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... 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)
... 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)
... And how does she feel if she has to stand in place for a while? ... (3 replies)

... Thanks for the response. It's something she has lived with for the better part of her life. ... (3 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)
... there was, in fact, a statistically significant benefit of taking Plavix plus aspirin for those who have heart disease. ... (20 replies)
... I took blood thinner and aspirin for one month after my bypass. ... (6 replies)
Zip's Turn
Jan 11, 2004
... blocked, operating only on a collateral circulation because I saw some hairlike vessels coming out of the top of the block. No heart damage. ... (12 replies)
... Bhatt DL, Hirsch AT, Ringleb PA, et al. Reduction in theneed for hospitalization for recurrent ischemic events andbleeding with clopidogrel instead of aspirin. ... (47 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)
... 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)
... 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)
Taxus stent
Jun 19, 2005
... open a stent like this without the need for chest surgery. ... (7 replies)
... What I'd do if I were you is to stop the amlodipine for 2 weeks and note whether your legs feel better. ... (7 replies)
... How AWFUL to have to wait for that stress test til November. You have pretty straightforward symptoms of a blockage. ... (4 replies)
... then think conservatively becasue angioplasty and stent are primarily for SYMPTOMATIC relief, there is little evidence that they do anything to increase our life spans or decrease the risk of another heart attack. ... (15 replies)
... which looks for LARGE artery blockages. ... (11 replies)
... Coreg is prescribed for palpitations. It slows the heart rate and helps prevent irregular heartbeats. ... (12 replies)
... It may be wise for you to take a daily dose of aspirin. It will help stave off a possible heart attack or stroke. See a doctor if the symptoms continue. Regardless. ... (2 replies)
Heart attack
Oct 5, 2004
... ses. Today, October 5, 2004, I had a heart cath which indicated that four of the six bypasses put in place in 1981 are still functioning nicely. And collateral circulation has developed in other spots. ... (12 replies)




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