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Use of Cardiprin and Clopitab

Is it okay to use Clopitab and Cardiprin every day with exchange ( one day clopitab ,the other day cardiprin) and is there any side effects of these medicine. What is the best to use out of these tow medicine ?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Feb 2011
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Is it prescribed by your doctor to use alternate day both tablets ;i guess it is not so.Cardiprin is probably Aspirin;& clopitab is clopidogrel( i may be wrong also as brand names vary from different companies ).Both these medicines are blood thinners so it will be advisable to take medicines as prescribed by your doctor.As for which is best ask your treating doctor he will tell you better.
Answered: Fri, 25 Feb 2011
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Yes sir you are correct about the medicine,I was first given Cardiprin to take every other day,then when i complained about gastrities he gave me clopitab, but said that If could take cardiprin here and there it would be good, what is the truth about it and what is the best with the least side effects?
Answered: Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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