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... surgery for the LAD and had a medicated stent placed in the RCA. I was placed on Plavix 75 mg and 325 mg aspirin. In October of that year I had some GI symptoms which eventually resolved after treatment. I underwent endoscopy and all the routine tests were done. ... (6 replies)
Mar 29, 2010
... i had mini stokes in 1998 have been on plavix every since then can i stop taking with hurting myself (0 replies)
... This is my second time with new stent and that is the first time I have EVER heard that...seriously would be wondering about the source as green tea is suppose to be healthy for you in general. ... (11 replies)

... My hope is that everyone could or would stop taking Plavix. ... (9 replies)
Plavix Question
Dec 22, 2008
... term, who stop taking Plavix vs. those who continue. The minimum recommendation is one year if you have a medicated stent. ... (6 replies)
... Actually I am taking 325 mg of aspirin a day per my cardio. I was looking on consumer reports last nite after reading your post and could not find anything on plavix. ... (27 replies)
... I were you, I'd be insisting that my doctor understand how bad the pain is, that I am concerned about waiting so long to make sure my GI tract is okay, and that I want to clearly understand the relative risks in my individual case of GI bleeds, etc. ... (22 replies)
... s for sure that Plavix by itself hurts my stomach and plavix with baby aspirin even more so, but wow, with the regular strength aspirin it is more than I can handle without help this time. ... (22 replies)
... Why did he have u stop taking plavix? ... (8 replies)
... I'm new to this board but in much need of some insight. I am a 46 yrs old female in good health short of a mi in april of this yr. drs put me on all the standard meds including 75mg of plavix. ... (2 replies)
... yrs ago, i bruise and bleed so easy due to the full strenght aspirin and plavix, today I had a nose bleed I had to go to the er and they shoved a rhino rocket up there, its killing me but anyway my cardio said stop the plavix and keep taking the aspirin.. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, Plavix works by keeping blood platelets from sticking together. Warfin is just a blood thinner. Something like an asprin would do but on a higher level. ... (4 replies)
Plavix After DES
Jan 24, 2009
... Many posts were written on this subject on these boards. I suggest doing a research on "stopping plavix" and reading these posts. ... (6 replies)
... At first I refused because I was still quite shocked and just wanted to go home and lick my wounds. Also I think I was hoping for a miracle. ... (17 replies)
... either stop the plavix and find out the hard and dangerous way whether this was the right decision, or continue the drug and deal with its already known risks and side effects. ... (47 replies)
... But this SAME study, CLEARLY shows there is NO FURTHER BENEFIT of Plavix and aspirin over aspirin alone AFTER 2 months...NONE! ... (47 replies)
... taking plavix or anticoagulant, then one should have a metal stent. ... (47 replies)
... I also take Plavix and I'm suppose to be taking a baby asprin also but I ran out of them and I haven't had an asprin in a long time. ... (22 replies)
... My only medication for that period of time was a baby aspirin and I exercised and watched what I ate but eventually after 20 years the LAD reclosed and I suffered my 2nd MI in February of this year. ... (12 replies)
Take Your Plavix!
Apr 20, 2006
... I only looked at the 2 trials that Lenin quoted. What I found amazed me, in contrast to his observations, which were not what the actual government trials concluded. ... (5 replies)

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