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Updated 12 years ago in Blood Thinner (Anticoagulant).
Thu, Jul 28 '05, 2:17 PM
blood thinning medications
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Are these meds considered blood thinners for surgery: ferrous sulfate 325 mg EC, glipizide 5 methocarbamol 500 mg, metformin 1000 mg ## No, none of the medications you listed are considered blood thinners. NSAIDS, such as Aleve, ASPRIN, ibuprofen, and prescribed NSAIDS are considered meds that can thin the blood as well as your typical blood thinners...... Coumadin, heparin, etc. ...
Updated 3 years ago in Ferrous Sulfate.
Sun, Nov 16 '14, 9:41 AM
Does Tramadl/APAP cause thinning of the blood like aspirn
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Does Tramadl/APAP cause thinning of the blood like aspirn? ## Does tramadl/apap cause thinning of blood & inflamation? ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Sat, Feb 26 '11, 3:25 PM
Concerned about Hair Thinning
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I have only been on HCTZ for 3 weeks because of high blood pressure readings, and I have seen a definite change in my hair. There is total lack of body, and even my husband has noticed the thinner quality of my hair. I am afraid to comb it for fear of seeing more hair on the comb, but at this stage it is more a total thinness. Is 3 weeks too short a time for this to happen? Previous to that I was on a different blood pressure med briefly, called Diltiazem, right after my foot/ankle surgery. But I don't see thinning of hair as being a side effect for that med. Was wondering if anyone else experienced this problem while on HCTZ and if so, was there anything that can be done to help. This is causing me a lot of stress. Haven't had this problem before and don't want this to get ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Hydrochlorothiazide, HCTZ.
Mon, Oct 19 '15, 6:39 PM
bystolic and hair loss/thinning
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Hi, I have been on bystolic for over a year now, what I am noticing lately is hair loss/thinning... is this a side effect of Bystolic? Is it reversible? As a woman, the last thing i want is to be lose my hair. HELP! ## Hello, Rose! How are you? Yes, hair loss can be a side effect and, unfortunately, once it's started it usually continues as long as someone is taking it. The only way to reverse it would be to speak to your doctor about trying a different medication. Is there anything else I can help with? ## After going on bi-stolic for high blood pressure) for a few months my hair started thinning ALOT! My dermatologist said it can happen with beta blockers. My cardiologist said he can take me off and try something else. Has anyone been switched to an equally effective HBP medicatio... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Bystolic.
Fri, Dec 12 '14, 9:21 AM
Blood Thinners
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All ## is diltiazem cd a blood thinner ## Is diltiazem a blood thinner? ## No, it is not. It is a calcium channel blocker that is used to high blood pressure, and certain cardiac conditions. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, low heart right, and hypertension. I cannot possibly list all the medications that may cause blood thinning. To the OP can you please post back and clarify which one you are asking about? Thank you! ...
Updated 1 month ago in Diltiazem.
Sun, Nov 26 '17, 9:56 PM
IsTramadol a blood thinner
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is tramadol hcl 50 a blood thinner? ## Tramadol is not a blood thinner, nor does it have blood thinning effects in and of itself. Tramadol is in a class of medications called opiate agonists, which works by changing the way the body senses pain. Learn More: Tramadol Details I hope this helps! ...
Updated 5 years ago in Tramadol.
Sun, Jan 13 '13, 3:44 PM
is tramadol a blood thinner
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I am on blood thiners so can tramadol hcl 50 mg can it make my blood thiner ## Hello, Marge! How are you? No, Tramadol does not have any blood thinning properties. It is classified by the FDA as an opioid analgesic, so it carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, dry mouth and constipation. However, you should only take it, if it has been prescribed for you by your doctor. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Tramadol.
Wed, Mar 18 '15, 12:38 PM
is hydrocodone a blood thinner
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will hydrocodone cream thin the blood Yes or no ## Hydrocodone does not come in a cream. I believe you're talking about Hydrocortizone Cream. ## Hello, Mike! How are you? On top of what BL said, no Hydrocortisone in the cream is a topical steroid used to treat skin rashes and allergic reactions. And no, it should not cause blood thinning, because you usually don't absorb much of it. Side effects are usually limited to topical reactions, such as skin irritation and redness. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Mon, Sep 29 '14, 4:54 PM
loprin 75 used for blood pressure
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I have high blood pressure and I am taking loprin 75. Is it right? Note: I used to be a drug addict - i.e. morphine (opiates). ## Did your doctor tell you to take this? From what I can find, it is listed as containing Aspirin, which is used for blood thinning and heart health, but will not help lower blood pressure. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and stomach irritation. Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 9 months ago in Morphine.
Sat, Mar 25 '17, 9:13 PM
pregnant and on blood pressure meds
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Hi, I am pregnant and on blood pressure medication to regulate my high blood pressure. I recently heard that since I'm pregnant and on blood pressure medication I should also be on blood thinners to prevent a blood clot. Is this true? ## I have never heard of such a thing, as a matter of fact, from what I've read in pregnancy information, most women are just on a blood pressure medication, such as Labetalol and nothing else. Many of them have blood thinning properties of their own, so another blood thinner is rarely necessary, unless there is some other underlying condition, such as a clotting disorder, prior stroke, or etc. What has your doctor advised? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Labetalol.
Mon, Nov 18 '13, 2:46 PM
blood thinner anticoagulant diclofenac
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Does diclofenac act as a blood as aspirin Have read a million articles and read a lot of information but not one article has actually came out and said yes or no ## Hello, Stas76! How are you? It can cause some minor blood thinning, as a side effect, but not like Aspirin or an actual blood thinner will, so it shouldn't be relief on to do such. It is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and the FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you for the input. I have issues with nerve and inflamation I take diclofenic as needed but as i have read it does raise my blood pressure..Have been reading about the sodium type vs the potassium type. My doctors say there should be no impro... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Diclofenac.
Thu, Nov 19 '15, 4:55 PM
is hydrocodone/ 7 5 325 mg tab a blood thinner
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i was given the above for pain when i had a knee replaced,now i'm going for the other one and the doctor told me to stop taking diclofenac and my replaced knee is killing me when i walk. is the above pill (subject)contain any blood thinners???? ## Hi, Jack! Sorry about the pain that you're in. The two ingredients are 7.5mgs of the narcotic Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen. The Acetaminophen can have some slight blood thinning effect, so I'd suggest checking with your doctor, before taking it, to see if it is safe for you to do so. Learn more Lortab details here. Since it contains a narcotic, it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, dizziness and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## v... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Hydrocodone.
Wed, Aug 28 '13, 10:21 AM
Does the Watson 853 pill thin a persons blood?
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Does this medicine have any blood thinning properties like aspirin? ## Hello, Jeff! How are you? The prescription drug identification databases list this tablet as containing 10mgs of Hydrocodone and 325mgs of Acetaminophen, so no, it isn't known to cause blood thinning like the NSAIDs. The FDA lists this medication as a narcotic analgesic, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Aspirin.
Fri, Dec 26 '14, 6:56 PM
Need to avoid blood thinners. Ketopro? Lidocaine?
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My neurosurgeon told me to avoid NSAIDS or anything that will thin my blood because I am scheduled for surgery in 6 days. I am in excruciating pain because I had to stop taking Voltaren. I have a topical solution that has Ketopro 10%, cyclobenzaprine 1% and lidocaine 5%. I can't get in touch with the mail order pharmacy. Does anyone know, if any of those will cause blood thinning? Thank you! ## Yes, the Ketopro stands for Ketoprofen, which is an NSAID, so it should be avoided, before surgery, according to your doctor's instructions. The FDA lists its other typical side effects, when used topically, as possibly including headache, skin redness, irritation, and flaking. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 6 months ago in Lidocaine.
Thu, Jun 22 '17, 6:22 PM
can i take propoxyph with my blood pressure meds
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I am currently taking Verapamil 300mg, lisinopril 20mg and avalide 300mg. Can i take propoxyph darv-n 100 with these meds? ## My perscription is propox/apap 100/650 1 or two tabs every 4 hours as needed. Other meds arel lovastatin,lotrel,hctz with one 325mg aspirin each day. Is this OK with the opiate above? ## I think the primary concern here would be the APAP, which stands for Acetaminophen, being coupled with the Aspirin that you are already taking. These can both result in blood thinning and combining the two could cause stomach irritation and ulcers. Using it in conjunction with the blood pressure meds means that some extra monitoring of your BP and pulse rate should be done, while you are using, since it can cause depression of these bodily cycles, which means you could end up wit... ...
Updated 8 years ago in Verapamil.
Sun, Jul 12 '09, 5:52 PM
butalb acetamin caff 50 325 40 effects on your blood
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I am having surgery on my nose and need to know if this medication thins your blood? ## Hello, Jef! How are you? The Acetaminophen in this can cause some blood thinning, but not as much as NSAIDs. I'd suggest checking with your surgeon to see if you need to stop taking it. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, nervousness and insomnia. Did they give a specific list of what not to take? ## Jeff, Hope all went well with surgery, my husband has had a runy nose for about 1 year to 18 months what was your reason for surgery ...
Updated 2 years ago in Acetaminophen.
Sun, Mar 08 '15, 3:55 AM
does the medicine drug thiner cause blood to come out in your urine
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I have been taking blood thiners for the past 4 days now. Ever since I have been taking the blood thiner blood comes out in my urine. Does the blood thiner cause this to happen? And if so, why? ## From what I've read, if you can see blood in your urine, you should probably get an evaluation as soon as possible. At least to make sure that there's nothing serious taking place. Common drugs that may cause visible urinary blood include, but are not limited to: Blood thinning medications (such as aspirin, warfarin, or heparin), penicillin, and the anti-cancer drug cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan). Does anyone happen to know why blood thinners cause this, or Is it simply a matter of blood viscosity? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Aspirin.
Fri, Jun 28 '13, 10:45 PM
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blood thinning, cholesterol ...
Updated 11 years ago in Blood Thinner (Anticoagulant).
Wed, Feb 01 '06, 8:38 AM
grendis 300mg
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pill. blood thinning medication ## I ned to know how is grendis work, cause my father use grendis for thinning his bloods, he got a cardiovasculer problem and his doctor give him grendis ## Sorry, this isn't available in the US and I cannot find any information on it. ## Grendis works in 3 ways, 1 just like aspirin, it inhibit thromboxane A2 thereby inhibiting aggregation or clumping of platelet, 2; just like cilostazol, it inhibit phosphodiesterase, thereby preserving cyclic AMP which is an anti aggregant also. I also stimulate human nitric oxide in human neutrofil thereby increasing it's antiinflammatory, vasodilatory and anti-aggregant effect. One good thing about triflusal is that, ublike aspirin, theres 50 % less incidence of bleeding due to preservation of prostacyclin, so... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aspirin.
Thu, Apr 16 '15, 12:25 AM

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