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List Of Over The Counter Blood Thinners
Hypertension: Do not miss meds, rebound hypertension spike is possible. ...Read more
Agents which slow ;/or break down blood clot formation in up to 3 different ways (they do not decrease blood viscosity; thickness.) (1) some inhibit platelet function (e.g. Aspirin, clopidogrel, etc.). (2) others interfere with some of the clot forming proteins (warfarin, dabigatran, rivaroxaban, etc.), (3) others stimulate the blood clot destruction ...Read more
Blood clots : No of diseases can increase risk of blood clot. Some of them are genetic such as factor v leiden mutation, prothrombin gene mutation, protein c, s, at 3 deficiency, high homocysteine, mthfr mutation, anti phospholipid syndrome, pnh etc. Some acquired like after surgery, use of ocp, trauma, long distance travelling, smoking, pregnancy and certain cancers esp pancreatic, brain, stomach etc. ...Read more
I need some sort of medication for the scratch in my eye, no type of over the counter drops are working?
Spot on iris?: The iris is inside the eye and surface anatomical aspects will not be affected by anything you do. But the spot, if new, might be a corneal ulcer which will look superimposed on the iris. This needs treatment so if this is the case, especially if the eye is red and/or painful, then see your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
Is it normal for sugar such as In the form of ice cream a couple of bowls to raise your heart rate? Blood pressure remains the same!
No: The increase in the blood sugar does not give rise to increase in the heart rate. Heart rate can go high even when you get nervous or are stressed out. It may also go up on fast walking, and for some people when they feel fear. You need not to worry if the heart rate came down soon and did not lead to dizziness or decrease in blood pressure. To be on the safe side, let a nurse or doctor check. ...Read more
Unlikely : The herbal ingredients in somnapure are all geared towards helping you relax and sleep better. Each ingredient on its own and combined in this product should not elevate your blood pressure. However if you are mixing it with some other prescription medication that might cause an interaction that could raise your blood pressure. Check with your doctor or pharmacist for possible interactions ...Read more
Antihypertensive: There are multiple classes of effective agents, unfortunately all medicines have side effects. If you work diligently with your care provider you should be able to arrive at a tolerable and effective regimen. ...Read more
Are there data on the average increase in blood pressure associated with the use of effexor (venlafaxine)?
The most proven meds: The most proven medications for high blood pressure are hydrochlorthiazide/chlorthalidone (diuretic), lisinopril (ACE inhibitor), and amlodipine(calcium channel blocker). "Proven" means there is extensive and accepted scientific evidence that they not only lower BP but prevent strokes, heart and kidney damage and improve survival. Many other meds in these classes are also effective and useful. ...Read more
Have irritated nose and pressure in forehead and nose also orthostatic hypotension any idea of an over the counter medicine?
Sound like sinusitis: There is not suff information. How do you know you have postural hypotension? What is usual BP? What is yout heart rate? Have you been eating and drinking fluids? Do you have a fever. What meds do you take? What is your medical HX. Please try and answer these in another question. ...Read more
Dear sir, which type of these medicine are the best, paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin. From the point of safety?
ARB or ACE inhibitor: Beta blockers are to be avoided as most common drug to cause side-effect of "being held back" or fatigue. Ace inhibitors good choice anti hypertensive bc of all it's pleitropic benefits. ...Read more
When was the first use of high blood pressure medication? We want to know the origin of successful medications being used for high blood pressure.
First BP meds:
The earliest ways to treat high blood pressure include a low sodium and high potassium diet however people tend not to like to use diet and medications were developed. Some of the first were sympathetic blockers developed in the 1950s. Then came Aldomet, guanethidine and apresoljne and spironolactone in 60s. As well as diuretics. Specialize in this and happy to help.
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