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Am Taking Eliquis With A 2x A Day Recommendation! Due To Cost Issues, Can I Take Eliquis In The AM And Plavix In The PM?
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Actually you can use eliquis( anticoagulation) and brilinta (anti platelet) together. My hubby is on it currently. Each both twice a day 1 tab. February is when the brilinta stops and goes to aspirin… read more

Is Anyone Repatha? This Injectable Medication Has Been Recommended For My Cholesterol.
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I would like to know what problems if any there are. Does it cause memory problems or muscle cramps? Thanks

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I’ve been on preludent similar to repatha no issues what so ever

Anyone Taking Meds For A Fib?
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I've been prescribed Pradaxa for A Fib. I have had a few strokes that have left me numb on the left side, from toe to arm and covering half of front and half of back. Wondering if it will ever go away. Dr. prescribed Pradaxa, 150 mg. twice a day to stop the strokes. Am also on Plavix. Pradaxa turned my stools black when I took it the first time, so I stopped it. They didn't find blood in my stool, but don't know what caused it. Doctor wants me to start Pradaxa again this month and I am fearful… read more

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I wouldn’t worry about your meds turning your stools black. Pepto Bishop does the same thing, and it is unnerving if you haven’t been warned in advance!

Is Taking Prodaxia Recomended For Some One That Has A Mechanical Heart Valve?
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I have a mechanical heart and I read that the FDA did trials and come to the conclusion that it shouldn't be taken by patients with mechanical heart valves. I had my surgery 2 years ago and I have been taking Prodaxia. Because the clinical trial said patients taking it are more likely to experience strokes, hearts attacks, and blood clots forming on the mechanical heart valves I called my heart doctor and the nurse got back to me and said she would contact the doctor and ask him about weather I… read more

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I was put on warfarin years ago before I started Prodaxia which I have been taking since 2010 and I had to be taken off it because I kept getting a bloody nose. I just hope there is something I can… read more

How Long Were Allof You Told You Would Have To Be On Blood Thinner
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and which ones do u take????

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Clopidogrel and 81 mg aspirin are my blood thinners for life. I have 12 heart stents and an atrial septic defect in my heart. I also had a myxoma bigger than a golf ball removed from the center of… read more

PCSK9 Drugs, Repatha/Praluent
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Hi,
I have been taking the new class of pcsk9 drugs for over a year now, along with a statin, and over the past 9-10 months have experienced chronic tingling in my fingers, reduced circulation in my fingers and feet, and a degree of chronic numbness in the bottom front of my feet, including some of my toes. Anyone else on these drugs and experiencing the same symptoms? If so, what have you done?

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Dear Freelander, I see your post here is quite old, but in case you are still around, let me just respond that, yes, I developed peripheral neuropathy while taking Repatha. It is a diagnosis of… read more

Warfarin AND Aspirin?
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I do not wish to question my Cardiologist who has prescribed Warfarin 5mg nocte AND Aspirin 100mg mornings. When I read up on search results, everyone is anti the concommitant use of both, due to possible excessive bleeding. I am prone to cuts and cat scratches, as well as bumps & bruising. I also have thromboses in a left ventricular aneurysm that could break off & cause a stroke. Question: Is it "safe" to proceed with my Cardiologist's prescription, or do I need a second opinion? I have so far… read more

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IanSamson, I am afraid I've never used Warfarin MY Mom was on Coumadin for several years going through the same issues I'm pleased to be able to use the anticoagulants I've been on for the… read more

Diet
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Good day..anyone have a good diet even if you are on blood thinners

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Reading team experiences with different anticoagulants has given me perspective. Jim, beer in Cape Town beer is an over the counter "medication". No script needed 🤣
I am currently on Xarelto and bar… read more

Has Anyone Had Heart Ablation Done For Afib
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I do not have Afib that I know of

Is An Ablation A Good Idea?
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I had a quadruple bypass 3 years ago this month and generally have been okay (ish)
Just before Xmas I had an episode of AF, another one on New Years day and then another mid February.
I have seen an "Irregular Heartbeat" Doctor who has put me on a waiting list for an Ablation which I expect to be done sometime in June /July.
I wonder if anyone has any experience of this procedure?

A MyHeartDiseaseTeam Member

It just dawned On me re-reading Your Post You wrote "Just before Xmas I had an episode of AF, another one on New Years day and then another mid February." MY only "real" indication… read more