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Oral anticoagulant reduces stroke risk

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

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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. ...

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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 appreciated, also ...

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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 treated him ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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? Thank ...

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What is the correct excercise/s to lower the risk of stroke? Here are the choices Lifting Weights Sprinting Walking If you opt for cardio what type? Sprinting or aerobic like walking ...

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and a much older drug? Am I correct that it is prescribed for people with a high risk of stroke and blood ...

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problems. He is a type 2 diabetic with hypertension. He is worried the med may contribute more stroke risk ...my husband had a small stroke leaving slight expressive aphasia. this happened about 2 hours after ...

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of it. I don t want to be at risk for a stroke ...

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12 months due to weakness,reduced memory and sleeplessness.. Now after continue strokes within ...Hi my sys is victim of strokes at anytime and anywhere since last 20years, after allopathy ...

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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 receive those therapies. He also be aggressively treated with anticoagulation therapy like Plavix and reduce cholesterol. I hope I answered your question.

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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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Hi, Epileptic seizure drugs gabapentin,pregabalin are widely used.Oral pain medications such as acetaminophen,ibuprofen,naproxen have limited effect.Combinations of these medications with narcotic analgesics such as codeine or hydrocodone are somewhat more effective, if side effects can be tolerated. Antidepressant drugs such as amitriptyline or imipramine,can sometimes be useful for nerve pain.