Is There An Alternative To Ecosprin 75 Mg Which I Am Taking After A Heart Attack In 2005 But Has Caused Ulcer And I Vomited Blood 2011

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Murali D. Says:


I have undergone angioplasty in 2005 after a heart attack. I am taking atorva 20 mg, deplatt 75 mg, ecosprin 75 mg. My cholesterol, triglycerides, are normal. I am not diabetic nor I have high BP. In 2011 I vomited blood and also used to pass blood in stool. I was in icu and I was told I have an ulcer in stomach/intestine region. I am taking pantodac 20 mg and iron tablets daily. My hb now is 13.4 gm%. What can I do to avoid further ulcers formation. Is there an alternative for ecosprin. It can be allopathic or homeopathic or ayurvedic. I am 173 cms tall and weigh 63 kilogram (140 pounds). Please let me know. I will be very indebted. Thank you very much.



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Manrock Says:

have you able to find alternate, how is your current condition now?

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Hemant Says:

There is no proven substitute for the drugs that you are taking,, just that you have to take these life long ,, to prevent ulcers, you can modify your diet and avoid consuming things which give you acidity,, Pantaprazole , you have to take,

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Panky Says:
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I have antral ulcer because of ecospirin. I cant discontinue the same. What can I do to prevent ulcer.


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anil Says:
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hi, I m 33years old. I suffering GERD, antrul ulcers. doctor advise some medicine to take.
medicine list below :
1)pantocid hp kit: take two times daily before meal an half hour for 14 days
2)levotril 25 ; daily three times before food for 2 month

3)cap prosing : daily two times before food for 1 month
I know that's medicine are enough to relief antrul ulcers, &also know which foods are not take during tritment

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Ria Says:

ask your doctor about clopidogrel. Switching off to that drug could help.

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usha Says:
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take garlic cloves 2-3 ,morning empty stomach, add more turmeric in your diet, it will give good benifits

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