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Pentoxifylline Allergy Drugs
Improve circulation : Bleeding main side effect.Get a more detailed answer ›
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
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Which of the drugs/over the counter supplements have blood-thinning effects? L-arginine,pentoxifylline, Coq10, Vitamin-e? Read e,pentox arg all do.
A large number: There are a lot of OTC medications and herbal supplements can 'thin the blood'. Medications like aspirin, ibuprofen, Naprosyn, (naproxen) fish oil, all can have this effect. Herbal supplements such as borage, ginko, garlic, ginger can also have some effect. If you are on a prescription. Blood thinner, then discuss the use of OTC and herbal medications with your physician before taking anything new. ...Read more
Trental (pentoxifylline): "Trental should not be used in patients with recent cerebral and/or retinal hemorrhage or in patients who have previously exhibited intolerance to this product or methylxanthines such as caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine." See: http://www.drugs.com/pro/trental.html ...Read more
Very little success!: The drug is used to help people with vascular claudication , purportedly improving circulation by making red cells more "pliable." it works for this. There are a number of reports on its use, but little are placebo-controlled trials. Has been used in raynaud's, vascultis (small vessel), and other diseases. Few side-effects occur. No value in arthritis, but can be tried in a rheumatology practice. ...Read more
Yes: Yes you do however it is not considered very effective for claudication ...Read more
Focus on what helps: There is no evidence that any medicine taken by men will increase the chance that their female partner will become pregnant. Trental, (pentoxifylline) clomid, tamoxifen, anastrozole, vitamins, supplements... All not proven to increase the pregnancy rates. If you have 10 million motile sperm you can try naturally if possible or with insemination. If not then ivf. ...Read more
Not conclusive.: Multiple trials failed to show conclusive superiority the superiority of either corticosteroid or Pentoxifylline in treating alcoholic hepatitis. However, it shows superiority over placebo for prevention of fatal HRS and thus maybe effective for treatment t of SAH when n corticosteroids are contraindicated. ...Read more
Can you advise on trental (pentoxifylline) for raynouds and let you know Cialis works fantastically100%pharmaceutical companies /govt need to expand it's uses .
That is Intersting: Thank you for the information. It makes sense. Consider cutting 20mg for cost savings. Tramadol is a good for pain. It's a partial opiod stimulator that also improves pain by building up noerpi, like cymbalta (duloxetine). 2-300 mg in divided doses is cheap and could help the effects of the pain on mood. Make sure sleeping at night, even if med needed. Sleep, pain, stress, mood all need managent. Gd luc. ...Read more
PAD bad circulation: Trental (pentoxifylline) is given to treat symptoms of peripheral arterial disease (pad). In particular, it is used when someone gets leg cramping when they walk. Other treatments for this problem include: regular exercise, quitting smoking, controlling cholesterol and maintaining blood pressure levels. The evaluation for pad includes comparing blood pressure in the arm and legs, an "ankle-brachial index.". ...Read more
Is it okay if trental (pentoxifylline) 400 and dilizem 5 mg for circulation can be taken forever.Wud there any down sides of taking it for long or is it safe.Help.Thx?
Ok to take meds: There is no really problem taking those meds as long as you need them. If the medical problem resolves or significantly improves, your doctor may feel you can stop them. If you are tolerating them now with minimal side effects then there really is no compelling reason to say stop taking them. Damaged caused by long term use is very unlikely. Always talk to your doc before stopping meds ...Read more