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1 year ago
Is Desogestrel safe/ dangerous/cause weight gain/ stop periods/ cause hair loss/ cause blood clots?
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1 year ago
Desogestrel is safe in most women, if taken strictly at recommended dosage and duration. Common side effects of Desogestrel include: weight gain, irregular or no periods, hair loss. Blood clot is a rare side effect of Desogestrel
The information given above is for Desogestrel which is the active ingredient of Desogestrel.
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1 year ago
Is Duloxetine a blood thinner?
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1 year ago
No. Duloxetine is not a blood thinner. Blood thinners prevent the formation of harmful blood clots.
The information given above is for Duloxetine which is the active ingredient of Duloxetine.
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1 year ago
Is Clopidogrel a blood thinner?
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1 year ago
Clopidogrel is a blood thinner medicine that lowers the chance of blood clots forming in your body. Clopidogrel belongs to a group of medicines called antiplatelet drugs.
The information given above is for Clopidogrel which is the active ingredient of Clopidogrel.
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1 year ago
Is Dipyridamole a blood thinner/anticoagulant?
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1 year ago
Yes. Dipyridamole is a blood thinner or anticoagulant and reduces risk of blood clots by inhibiting platelet activity that is essential in clot formation
The information given above is for Dipyridamole which is the active ingredient of Dipyridamole.
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1 year ago
Is Rivaroxaban safe/ an anticoagulant/ blood thinner/ is Rivaroxaban fda approved?
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1 year ago
Rivaroxaban belongs to a class of medications called anticoagulants (blood thinner). It is approved by FDA and it used to prevent and treat blood clots in blood vessels
The information given above is for Rivaroxaban which is the active ingredient of Rivaroxaban.
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3 years ago
My father in law is being admitted in hospital due to blood clot in brain. His right leg and arm seems to be paralysed. Doctors in the hospital not briefing us on the problem exactly. Need your second opinion. His age is 67. Having Smoking habit.
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Dr. Sunil Sekhri
Diabetes Specialist
3 years ago
There are blood clots in the brain arteries
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1 year ago
Is Niacin blood thinner?
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1 year ago
Niacin may make blood thinner
The information given above is for Niacin which is the active ingredient of Niacin.
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1 year ago
What is blood pressure?
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1 year ago
The top number (systolic blood pressure) measures pressure in blood vessels when the heart beats (when heart contracts).The bottom number (Diastolic blood pressure) measures pressure in blood vessels in between heartbeats (when heart is resting). Normal BP means values less than 120/80 mm Hg (120 systolic AND 80 diastolic) for adults aged 20 or over. High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) is when blood pressure is constantly at or above 140/90. Systolic blood pressure is more important than diastolic blood pressure.
The information given above is for Hypertension which is the active ingredient of Hypertension.
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1 year ago
Is Policosanol a blood thinner?
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1 year ago
Policosanol can modify blood coagulation and blood viscosity
The information given above is for Policosanol which is the active ingredient of Policosanol.
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1 year ago
Does Perindopril cause blood thinning?
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1 year ago
No, Perindopril does not cause thinning of blood; it relaxes the blood vessels thereby decreasing the blood pressure
The information given above is for Perindopril which is the active ingredient of Perindopril.
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1 year ago
Is vomiting blood serious
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1 year ago
Yes. Vomiting blood is a very critical sign and needs urgent medical attention at a hospital. Do not delay visiting a doctor and do not try home remedies.
The information given above is for Vomiting which is the active ingredient of Vomiting.
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1 year ago
Does Atorvastatin thin blood?
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1 year ago
Atorvastatin is not a blood-thinner. It is a lipid-lowering agent and acts by inhibiting HMG-CoA reductase enzyme.
The information given above is for Atorvastatin which is the active ingredient of Atorvastatin.
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