythm, after consultation with a doctor, if you do not have allergy to it. It is not recommend as daily medication for otherwise healthy person just based on family history. Consulting your Provider for details is a better option. ...Read more