Clopiwin 75 Mg Dosing And Administration

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What time of the day should clopiwin 75 mg be taken or administered? Morning or evening?

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David Says:

Clopiwin contains the active ingredient Clopidogrel, which is a prescription drug marketed for use in treating/preventing various heart problems or stroke.

Due to the sensitive nature of its inherent use-case, I would think it's imperative that you discuss dosing and administration with your prescribing doctor.

General dosing guidelines suggest taking 75mg once daily with or without food. However, they do not mention what time of day you should take it.

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