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Diflunisal Salicylate Based Agent
Some right away othe: Some side effects like acute allergic reaction and acute GI bleeding, bloody or tarry stools, vomiting blood, dark coloured urine, chest pain and short of breath, come early serious increased risk of myocardial infection and stroke, kidney toxicity and effect on blood pressure takes some time like few weeks to months. ...Read more
Side Effects: Bleeding is the main one especially in the GI tract. Ringing in the ears & angioedema (swelling of skin tissues) can also occur. In children and adolescents, Aspirin is no longer indicated to control flu-like symptoms or the symptoms of chickenpox or other viral illnesses, because of the risk of reye's syndrome. ...Read more
No interaction: There is no interaction, but why are both required? ...Read more
Side Effects: I am assuming you mean side effects. A person can have an allergy to all anti inflammatories including Didlunisal which could cause hives, edema, breathing difficulties. Side effects can include cardiac issues, stomach pain, skin rash, bleeding, back pain, and headache, indigestion and multiple other issues ...Read more
Diamox is contraindicated with salicylates. Is it safe to use a chemical exfoliant with 1% salicylic acid while taking it?
Why do pain cremes like bengay or icyhot advise you not to use a heating pad? I thought it was methyl salicylate but even creams w/o still warn you
On Clopidogrel 75mg for stroke
from search US website an article
says avoid Vit K and Spices Chili curry
powder as they are high in Salicylates agree?
Clopidogrel food: 50 M on Clopidogrel 75 for stroke. Searched US website and find: avoid Via K and spices chili curry powder.as high n salicylate. Agree? ANS: never heard they are "high" in salicylates. Rcommend 4 a web site re meds: Drugs.com. Best 2 subscribe 2 Uptodate & u can read best medical inform on everything. Costs $300 by for $1 per day good bargain. Saves time & maybe ur life. Only search there. ...Read more
Yes: Yes you can but why would you ever want to take lipo 9 when there is absolutely no evidence that it does anything? ...Read more
If I take one pill of diflunisal each day, about how long will it take to see negative side effects?
Strange question: Diflucan (fluconazole) is an antifungal pill to treat or prevent a yeast infection, usually given during antibiotic treatment in women who are prone to fungal infections (e.g. Itchy vaginitis) after antibiotic use. Often one or two pill are all that is needed. I have no idea how long it would take to get negative side effects from daily diflucan; probably no one does! ...Read more
What happens if I take one 500mg pill of diflunisal each day, about how long will it take to see negative side effects?
Depends: Diflusinal or Dolobid is an nonsteroidal inflammatory drug and like others can cause immediate or delayed side effecrs in the gastrointestinal system, cardiac, renal, skin etc. If taken regularly it is wise to take a proton pump inhibitor such as Prilosec to prevent gastric ulcer and bleeding. ...Read more
Was just given baby aspirin for first time in er. How long would it take for salicylate intolerance or pseudoanaphylaxis to present?
Stop: Please go see your family doctor. Do not take the Aspirin until you have been cleared by a physician who knows you well. I see nothing in your history that would have warranted an er visit. You have chronic medical problems and possibly some mental health issues that could be stress caused by these conditions. It is always best to keep this in the primary care medical clinic. ...Read more
Hi, I'm taking Bengay (30% methyl salicylate) for inflammation. I'm weighing it on a scale to keep track. How many grams per day is okay to do? Thanks
Label directions: Since Bengay is purchased without a prescription it is safe to use. I have not known of a dosage to exceed. The manufacturer of Bengal has FDA approval for its labeling directions. Use according to label. Never heard of weighing out the product. You might consider asking who told you to do this. Is insurance paying for it. Might be a payer issue w insurance on a prescription from a doctor. ...Read more