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Had angio plastic surgery done to heart after an attack. Why is there stomach pain?

Good Morning Sir, my name is Ramaprabu alagu, my father had a heart attack last January. For this reason ansiyo plastic surgery done on my father s heart. coliplet-75mg, ecopirn-150mg, M 101 ER-25mg, and from the hospital and was given several pills. When eating the pills, my father had a very severe stomach pain. And he would not eat the pills, no stomach pain.What do I have to do it now. Is there any other way to reduce stomach pain? You have to say that. If stop the pill ecospirn, problem mean anything?
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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Hello Ramaprabu and thanks for writing in at HCM
The stomach pain is due to the anti-coagulant and other medication you are taking.
Take all the medication after meals and at a regular interval.
Don't take all the medication in one time take them at 10-15 minutes gap.
Try Ecosprin which is coated so that it dissolve in after reaching stomach.
Take Antacids, antioxidants and Proton pump inhibitors with the medications.
Their are other anti-coagulant present, so ask your doctor to try changing them.
Hope this will help you.
You can not stop ecosprin unless it is replaced by other anti-coagulant.
Consult your doctor for changing it.
Best Wishes
Answered: Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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