Is it safe to take heart medications, blood thinners, and blood pressure medicine with penicillin?

Yes unless.... Yes unless the blood thinner is coumadin (warfarin). All antibiotics can interact with Coumadin (warfarin) to raise its effect, so an earlier blood test is needed.
Yes. Yes, in general penicillen has no negative interactions. But make sure the prescribing physician has a complete list of all your medications, supplements, and over the counter medications.

Related Questions

What do you suggest if my heart feels weird after taking a blood pressure medicine?

Need more specifics. But this is a good thing to talk to your doctor about. There are umpteen different medicines and your doctor needs to work with you to find the one that works, with the best side effect profile. Read more...

Should you take levitra (vardenafil) with blood thinners and blood pressure medicine?

Depends. There is no significant interaction with blood thinners. There are a few blood pressure medications that have interactions with Levitra (vardenafil) though. You should discuss with your doctor and review your medications before using levitra (vardenafil). Read more...

Should I take my high blood pressure and/or heart medicines the morning of the sigmoidoscopy procedure?

Discuss w/doc. Your GI doc may want to modify the regimen on the day of the procedure by having you delay or skip a dose, but it depends on the meds, if any sedation will be used, and your other conditions. This is a common question and is best asked directly of the performing clinician. Read more...
Medications. Yes, you should. Ideally with just few sips or water and at least 2-3 hours earlier than you procedure. Read more...

My husband is 58 and has had untreated high blood pressure for 20 years. He won't take medication. He's heavy. Is he at risk for heart disease?

Yes. Youf husband is not thinking right. With high blood pressure he is at risk for strokes, heart disease, kidney failure. She should have a full work up at be treated. Read more...
YES. High BP is a silent killer. It causes few symptoms until it's already damaged the heart, brain or kidneys. Usually by then damage is irreversible. Some media reports might confuse people because there's been recent debate about whether treatment is needed for mild hypertension. But it's pretty clear to everyone that anything over 150/90 or so is dangerous, especially over another 20-30 years. Read more...