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Acitrom Side Effects
Sir,I AM SUFFERING FORM DVT SINCE 2000AT THAT TIME I WAS HOSPITALISED AND GIVEN HIPARINE FOR 10 DAYS THAN AFTER CONTINEOUS CONSULTATION WITH MY DOCTOR THEY GIVEN ME 150mg ASPIRINE FOR UP TO NONEMBER 2010 THAN SAME PROUBLEM ARISED AND CLOATING IN LEFT LEG AGAIN FOUND IN COLOUR DOPPLER SO THEY AGAIN ADMITED IN HOSPITAL AND GIVEN HIPARINE FOR 07 DAYS THAN AFTER CONTINEOUS CONSULTATION WITH MY DOCTOR THEY GIVEN ME 2 TO 4 mg ACETROM DEPENDS UPON PT INR AND AT PRESENT I AM TAKE 3mg ACETROM WITH MULTI VITAMINE TABLETS SO YOU ARE REQUESTED TO GIVE ME YOUR VALUABLE SUGGESTION/PRECAUTIONS FOR THE SAME.WEATHER I CAN CHANGE ACETROM TO ASPIRINE? ## You should follow the doctor's instructions on what you should use. While Aspirin can cause blood thinning, it doesn't work in the same manner an... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Aspirin.
Sun, Jan 12 '14, 3:02 AM   9  Subscribe to thread 222833
Acitrom Side Effects FOR MVR Surgery
acitrom 4mg side effects and complications ...
Updated 11 months ago.
Thu, Apr 25 '13, 10:58 PM   0 
Acitrom Side Effects To burn patient (skin alergy).
My father was 32% burn from electric and admitted in hospital. After one month he developed DVT. Now he is suffering this problem from two month and taking Acitrom 6mg daily, After that he has an skin alergy in burn areas. please advice me how can i solve these problems. ## With the burns and that skin still healing, I have to say that it is really far to risky to try to solve these issues on your own. Has he consulted his doctor? It is normal for the healing skin in burned areas to be more sensitive and it will sometimes react to something that the rest of someone's skin does not. They may be able to provide him with something else he can use to alleviate the symptoms or they may need to switch him to a different medication. The Acitrom contains an Acenocoumarol compound, it is an ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Acenocoumarol.
Thu, May 31 '12, 9:44 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 221614
acitrom
acitrom tablet , side effects and other details ## Sorry, since this is not available in the U.S. finding information on it is difficult. Other countries just do not regulate their drugs and require as much information to be available to the consumer as the U.S. FDA does. I suggest asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ## I had a arotic valve surgery in 1990 and now doctors in Army RR in delhi advided me to go under surgery again but i examined the same in AIIMS and they ask me to continue the med (Acitron, Digoxin, Dietied (hope spelled correctly!!)) so now I am in a dialima whether to go for surgery again or not.... Also please let me know what to do to avoid this operation (personally, I dont want to get operated again) (My operation was done in 1990 in CMC vallur) a... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Digoxin.
Sun, Jul 01 '12, 9:20 PM   6  Subscribe to thread 178634
Lupirtin Side Effects
have suffered from DVT . I am on accitrom have severe pains in my body, speacially ,shoulder ,back and legs. I have multy allergies. even pain killers parasetmol. should I takelupirtin 100mg ## Have you consulted your doctor? With your condition, it is important to get to the root of what is causing your problem and with extensive allergies, only they can help you decided what would be an appropriate medication for you to try. Acitrom contains the active ingredient Acenocoumarol, it is used to prevent blood clotting: Lupirtin contains the active ingredients Flupentixol and Melitracen: ...
Updated 2 years ago in Acenocoumarol.
Tue, Jun 21 '11, 10:33 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 218353
acitrom1
details of syntrom ## Acitrom contains Acenocoumarol, this is an anticoagulant, that works as a Vitamin K agonist, to thin the blood and help prevent clotting. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness and bleeding. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Acenocoumarol.
Sun, Nov 28 '10, 6:23 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 211245
Clopilet A-150 & Acitrom 10mg.
Is it fine to take this 2 tablets for long time. I was suffered from pulmonary thromoembloism and get treatment for it. Doctor prescribed to take Acitrom 10mg + clopilet A 150 + Dytor Plus10 + Deriphyllin Retard 150. My PT (INR) is 3.15. Is there any side effects or any risk involve to continue the medicines. ...
Updated 2 years ago.
Fri, Feb 24 '12, 3:00 AM   0 
what is the risk factors of the acitrom
what is the risk factors of the acitrom for the valve replacement patients ## Actually my father was expired and the cause of death is ACUTE SUBDURAL HEMATOMA ACITROM INDUCED My father underwent double valve replacement and he was in anticoagulant theraphy. ## hi my wife is 5 month pregnant and she is suffering from dvt in left leg and she had prescribed acitrom 3 mg daily, but we both worried about baby mental and physical development. last period date of my wife is 30/01/2012 please tell us is our child is safe or any side effects of acitrom will harm the baby. Thanks & Regards ...
Updated 1 year ago in Blood Thinner (Anticoagulant).
Sat, Jul 07 '12, 2:11 AM   2  Subscribe to thread 206146
Should the advice of replacing ecosprin 75 by Acitrom 2 (Nicoumalone 2mg) in palpitrations in RHD/Mild MS/Trivial MR be accepted?
Cardorone 100 Mg is also advised to be taken a day for the rheumatic affection of mild thickening and doming of mitral leaflets ## Sir my wife was suffering from severe headache due to a clot two years back, she was diagnosed cortical venous thrombosis with low protien-s and after recover from that problem in nov 2008 docter prescribed acitrom 3mg(dose depend upon PT INR ) for life long but after dental surgery in nov 2010 docter replaced acitrom by ecosprin 150 .sir i want to know its side effects and can we plan a baby with these medicines?And is there any possibility to stop medicine for ever? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Sun, Jan 30 '11, 12:31 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 199012
What Is Dvt
WHAT ARE THE SIDE EFFECTS OF ACITROM 4 TABLETS IN LONG TERM ...
Updated 1 year ago.
Fri, Sep 07 '12, 12:16 PM   0 
Shoulder pain
libotryp in frozen shoulder-role and side effects ## I am suffering with mild mitral valve problem iam taking acitrom 1mg, Pentids 800 and atocor 10 mg since i have to visit a spine doctor for back problem Dr. gave clopitab A ,cobix 200 and nexito ls on 1 day itself i had some imbalance after taking aditional medicine advice i have some tiggling on my eyes and lips some times ## Libotryp contains Amitriptyline and Chlordiazepoxide, it is actually an antidepressant, but some medication in this class can help with some types of nerve pain. Do you know what has caused the frozen shoulder? If it is from an injury that needs to heal, this will probably not help much. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Read more: Narsiman: Pentids contains the antib... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Amitriptyline.
Sun, Oct 07 '12, 10:46 AM   4  Subscribe to thread 212318
hifenac D
i m having toothache and i m taking hifenac D so is this helpful in reducing pain and how long i have to take and how many times ## I have already taken Acitrom 3 mg for Antithrombin III and have feel headache freequently then my doctor prescribed Hifenac D then rectify my Headache after six hrs came same ache.Pl advice me, What I can do for me? ## Hifenac-D contains Aceclofenac and Paracetamol, both of which are used to relieve pain and fever, plus the Aceclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, so it can help with swelling. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation. You can learn more Aceclofenac details here and you can learn more Acetaminophen details here. As to the dental pain, it may help, but that pain will conti... ...
Updated 10 months ago in Antithrombin III.
Wed, May 15 '13, 4:03 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 186832


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