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i need to know what plavic is for



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Emmy Says:

Is plavic a blood thinner? or a bloodpressure tablet. I also take Betaloc and Olmetec. Had a few TIA,s I forgot which one is the bloodthinner, I am also on Actonel for Osteoporosis. Thank you, greetings.

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wilson Says:

would plavic be a good rlacement for cumidin. I am having some trouble with my veins leaking

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Verwon Says:

Though often misunderstood, the medication name is actually Plavix and it contains the active ingredient Clopidogrel, which is used to inhibit blood clotting.

Learn more Plavix details here.

Side effects may include nausea, dizziness and increased risk of bleeding.

As to whether or not it can replace your other medication, they are not really the same, so you'd need to discuss that with your doctor.

Are there any questions or comments?

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