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Is dipyridamole drug safe for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding?

Is dipyridamole drug safe for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding?

Yes: There have been human and animal studies showing that Dipyridamole is safe in pregnancy and when breastfeeding. If you are on this medication, you should continue it until your doctor tells you to stop. ...Read more

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Dr. Jeffrey Satinover
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When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more


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Can you take aspenter, aspacardin and dipyridamole all at the same time?

Can you take aspenter, aspacardin and dipyridamole all at the same time?

Yes, you can, but: The aspacardin is basically magnesium. The other two, are actually compounded together for some people. The risk is slight increase chance of bleeding, or difficultly forming blood clots, but not too great of a risk. ...Read more

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Is it bad to give her an aspenter and aspacardine and dipyridamole all in the same time?

No: If these are prescribed by your physician to treat a medical condition, there is no reason not to take them together. ...Read more

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Will cilostazol be affected if I take dipyridamole?

Will cilostazol be affected if I take dipyridamole?

Bleeding risk: The combination may increase your risk of bleeding, but the benefits may outweigh the risks , so ask your doctor. ...Read more

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What is an antidote for dipyridamole?

What is an antidote for dipyridamole?

Aminophylline: Aminophylline reverses the vasodilatory effects of dipyridamole. However, vasopressors may still be required. Dialysis won't work since it's protein-bound. ...Read more

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Why would dipyridamole used in ophthalmology?

Why would dipyridamole used in ophthalmology?

See below: I do not know any ophthalmologists that routinely prescribe dipyridamole. Theoretically it could be used as an additional antithrombotic if someone is having recurrent embolic events such as branch retinal artery occlusions but most ophthalmologists would defer this decision to a cardiologist or primary physician more comfortable with prescribing it. ...Read more

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What is the medication dipyridamole 25 mg used for in humans?

What is the medication dipyridamole 25 mg used for in humans?

Vasodilator: Dipyridamole is a vasodilator -- that means it dilates and relaxes the blood vessel through its indirect action on the vessel smooth muscle. In the past, it has been used for chest pain and cardioprotection -- but these days it has gone by the wayside because of the extensive use of nitroglycerin. It is still used in combination with Aspirin for stroke prevention. ...Read more

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Why is dipyridamole on beer labels?

Why is dipyridamole on beer labels?

What are u drinking?: Well i never saw this on a beer label. Caution is advised in taking that drug with alcohol because of bleeding issues but i never saw it on a label. Certainly, the drug is not an ingredient of any beer so it could be a warning but i never saw it. What brand of beer did you see that on and how much did you drink? http://www.funnyforwards.com/beerwarninglabels.htm. ...Read more

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Can I take aspirin and dipyridamole?

Yes but bleeding ris: The combination exists in one pill called " aggrenox". It is useful in stroke prevention, but it can cause bleeding, and only a doctor can decide if the benefits outweigh the risks of taking both. ...Read more

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Dr. Timothy Guiney
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