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 Digitek Digoxin

Digoxin, sold under the brand name Lanoxin among others, is a medication used to treat various heart conditions.[2] Most frequently it is used for atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, and heart failure.[2] Digoxin is taken by mouth or by injection into a vein.[2] Common side effects include breast enlargement with other side effects generally due to an excessive dose.[2][3] These side effects may include loss of a...
Does digitek and ibuprofen thin your blood?

I'm on metoprolol and digitek. I had a cold so I took ibuprofen and pseudoephedrine. Would this cause thinning of blood? My nose is bleeding and eyes appear very bloodshot. ## Ibuprofen is an NSAID and while it may cause bleeding and change the way your blood forms platelets it does not thin your blood. This is pretty much a characteristic of most NSAIDs. Aspirin is the most common NSAID known to actually think the blood. ## Ibuprofen has been known to cause hemorrhage, so yes, it can cause blood thinning, and other issues, according to FDA reports. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and stomach irritation. How severe is the nosebleed? Are there the only medications you take? How much Ibuprofen did you take? Can you please post back with more specific detail... ...

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does this thin your blood

my son just had his wisdom teeth removed. the bleeding doesn't seem to want to stop. he is on Benazepril and Digitek. Do they thin his blood? ## Linda, Both seem to be cardiac / blood pressure drugs, so it could be very possible that they would affect the amount of bleeding. Ultimately the oral surgeon should know about him being on these meds so that any additional precautions can be taken. Wishing your son a smooth recovery, Mark ## thanks Mark, as it turns out his meds do not have blood thinners. The oral surgeon finally called and he said all was fine, that he had to dig deeper to remove them. But you are so kind to wish my son well, it made me smile, thanks~ Linda ## Linda, You're very welcome :) I can sympathize because I had all 4 wisdom teeth removed about 10 yrs ago and... ...

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White ROUND Pill Marked B 146

I have a small round white pill that is blank on one side, and has B 146 and is scored on the other side does anyone know what they are? I can't remember....Thanks ## This is a 250mcg Digitek tablet, which contains the active ingredient Digoxin, it is used to treat various heart conditions. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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round, light yellow pill, scored in center, B on top, 145 under, 3/32 thick, l/4 diameter. Recalled April 30 as pill could have double strength due to possible increased thickness. ...

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what drug family it digitek in ...

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Digitek 250 MG

small white tablet with a B at the top and 146 at the bottom ## This is Digoxin 0.25mgs for heart problems. Digitek ...

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What to not take with...

Can Digitek .25 mg be taken with Ibuprofen 800mg? ## is there a contraindication with this drug and butalbitol ?? ...

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for the heart ## need informatin about digitex ## The drug name is actually Digitek. Here's a link to the monograph for more information: ...

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In1907/08 I was given by DR an overdose of Digitek

I had a stress related heart attack due to atril-fib. Since the overdose of Digitek I nearly died and since then have had stroke and seizures. I am involved in a lawsuit becaure of this. Is anyone also involved, and what is the latest thing that has happened. I want my life back. It was taken away from me and now I can't work. I would appreciate any info that you can share if you were a victim such as I was regard this overdose of digitek by the manufacture. I'm looking for some help. I get letters from attorneys, but no answers yet. I have lost my life as I once knew it and I want my life. back. ...

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White round B 146

What is a white round tablet marked "B 146"? ## This is Digitek 0.25mgs, a generic for Lanoxin, or Digoxin, this is used for people with weakened hearts to help them function properly. ## I need to know the price of lanoxin .25mgs, as well as folic acid 1mg tablets. Please get back to me soon. ## Sorry, this site does not sell, or provide drugs here. I belive there are links on the site for pharmaceutical companies that do, you will have to visit on of those sites to find your information. ## I need to know if i can i go to the manufacturer and ask for a med's assistance? What happened is my insurance is under cobra b/c-b/s but i was behind for 2 months so they terminated my policy. I had an open heart surgery with the replacement of 2 mechanical valves and i really need to ... ...

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In1907/08 I was given by DR an overdose of Digitek

The overdose was a manufacturing error that resulted in my almost dying, and now include strokes and seizures. Any one else involved in the lawsuit against the manufacture? ...

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 NDC 0378-6155
Digitek .125 mg Oral Tablet by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. ## Markings: M;145 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Yellow ## Package Codes: 0378-6155-01, 0378-6155-10, 0378-6155-50, 0378-6155-77 ## Active Ingredients: Digoxin
 NDC 0378-6156
Digitek .25 mg Oral Tablet by Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc. ## Markings: M;147 ## Shape: Round ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 0378-6156-01, 0378-6156-10, 0378-6156-50, 0378-6156-77 ## Active Ingredients: Digoxin
 NDC 42292-002
Digitek .25 mg Oral Tablet by Mylan Institutional Inc. ## Markings: M;147 ## Shape: Round ## Color: White ## Package Codes: 42292-002-20 ## Active Ingredients: Digoxin
 NDC 42292-003
Digitek .125 mg Oral Tablet by Mylan Institutional Inc. ## Markings: M;145 ## Shape: Round ## Color: Yellow ## Package Codes: 42292-003-20 ## Active Ingredients: Digoxin

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