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Found blood in the urine after masturbation. Had a heart attack. Taking lopidogril, lisinoprel, metoprol, and a baby asprin. Suggest

Hi,,Yes,I have a question about blood being in my urine after a little masturbation session,,the problem is also that I had a heart attack 3 mos ago and Im taking clopidogril 75 mg,lisinoprel 5 mg metoprol 50 mg and a baby asprin all in the morning hours,,my question is this,its happened to me before,and before the heart attack and Im wondering if the Plavix is stopping the healing process for this to stop? Thanks lee
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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On clopidogrel therapy, your Doc.must have asked for periodical blood cup for Platelet count and to be cautious of bleeding tendencies either through nose, or in vomit or els where. Clopidogrel is a sort of blood thinner given to prevent clot(thrombus ) in heart arteries. Occasionally in some who have some history of peptic ulcer or blood in urine, have to be extra-cautious and report to treating doc.if any such thing is noticed.Go for complete blood count and see your Doc. who may like to change the medicine to some other if your platelet is really low
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