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Aspirin Or Acetylsalicylic Acid
No: Although all 3 are non-steroidal anti inflammatory medications, they are also uniquely different chemicals. Neither of them contain the other medication. If you are allergic to Aspirin and nuprofen, you may have trouble taking voltaren (diclofenac) to. Consult your physician before taking. ...Read more
While taking valproic acid (depakene), is it safer to take acetaminophen (tylenol) or ibuprofen (motrin)?
Depakote: Either one, not to exceed recommended dose. ...Read more
While on valproic acid (depakene), is it safer to use acetaminophen (tylenol) or ibuprofen (motrin)?
Check With Your MD: One should always check with their physician if they have specific questions regarding their medical care. In general, both Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen are safe to take with valproic acid. Taking more than 4000mg of Acetaminophen is not recommended due to liver toxicity. Patients taking valproic acid should have their liver function evaluated regularly by a simple blood test. ...Read more
Tiaprof. Acid , mefenamic acid, diclofenac, meloxicam, peroxicam, celecoxib, which of this nsaids is safest for peptic ulcer and wich safest for child?
Neither: It depends on why the bilirubin is elevated. It could be benign elevation, it could be related to a variety of different types of liver diseases. The question is why is the bilirubin elevated. With that information, and the type of liver disease you have we can better recommend. ...Read more
Salicylic & Glycolic: You can use the products together. However the two products used together my cause increased dryness or irritation. ...Read more
Can acid reflux worsen by taking biotin, b12, omega 3 fish tabs. vitamin k2 , buffered vitamin c,vitamin d3 have Barrett's Esophagus and a hernia.
Possibly fish oil: Fats including fish oil can sometimes aggravate reflux; this is less likely if taken with food. But certain supplements are proven beneficial for reflux, esp. melatonin. See http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/5-natural-heartburn-remedies-proven-beat-drugs and http://www.denvernaturopathic.com/MelatoninandGERD.htm and http://tinyurl.com/p88fxjm ...Read more
Is taking PPI like Nexium (esomeprazole) only solution for containing effects of chronic acid reflux?
Diamox is contraindicated with salicylates. Is it safe to use a chemical exfoliant with 1% salicylic acid while taking it?
Is it safe to take ferrous sulfate or multivitamins (containing some acid like ascorbic) if you have erosive gastritis and hiatal hernia?
Generally yes: Over the counter vitamins and mineral supplement are generally safe. Gastric acid is necessary, but can become problematic if excessive amounts or ulcers develop. Okay to ask your health care team for advice. Stop using them if your develop symptoms. Be well. ...Read more
What would be the best medicine to protect my stomach from Advil 600mg 3x/day or Naprosyn (naproxen) 500? PPI's or acid reducers? Which is safest?
Long Answer: Recap: (antipyretic (decreases temperature), anti-inflammatory, analgesic) It is an irreversible Cox enzyme inhibitor (Suppression of prostaglandins that produce inflammation) Inhibits thromboxane, producing an inhibitory effect on platelet aggregation during the lifetime of the affected platelet (8–9 days). Other mechanisms also. ...Read more
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
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Sitting : Hemorrhoids can flair for many reasons. sitting or lack of activity may be best reason. When you sit for long periods you are putting the veins of the anus under stress causing blood to pool. The medication is for inflammatory bowel disease so make sure you GI doctor is aware of your problem and not a flare up. ...Read more
Not Necessarily: You could have had a contact dermatitis from the salicylic acid and still be able to take aspirin. You may need to have an aspirin challenge under the supervision of a physician to see if you react or not. You might also want to have a patch test that includes salicylic acid to verify for sure if that caused the reactions. ...Read more
Aspirin use : I would speak with your doctor about he risk vs. benefits for you in taking, or not taking this medication. ...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?
T'cytosis: 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
I have acid reflux is it safe to take coated aspirin? I would be taking it as needed for pain as nothing else that is over the counter works anymore.
E.C. Aspirin: You are likely taking you daily dose of aspirin for some cardiovascular reason so it’s important that you take it as prescribed. The enteric coating on the aspirin should minimize irritation to the lining of the stomach. Taking your dose along with a meal will further minimize the risk of gastritis. ...Read more
Is conjugated linolenic acid safe to take while on a beta blocker, low dose aspirin? Adverse effects on LFT's / blood sugar?
Is there any good substitute for low dose aspirin therapy(can cause buildup of uric acid) for heart disease?
I have mthfr, was rx'ed baby aspirin and folic acid. The more people i talk to the more tell me folic acid is harmful to take. What should I take?
Methylfolate: Folic acid = synthetic. Methylfolate = natural. Folic acid also decreases folate receptors on cells and decreases folate binding proteins (this is bad). Avoid folic acid. Buy Solgar brand methylfolate 800 mcg or other brand. See how you feel in the am. If tired and foggy headed, take one methylfolate. More info: Http://drfairchild.blogspot.com/2013/10/mthfr.html ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does mthfr cause miscarriage? I know i need to increase my folic acid but some dr's prescribe aspirin for pregnancy. My dr says no
Likely, no: New data has shown that a diagnosis of mthfr mutation is not a likely culprit for miscarriage. New recommendations from the american college of ob/gyn state: screening homocysteine levels or (mthfr) is not recommended, b/c mthfr has not been associated with poor pregnancy outcomes. Folic acid is always a good idea in pregnancy. A baby Aspirin for women with unexplained miscarriages, also good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr I'm 10 weeks pregnant, i had 2 miscarriages before at 5 weeks, now i have baby aspirin, clexane injection, folic acid, any side effect to baby?
It is likely safe: Enoxaparin ("Clexane" in UK; "Lovenox" in US) is commonly prescribed to pregnant women and is believed to be safe. It should be stopped before delivery. Aspirin should not be used during pregnancy *unless prescribed by a doctor*; it is commonly prescribed to treat antiphospholipid syndrome (which can lead to miscarriages) and preeclampsia. ...Read more
I am on clomiphene citrate, baby aspirin and folic acid.I have maternal fraternal twin uncles , I've been pregnant with twins bf.will I have twins?
Any interactions plaquenil methotrexate motrin800 Tylenol500 folic acid prilosec aspirin lopressor cartia imdur ambian singulair xyzal (levocetirizine) melatonin ?
Too many: You are taking so many drugs that it is difficult to tell whether drug interaction may occur. Even if you run a profile in Epocrates , it is impossible to tell whether a combination with another drug may lead to interaction. Thus you will require close monitoring by your doctor and be on the lookout for any adverse effects. ...Read more
Aspirin: 2 adult aspirins every 6 hours would be the limit, but you shouldn't take this dose for more than a day or two because of potential irritation of the stomach and duodenal lining and gi bleeding. It is unnecessary to take this theurapeutic dose of aspirin nowadays because of the availability of medication like Tylenol, (acetaminophen)ibuprofen,Aleve,etc and these also have their own precautions. ...Read more
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