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... It works in my situation as the medication lowers the heart's workload and increases a more efficient output. The workload is decreased by dilating the vessels and reducing excessive fluids in blood circulation, etc. ... (12 replies)
... I have low blood volume, low blood pressure, and neurocardiogenic syncope. It causes a lot of lightheadedness and other symptoms. My mother shows some symptoms and used to faint when she was younger. ... (3 replies)
... doctor in the past to no avail. After the failure of any local doctors to determine a cause she has pretty much resigned herself to living with it. Thanks again, and I welcome any further insight. ... (3 replies)

... possibly. In my case gravity and an improper vasomotor response makes my blood pool in my legs and hands. That leaves less to get to my brain when standing. Aspirin won't help me, so it's possible that it's not really doing much to help her either. I also have low blood volume which contributes to low blood pressure. ... (3 replies)
... disorientation that she has since written off to bad circulation. In recent months she has begun to take a single baby aspirin everyday in hopes that it would increase her circulation and prevent these episodes. ... (3 replies)
... of people in the general population do not get clot prevention from 81 mg. aspirin and many cardiologists are beginning to recommend 2 x 81 mg. aspirin as minimal. ... (9 replies)
... there was, in fact, a statistically significant benefit of taking Plavix plus aspirin for those who have heart disease. ... (20 replies)
... ome ischemic compromise in your leg circulation that has not caused problems before but NOW that the calcium channel blocker has eased the workload on your heart and and lowered your BP that leg ischemia might be worsened to the point of pain. ... (7 replies)
... s, spasm or a tight fixed coronary artery lesion or a combination of these situations. It can be the first ECG manifestation of an evolving myocardial infarction and it represents the ECG criteria for thrombolytic therapy. However, if the pain does not persist, it more likely is due to variant or unstable angina. ... (8 replies)
... I thought I'd try to begin a thread on the very important issue of collateral circulation as it realated to cardiac survival. ... (8 replies)
... They will give you a lot of Plavix to prevent clotting and then snake a thin catheter into your femoral artery in your groin and up into your heart. This is done with a little local anaesthesia into your groin and something to relax you. ... (15 replies)
... wave discrepancies. It MAY be just from the ONE heart attack becasue inferior and inferolateral aren't really very different terminologies. ... (19 replies)
... ting enough blood because of small vessel blockages. Unfortunately there isn't any useful surgical intervention for this but drug thereapy can keep symptoms away and diet, medication, and exercise can prevent further plaque formation. ... (11 replies)
... dogrel versus aspirin in patients with prior cardiacsurgery. ... (47 replies)
Numb Hands
Sep 22, 2006
... HE HAS CAD, 2 STENTS AND CURRENTLY TALKING A LOT O MEDICINES. ... (1 replies)
... I take plavix and aspirin together and it helps my circulation quit a bit. It doesn't give me the side effects like the blood thinners did, but for me it works just as good. ... (2 replies)
... I took blood thinner and aspirin for one month after my bypass. ... (6 replies)
... without fail and bug your doctor to move up that test. If you are not on a beta blocker, phone your doctor today and insist on one. ... (4 replies)
Taxus stent
Jun 19, 2005
... blocked and you were operating on collateral circulation. ... (7 replies)
... Take it easy and take your aspirin til you have your heart checked, no matter WHAT they find with the G.I. If your GI man says stop the aspirin, get a new doctor...you MUST rule out angina first! ... (10 replies)




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