" I told my INR DR about the pain I was feeling in my stomach area and she recommended Mylanta (replacement for Pepto-bismol), what do you guys think? I... "
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INR & Pain
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" ...help. I hsd to take paracetamol, codiene and sometimes tramadol for the pain, depending on the pain. I also found that I had to have a higher INR to relieve pain. You could ask for a... "
" ...Tramacet (Tramadol paracetamol) but to be honest it only helps for a relatively short while. Is there anything else which might be more effective? And - will the pain lessen when his INR... "
" ...while waiting for INR levels to become stable. My pain gets better everday and have added a blanket around my foot for warmth. Tylenol works only slighly ...and did have a viral infection. I gue... "
" ...INR was low and so I caved and went to the ER. Got both legs scanned and they were both clear. My hematologist called and said that I am stopping coumadin TONIGHT. He got my test results back an... "
" ...warfarin. She has painful arthritis but has been told not to take ibuprofen as it increases the risk of bleeding. Unfortunately paracetamol doesn't work... "
" ...also take D3, Fish oil, Vitamin c. I have taken Arnica Montana when needed b/c it relieves my aches. Would any of... "
" ...and tender. Considering using topical arnica around cath site for pain and swelling relief. Will topical arnica gel significantly interfere with activity of coumadin... "
" ...sorry to hear you are in pain. I would ask your GP to test your INR levels and make sure you are above at least 2.0. I was on aspirin 325mg for 10years... "
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