Blood Clotting (Hemostasis)

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Blood Clotting (Hemostasis) Overview

Hemostasis or haemostasis is a process to prevent and stop bleeding, meaning to keep blood within a damaged blood vessel (the opposite of hemostasis is hemorrhage). It is the first stage of wound healing. This involves coagulation, blood changing from a liquid to a gel. Intact blood vessels are central to moderating blood's tendency to form clots. The endothelial cells of intact vessels prevent blood clotting with a heparin-like molecule and thrombomodulin and prevent platelet aggregation wit...

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Where to donate lovenox

After searching quite a bit, I finally found an organization that will take leftover Lovenox for donation: World Medical Relief ( I wanted to post this here because it was so difficult finding a place to donate these, and hopefully this will help other people donate (rather than destroy) their left-over Lovenox. ## Hi Corie, Thank you so much for sharing this important information and resource here. Leftover medication that costs hundreds if not thousands of dollars are constantly in jeopardy of being washed down the toilet (causing environmental concerns), or otherwise being improperly disposed of due to a lack of knowledge and information provided by the pharmacists who dispense it; let alone finding a place like you have. It is my opinion that these medical do...

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Irregular Periods Tablet

I have experienced this twice since last year when I encountered 3 months of irregular menstruation. The doctor says that a kind of pills would bring back my regular menstruation but I don't know what kind? Would you please give me an answer? ## I am a 22 year old girl and my last period was on the 13th of May. Pls suggest a good tablet to regulate my periods. ## Proper treatment depends on what's causing your menstrual cycle to be irregular and this answer refers to both of you. Learn more menstruation details here. What you need to do is see your respective doctors, so they can do an exam and testing, then they can recommend the proper treatment, if one is necessary. Are there any other questions? ## I'm just 18. I have had period irregularity for the last 3 months and som...

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Lovenox and low platelets

My husband is currently taking 2 shots of Lovenox a day. I believe each is 125mg? He went to his hematologist the other day and it was found that his platelets are decreasing. Could Lovenox cause this? I really hope not because they state since he was on Coumadin/Warfarin for more than 20 years, that the Coumadin no longer provided the effects necessary to keep his blood thinned out to prevent blood clots. ## Yes, Lovenox has been known to cause that, he may require a dosage adjustments, or to try a different medication. Does he also watch his diet? While on a blood thinner, he should stay away from dark leafy greens, such as spinach, that contain a lot of vitamin K. Some other medications, and foods, may also cause additional blood thinning. Is he taking anything else?

Updated in Lovenox

I have been taking lovenox post heart attack for 4 days. Is it ok to take plavix too ? ## WHEN I CAN USE PLAVIX AFTER FINISH WITH LOVENOX ## Both Lovenox and Plavix are blood thinners, so you should always follow your doctor's instructions for taking them, and not combine them, unless specifically instructed to do so, since it could create an increased risk of bleeding, and possible hemorrhage. Are either of you on any other medications? In the case of heart attack, you should take the one your doctor has told you to take, for your own safety. Do you know what caused your heart attack?

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NDC code for HCPCS J7192

Can you please provide me with the correct NDC for this drug? It's HCPCS code is J7192. ## After some research I found a PDF from Anthem listing a number of "Antihemophilic Factor and Clotting Factor" drugs. Further down it lists the HCPCS code J7192 next to a drug called Advate. The HCPCS code may also refer to something more general "Factor viii (antihemophilic factor, human)" but that could open up an even larger list of NDCs. In the mean time, you can pull a list of NDC codes for Advate at: /NDC/Advate/ Is this what you are looking for?

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Trapic Mf Tablet

do you put on weight with trapicmf and gynaecp? ## i want to know whether trapic mf should be taken inspite of novex ds treatment for control of excess bleeding? ## @sujata, Not everyone puts on weight from taking these drugs. Medications can affect everyone differently; some people get great results from taking, but there are others that it just doesn't work for and the only way to find out is to actually try it. The most common side effects for this medication may include: back pain, joint pain, nasal congestion and stomach pain. @rani, Trapic-MF contains the active ingredient Mefenamic Acid and Tranexamic Acid. I have not been able to locate any specific details on the active ingredients found in Novex, in order to compare the two and research possible interactions. Would you hap...

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can primolut be taken alongside tranexamic acid

I was 6 weeks pregnant and had a miscarriage. Since then I have been seeing clumps of blood dropping. My doctor now prescribed primulot N along with tranexamic acid. Can this combination work together? ## I'm taking tranexamic acid for heavy bleeding. It reduced my bleeding to spotting now so my doc prescribed primulot-n. Can I take both medications together?

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Combining primolut n with tranexamic acid

I'm on a short vacation with my husband, my period came 18 days after the last period, I started off immediately with 1 tablet of primolut N 3 times daily but I am still bleeding, is it ok to take tranexamic acid as well to stop my period? ## Ive been menstrating for 2 weeks after taking a contraceptive. Is it advisable for me to take Traxenamic acid 500mg Primolut N

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Can Pause 500 be used in pregnancy

Tablet Pause 500 -Is it indicated in pregnancy bleeding? ## Pause contains Tranexamin Acid, which is commonly used to help stop bleeding. In the U.S. it is not approved for use in pregnant women, due to risks to the baby and the fact that it crosses the placenta to the baby. Are there any questions or comments? ## My wife is 7-8 week pregnant. but in last 3days spoting was found. l called the doctor and he prescribed pause 500.i just want to know is pause 500 safe in pregnancy and another thing i want to know after spoting she had no there any chance of miscarriage or it is a normal phenomenon. ## Manju giri gokul town ship virar w I have 3 months aminorrhia pv bleeding I can take tab pause 500 ## Hi,, no bleeding but blood clotting in the foetus,is it advisable to take pause me...

is pause-mf harmful..will it make me adddicted to it

hai..i am 22 years old..i had my cycle only 4 about one and a half days last month..this month im having it 4 11 was really heavy for about 2 half days bt its much lesser now..i took 3 pause tablets nd it stopped i forgot to take it in the afternoon and it started again..this is really bothering not able to concentrate on anything else because iv never had such this something i should worry about.. is there any problem with my uterus...plz reply going into depression ## Pause-MF contains the active ingredients Mefenamic Acid and Tranexamic Acid, it is used to help control or stop excessive bleeding. No, it is not addictive. As to the irregularities of your cycle, it is normal to have this happen, sometimes. Every woman goes through it, no female ...

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Blood Clotting (Hemostasis) Medications (58 results)

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