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Can a patient drink aloe vera gel post angioplasty stent operation ?

HelloThank you in advance for your kind attention in my queryI am a patient who put a angioplasty stent 2 years agoI am 53 years old and 85 Kg weightPlease inform me if i can drink aloe vera gel or there is a problem with the medicines i take which are plavixapprovellobivonezetrol Hello.Thank you in advance for your kind attention in my query.I am a patient who put a angioplasty stent 2 years ago.I am 53 years old and 85 Kg weight.Please inform me if i can drink aloe vera gel or there is a problem with the medicines i take which are :plavix,approvel,lobivon,ezetrol ?
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jul 2011
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Hello nick;
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Aloe vera gel is a preparation of the aloe vera plant and does not have any reactions with the medicines you are taking so you can take it.But since it is the matter of heart it is always better to consult your Cardiologist before starting on anything extra although it may be herbal.So just ask your Cardiologist and start the Aloe vera gel'
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Answered: Mon, 25 Jul 2011
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