Is Met Forming 500mg,gabapentin,prednisone,blood Thinners

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Kenneth Says:
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I am a diabetic and I am having surgery and need to know if any of my meds are blood thinners. I take prednisone 10mg, met forming 500mg, gabapentin 400mgs

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Kenneth! How are you?

No, none of these are blood thinners, but you may still need to stop one, or more of them, before surgery, so it is always best to double check with your surgeon to be sure.

The Prednisone can sometimes interact with some medications that are used during surgery, according to the NIH.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Cola Says:
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Having knee replace in one week should I stop my gabetine

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ski Says:

i am having surgery within 5 days must i stop taking atorvastatin

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PQ Says:

My husband is having surgery and needs to stop blood thinners. Are any of these in that category:atorvastatin, carvedilol and loser tan?

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I am a doctor Says:

I am 77 yrs old .I am on Metformin,Amlopress,Amaryl2 mg+ 1 mg and cardivas6.5 any of these drugs is blood thinner.

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