Aspirin

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Aspirin (United States Adopted Name), also known as acetylsalicylic acid ( abbreviated ASA), is a salicylate medication,...
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Heart Valve Replacement while taking Aspirin

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to eat OTC meds like asprin / Tyenol like candy to reduce...
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" ...use to eat OTC meds like asprin / Tyenol like candy to ...into the hospital to have a heart valve replacement and bypass surgery I was ...completely. I continue to take one tablet daily at about 6 pm and I... "

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ter my heart valve replacement I am fortunate to not ha...
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" ...lung and had to take Coumadin ( warfarin) for about ...be needed anymore. After my heart valve replacement I am fortunate to not ...any blood thinner other than aspirin (81mg) because it is made... "

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pirin at 325mg dose daily. No more problems. However, I d...
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" When I was on Plavix, I coughed up blood, ...with his cardologist, he was placed back on aspirin at 325mg dose daily. No more problems. However, I do applaud ...still glad I chose a biological valve for my... "

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fusing the Plavix, so he put me on 81 aspirin and I was fi...
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" ...taking it. Also, after an aortic heart valve replacement 22 years ago, I had ...mos. after the operation I quit taking the Plavix for a week and the 'blank spaces' went away, went back to the Plavix,... "

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replacement consider taking Warfarin instead of aspirin?...
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" Should a person who has had heart valve replacement consider taking Warfarin instead of aspirin? What you need to take ...dr... "

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our first. I took baby asprin after the replacement until...
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" I had heart valve replacement a year before TTC our first. I took baby asprin after the replacement until we were ready to TTC, then my cardiologist wanted me off of it. This is absolutely... "

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ocols, including one aspirin (325 mg) a day divided into...
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" ...physician if you can use an alternative to coumadin. Under existing AMA guildelines ...There are alternative protocols, including one aspirin (325 mg) a day divided ...the exception of those with a... "

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valve replacement I.V.: Diagnostic agent in CAD Also...
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" ...thrombosis in patients after artificial heart valve replacement I.V.: Diagnostic agent in CAD... "

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and a daily 81mg aspirin due to a heart valve replacement...
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" ...today - he now has a good flow and some burning - no blood. He ...79 yrs. olds, and has heart and lung disease - comundin (SP) and a daily 81mg aspirin due to a heart valve replacement 20 years ago. He... "

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e on a biological valve. I received a 90 day program...
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" ...that you may be prescribed Coumadin program for a certain ...though you are on a biological valve. I received a 90 day ...which time a daily 80Mg aspirin is recommended for life. This... "

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