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Aspirin Ec Medication
Dose dependent: Aspirin is good for mild pain, treats fever, and acts as an anti-inflammatory agent when used chronically. As the dose is increased, there is progressive issue with upset stomach and peptic ulceration. Codeine is good for moderate pain. As the dose is increased, it causes nausea and constipation. It is addicting. The drugs are combined to get a better total effect at lower doses. ...Read more
I don't have any medication (aspirin) right now and I can't go get some at the moment. Any way to get rid of this headache?
Rest: Sleep better. Reduce stress. Take electrolytes and make sure you are not dehydrated. Also make sure you have normal... Urination and bowel movements and no vomiting. If you have persistant headaches and other symptoms which are associated you should go see your doctor. Sometimes your headaches are a sign of some other ailment. ...Read more
Can I take something after exercising as my face stays feeling hot and is red for a long time afterwards? Would aspirin or any other medication help?
Exercise: When you exercise the blood vessels dilate to provide muscles with much needed blood flow. Might just try a cool shower or getting in an air conditioned room. ...Read more
Safe: To my knowledge anti diarrheals do not have either Aspirin or lead. ...Read more
Has anyone been allergic to percodan (oxycodone and aspirin) pain medication, and if so, what happened?
Not t Typically: Allergies usually don't occur with opioids of any type. But all do have side effects such as itching, nausea, constipation, and initially drowsiness and respiratory depression. Some of the opioids cause more than others. Percodan (oxycodone and aspirin) does contain Aspirin which some people can have serious reactions such as severe asthma possibly death. Also, no Aspirin in those under 18 or so with fever.. ...Read more
All blood thinning agents must be monitored as everyone may react differently to the different medications.
Even after a proper level is reached regular lab tests are required to monitor them.
Think of diabetics who must constantly monitor their Insulin levels may help you understand the reason for testing. ...Read more
My 9 yearold son is on ethosuximide 250 mg 1 daily, can I give him aspirin for a fever? He has the flue and has a temp of 101.1 and I don't know what he can take for a fever because of his medication
What OTC medication is best for pain relief from moderate bruising? I know aspirin wouldn't be the best idea.
Woke up with severe pain in the center of my chest, thought it's a trapped wind, medication for that helped, however the pain remains, pain becomes severe when sleeping and bending forward, I take aspirin for pain. Can a trapped wind cause Pleurisy?
Pericarditis: These symptoms seem suggestive of pericarditis- which is when the lining of the heart becomes inflammed. Moving forward and experiencing a change in the pain symptoms is a characteristic, because the heart moves in the 'bag' surrounding it. It is very painful and sharp in quality like you mentioned. Pleurisy is inflammation of the lining of the lungs - so it's similar. I recc to see a doctor there ...Read more
I have hyper aggregation thrombocyte. I take low dose aspirin 100mg, vit e400iu, folic acid daily. Is there any diet or medication to cure it?
Hello~ if you have idiopathic thrombocytosis do not take low dose aspirin, unless advice from hematology. It can makes it worse. The treatment is plasmapheresis (thrombopheresis) when platelets are >1.5million. You need to see and be followed by competent Heme-Oncologist thanks
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/PMC3145107/ ...Read more
My 9 month old son is on warfarin, aspirin and propranolol becouse of his giant coronary aneurysm, what's the side effects of this medications?
If someone suspected they were having a heart event may the person be better off taking 3 baby aspirin and/or adding a htn medication before the ER?
Only aspirin: Only aspirin is recommended in suspected heart attack. The main event in acute heart attack is blood clot blocking a coronary artery thus the rationale for giving aspirin. Any other medication have no benefit and potentially cause more harm such as lowering the BP too much ...Read more
Thick blood according to doctor. No medication prescribed. Suggested I do occasional blood donation. What about aspirin at night? How much and when?
Need more info: Thick blood is not a medical diagnosis. You may wish to consult a hematologist for proper evaluation. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without taking additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. ...Read more
Can I take Viagra if I Went thru an angiogram with stent placement before 3 years And I'm on medication: Aspirin, Concor 5 and Lipitor (atorvastatin) 20.
I had my coronary angioplasty one year back. I am on clopidogrel 70mg bd, atrovastation 40 mg od, metroprolol 25 od and aspirin 150mg od. Should I reduce my medication?
Reduce medication?: Your interist or cardiologist are the best qualified professionals to accurately answer that question for you. They will be most intimately in touch with your past and current medical condition. ...Read more
My doctor prescribed Alleve and aspirin to be taken together every morning after my knee surgery. Can these medications be combined safely?
Purpose?: Although they can probably be safely taken together, I have not seen this combination recommended. You should post this question to the doctor who prescribe the combination if you are concerned. ...Read more
My bf has Marfan's and he has no more heart pills and no insurance he has been taking low dose aspirin cause he doesn't have his normal pills. Is there anything else he can do till he goes too the doctors? Need answers fast his medication was atenolol it
Atenolol helps to decrease blood pressure and also decreases the force with which the heart ejects blood. It is a medicine to slow the heart rate and help prevent stress on the aorta.
His dilated aorta (or aortic aneurysm) is related to weakening of the connective tissue in the aorta and increases the risk of an aortic dissection, a surgical emergency. An aortic dissection is often fatal, presenting with chest pain often radiating through to the back. It may be a tearing sensation.
Heart-related complications may shorten the lifespan of people with this disease. Patients can survive well into their 60s. Good care and surgery may extend the lifespan further. ...Read more
I suffer from depression and I would like to try either omega-3 or st. John's wart as an alternative to medications. Will this effect my 81mg aspirin?
Bleeding: St. John's wort does not directly affect the same coagulation pathway as aspirin, but can affect your platelets, making them less "sticky." along with fish oil you could experience more bleeding. St. John's wort can be effective for mild-moderate depression. High epa omega-3 oils are helpful in depression, but aren't a stand-alone treatment. Please consider psychotherapy; it can help greatly. ...Read more
I am thinking of getting a tattoo currently I am on the following medication. Effient 1 a day temsig 50mg 1/2 day ramipril 2.5 1 a day aspirin 1/day is it advisable to get a tattoo as I have 2 stents and have had a heart attack in the last 18 months?
No: There is always a chance of infection--with your medical history I would not suggest it. ...Read more
I have hunger pains even when I am not hungry. I am on antibiotics right now. I am diabetic taking 4 medications and a heart patient on aspirin plav?
MayBeDueToAntibiotic: It may be due to Antibiotics, or due to the reason you are on Antibiotics. You are also a Diabetic and make sure your blood sugar is under control. If you start vomiting, excessive thirst, fatigue, loss of appetite, pain in abdomen, rapid breathing or shortness of breath.Then you need to be checked right away as these suggest Diabetic KetoAcidosis.You did not say why you are taking Antibiotics. Good Luck ...Read more
My son had a nasal skull fracture 2 years ago. Neurosurgeon said he is not allowed aspirin and anti inflammatory medication. Can I give him sinumax?
I am allergic to NSAIDs & Aspirin... Pcm prescribed Norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) (Hydrocod/Apap EQ) 5mg/325mg. Could you explain me for what is this medication?
Could apo mopropol type l or asperin cause red dot on arms and stomach or is it aspirin I had open heart surgery 6 months ago could it be the medication.?
Hi Doctor, I got my periods on January 11. I fell down and broke my ankle on January 26. The orthopedic surgeon prescribed me pain medication-ibuprofen and hydrocodone/acetaminophen tablets on addition to coated aspirin. I was on levothyroxine medication
Are there other good drugs, natural or otherwise that are good to prevent dvts and pe when on long flights besides aspirin?
Yes: Although it is rare to need medications during long flights, the only medications that have been proven to be effective are prescription anticoagulants (blood thinners). Aspirin and non-prescription, natural remedies have not been shown to be effective. If you have a medical condition that increases your risk, your physician can determine if you need a blood thinner before flying. ...Read more
I know that aspirin should be avoided by people with vascular eds. Are there other drugs t avoid?
Anticoagulants: Vascular ehlers-danlos is a difficult disease to manage. Any of the medications that suppress platelet function, and the anticoagulants generally, need to be avoided. However, of the common over-the-counter medicines, aspirin's by far the most powerful anti-clotting agent; before you receive any other medicine that could make you bleed, your physician would discuss risk-benefit with you. ...Read more
If you are allergic to aspirin, what inflammation drugs can you take that are not in the aspirin family?
Aspirin Allergy: Some persons with Aspirin allergy are allergic to all Aspirin related products while others are allergic only to specific products. Typically tylenol (acetaminophen) -acetominophen can be taken safely by all persons with Aspirin allergy. Most Aspirin related products block cox1 & cox 2 enzymes. Some persons with Aspirin allergy can take selective cox-2 blockers such as celebrex. Consult an allerist to be safe. ...Read more
If I took a drug with a pH level of 3. aspirin for example...what would be my resulting blood and urine pH levels? 7.4 and 5.2 respectively?
2 years post drug-eluting stents, still taking 5 mg. Effient am & 81 aspirin pm. I want to get off ALL drugs. It is safe to stop the Effient?
It is probably: Not safe but it is not for us to tell you to stop a medication in this platform. Please discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
Yes you can if neede: Yes you can if you need it for some relief as directed. ...Read more
Are there any documented cases of drug induced Lupus caused by Aspirin and if so how long after discontinued do symptoms subside?
Is there any common (otc) drug/medicine like aspirin or tylenol (acetaminophen) that will kill you in high doses?
Everything: In high enough doses, essentially every medicine becomes a toxin / poison. There is a toxicology book that addresses this: "the dose makes the poison.". ...Read more
How can I persuade the patient to take asprin (generic drug) instead of Ecotrin, Bayer (aspirin) (brand drug)? how to make awareness of available generic drug
It is trust issue:
First ecotrin is a coated aspirin so it can prevent any stomach reaction to Aspirin
In general older population has too issues one is they are slave to their habit if you change the color or the shape of their medicine they get confused second a trust issue as we get older we will have trust issues we think people try to trick us to see if we are confused or not explain gently and no frustration ...Read more