Blood Vessels

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The blood vessels are the part of the circulatory system that transports blood throughout the human body.[1] There are three major types of blood vessels: the arteries, which carry the blood away from the heart; the capillaries, which enable the actual exchange of water and chemicals between the blood and the tissues; and the veins, which carry blood from the capillaries back toward the heart. The word vascular, meaning relating to the blood vessels, is derived from the Latin vas, meaning ves...

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Numbness In Legs
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I have been suffering from numbness and electric shock like radiations, it started in my left leg then on left hand followed my ache n shocks in right hand and right leg...... i underwent MRI dorsal and NCL... but to my surprise my reports were normal.... Iam on medication but no result yet.. could you tell me the reason behind my unrecovery??? and what do i do? ## I've been on primolut nor for a month and started to feel numbness and a weakness in both legs on and and off all day .I have varicose veins as well . Ibsyoppedtdking it 2 weeks ago and still feel symptoms.I'm wondering if the pills are causing these numb sensations? What do I do now?
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Isoxilan Tablet Dosing & Administration
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When do mommy's take an isoxilan tablet?As i've heard mommy can only takr the medicine if she feels pain..But the doctor says take it 3x a day?should i take it duringg if i feel pain or just take it 3x a day coz the OB gyne prescribed it? ## Isoxsuprine is used to relax the uterus and smooth muscles, therefore, it is intended to be taken to prevent premature labor. Thus, you should take it 3 times a day, just as your doctor prescribed. Otherwise, if you are having a problem that causes the risk of premature labor, by the time you are feeling the pain, it could be too late to take it and stop you from going into labor early. Most medications work best when they are in the body, in a regular, steady level. Are there any other questions? ## ask ko lng isoxilan kc ung bngy sakin ng ...
Updated 29 days ago in Isoxsuprine.
effects of discontinuation of duvadilan retard 40 mg
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I am 18 weeks pregnant now. My doctor prescribed me Duvadilan retard 40 mg twice a day from 16 weeks. But my body is feeling quite uneasy after taking it. So I have stopped the medicine today.. Will it cause any serious effect to my baby.. plz reply as soon as possible. I am Ru, 38 years old woman, having my first pregnancy yet. Thnx a lot. ## Hi. I am 36 years old now and am 19 weeks pregnant and I have conceived through IVF by God's grace; I got successful in my first cycle. Everything was fine till the 18th week. But now I had to shift to my mom's place, and my Doctor has suggested me to take Duvadilan retard 40 mg to avoid preterm Delivery. I am worried what harm it might cause. ## My doctor suggested I take duvadalin retard but I am not taking it... Will it cause any proble...
Updated 1 month ago in Isoxsuprine.
duvadilan side effect
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duvadilan side effect ## Duvadlan contains the active ingredient Isoxsuprine, it is a Vasodilator, in some countries it is given to pregnant women in premature labor to help relax the uterus, it is also used to help increase cirulation. Some side effects may include: nausea, blood pressure changes and increase heart rate. You can read the limited information available here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## i take duvadilan..2 times a day. . even im not pregnant. . and i think i ahave menstration. . whrn i take that medicine. . my mens is stop. . i want to get pregnant. . please help me. .thanks ## why are the side side effects of duvadilan to the baby ? will the baby have some mental order? ## I HAVE A BROTHER WHO HAVE DISSOSIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER. MY MOTHER DRANK DUVADI...
Updated 2 months ago in Isoxsuprine.
how to cure side effect of mala d
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I am using MALA-D tablets over 10 years ,from last 3 years i am suffering from sideeffects of mala-d tablets,my blood vessels of legs were blocked this cause me severe pain and lot of high temperature in my foots,i also always in weakness and blood sugar also.i am taking blood pills also i dont have any relief,during the time of mensuration i have too weaakness and blood loss,low temperature.please tell me the right medicines
Updated 2 months ago.
Use Of Isoxsuprine In Pregnency
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i want to know the use of this medicine in the pregnency, and the dose rate and duration can be used. and i m afraid whether there is any side effects to the baby. ## Isoxsuprine is used during pregnancy to prevent premature labor. If you are having a problem with premature labor, then it means your doctor has decided that the benefits of using the medication outweight the risk. They will also carefully evaluate the dosage and duration of use, so you should follow their instructions. If you don't, you risk having your baby to early, it could be stillborn or born with severe health problems. Are there any comments or questions? ## even my gynac suggested to use this medicine. There is no preterm Labour. I am just about to begin my 8th month of pregnancy. Everything is going normal. I...
Updated 3 months ago in Isoxsuprine.
isoxusprine hydrocloride effects on babys health
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Am 22 weeks pregnant. I was suggested to take isoxusprine hydrochloride tablets for 15 days for every 6 hours a there any problem to baby. ## This is actually used to help improve your baby's health, by increasing blood flow to the infant. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, and headache. You should take it as directed by your doctor. Has there been any change? Congratulations on the baby?
Updated 4 months ago in Isoxsuprine.
Absolut tablet alternatives
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I'm a 43 yr old woman suffering from varicose veins and calcaneal spur. My physiotherapist recommended me Absolut tablet, but it is expensive. Can you suggest some substitute for Absolut tablet?
Updated 4 months ago.
Side Effects Of Duvadilan Retard
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I'm in 33rd week of pregnancy now and my Doctor have prescribed me the Duvadilan Retard 40mg tablet for 10 days (one per day). Please advice me the purpose of taking that medicine during this period of pregnancy. Also please let me know whether there are any side effects to the baby if I take this medicine. ## Duvadilan Retard contains the active ingredient Isoxsuprine, which is a vasodilator that's used to increase blood flow. Doctors sometimes give it during pregnancy to help ensure that proper blood flow is getting to your uterus to help ensure better health for that baby. Learn more Isoxsuprine details here. If your doctor thinks you need to take it for awhile, that means there are probably much greater risks to your baby if you don't take it. Are there any other questio...
Updated 5 months ago in Isoxsuprine.
concor and exercise
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I think concor slows the reaction response time for your heart to pump, thus making you more relaxed or something. However does this cause any big problems with cardiovascular training? ## This medication actually relaxes your blood vessels making it easier for your heart to pump blood, so it doesn't have to work so hard, according to the NIH. As to cardio training, you may experience some initial issues, such as being out of breath, and fatigued faster than usual, but things should improve in a few weeks, once your body gets used to the medication, according to the U.S. FDA. Are you on any other medications?
Updated 6 months ago.

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