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Oral anticoagulant reduces stroke risk

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Dr. Prasad MD

an anticoagulant and have some internal bleeding or don t take it and run greater stroke risk. Is there a solution ... View answer

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Dr. Ram Choudhary MD

? At what dosage level would the risk of stroke be likely to be unacceptable? The patient is unable ...Dear Doctor, I've been told that the use of haloperidol is associated with an increased risk ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ram Choudhary ( Internal Medicine Specialist)
Dr. Chobufo Ditah MD

fahrenheit and I sweat a lot, if I don t do this, I will be too cold . Is there any risk of heat stroke if I ... 96.5 degrees fahrenheit during this time, as measured on a basal oral thermometer. ... View answer

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Dr.    Alexander H. Sheppe MD

If I had a stroke should I smoke pot? ... View answer

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Dr. Erion Spaho MD

am i at risk for a stroke? im 6'1" 193lbs don't smoke cigs, hardly ever drink but i tried some drugs recently, and was concenred if i did them again if i would likely have a stroke ... View answer

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Dr.   Jose Ignacio Artero Muñoz MD

Hi, i am deciding on using oral anticoagulants. My father has a HAsBLED score of 2 and a CHADS2 ... for stroke prevention, given the increased risk of bleeds. Any advice would be very much... View answer

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Dr. Suman Kumar MD

to bring down his BP and also to ghreduce his risk for another stroke or any othe health problems, his Wght ... and 4 th day he had a stroke , we moved his to another hospital when a neuro specialist... View answer

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Dr.  Bhumi Dave MD

my friend recently diagnosed with stroke and now suddenly she is diabetic too. She is taking regular insulin and Lantus. Is there anyway she can take oral medication instead of injections? She ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Bhumi Dave ( Critical Care Specialist)
Dr.  Bhumi Dave MD

My mother had a stroke today. She seems fine now. Is everything OK? She went for an MRI, but no results have come back yet. She had a stroke at about 3:30 pm today and when I went to the hospital about ... View answer

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Dr. Naresh ruparelia MD

Strokes run in my family, at 29 what can I do to lessen the risk? My dads side has really been hit hard with stroke in my grandmothers. I exersize every day what else can I do to lower my risk?... View answer

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Dr. Ronald Schubert MD

I am sorry to hear that your father had a stroke and heart attack. Hope he recovers. He will need extensive physical and occupational therapy before he can return home. He will need to be in a nursing home to...

Dr. Anantharamakrishnan MD

Welcome to HCM Chances are high indeed Aggressive investigation and management of underlying cause and risk factors – are necessary and will be of help. Regards

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