Is Atorvastatin A Blood Thinner Yes Or No

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Ecosprin Av 150 Side Effects
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What are the side effects of ecosprin AV 150? Can it cause nose bleeds? ## Ecosprin contains Aspirin and Atorvastatin, it is used to help thin your blood and lower your cholesterol. And yes, since it works as blood thinner, bleeding can be a side effect of this medication. You may also experience: nausea, drowsiness, stomach irritation and joint/muscle aches. Learn more: If you're experiencing bleeding while on this, it could be dangerous. Have you spoken to your doctor, yet? ## iam taking ecosprin 150av from past two years ,my skin is drying up specially in the joints, knees ,&in the palm of legs and inthose parts i feel heavy iching sensation,please let me know the remedy for this . with regards asgar ## Asgar, the Atorvastatin in this has been known to cause dry skin in some ... ...
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Thu, Nov 30 '17, 1:51 AM
loprin 75 mg
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so far ny wife is prescribed : TG TOR 20 mg 1 tab/day Deplatt 20 mg 1 tab/day Coversyl Plus 1 tab/day Depin Retard 20 mg 1 tab/day she had a partial block in left Carotid vain. but yesterday, we received: LOPRIN 75 mg for Depin Retard and ZOSTA 10 mg for TG TOR. are they ok? ## Loprin is a low dose aspirin to slow clotting of the blood ## Yes, that is odd. Depin Retard contains the active ingredient Nifedipine, which is an anti-anginal medication and the Lopin is, as Donna said, Aspirin, used as a blood thinner. They are not interchangeable. The TG TOR contains Atorvastatin and the Zosta contains Simvastatin, they are in the same class of medications and are used to lower cholesterol, so switching from one to the other here isn't really a problem. Who made the switch? Was it ordered... ...
Updated 7 years ago in Aspirin.
Sun, Feb 20 '11, 8:17 AM

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