Plavix (clopidogrel) is used to prevent blood platelets from clotting, a major cause of unwanted blood clots which can result from certain heart and blood vessel conditions. You may be recommended to buy Plavix if you recently had an event related to clotting such as a heart attack or a stroke. Plavix may be used for other conditions not directly related to a heart attack or a stroke.
Side effects of Plavix
If you have any signs of an allergic reaction when you buy generic Plavix or brand name Plavix you need to get immediate medical help. Signs of an allergic reaction include hives, difficulty with breathing or swelling of the face, lips, tongue or throat.
Call your doctor and stop using Plavix if any of the following become apparent: nosebleed or other bleeding that doesn’t stop, bloody or tarry stools or blood in your urine, vomiting what looks like coffee grounds, coughing up blood, easy bruising or any other unusual bleeding, sudden numbness or weakness, sudden headache, confusion, problems with balance, vision or speech, pale skin, weakness, fever or jaundice.
Itching can be a less serious side effect of Plavix and so can stomach pain, a stuffy or runny nose, coughing or sore throat or mild headaches and dizziness. However always speak to your doctor if you experience side effects.
How to take Plavix
As always remember to still buy Canadian Plavix and take Plavix in the exact quantities your doctor prescribed and for as long as your doctor prescribed the drug to you. Plavix should be taken with a full glass of water and can be taken with or without food.
You will also be asked to undertake regular blood tests to make sure the medicine does not cause any unwanted side effects.
Avoid drinking alcohol with Plavix as it can increase the risk of stomach bleeding or intestinal bleeding. Also avoid taking part in sports or any activities that can result in a bleeding injury or bruising. Also take extra care to now cut yourself in daily activities such as shaving or brushing teeth.
Interactions with other drugs
Plavix interacts with a wide range of medicines including prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines, vitamins and herbal products. It is essential to consult with your doctor before taking medicine of any kind while you are using Plavix.
Major drug classes that interact with Plavix include other medicines that prevent blood clots (e.g. warfarin, heparin), some cancer medications, some stomach acid reducers, antifungal medication, HIV medicines and some anti-seizure medicines. This is not an extensive list, many other drugs will interact with Plavix, and your doctor would be able to advise you.
Important things to know when taking Plavix
It is very important to keep in mind that Plavix keeps your blood from clotting (coagulating) and to thereby prevent unwanted blood clots. This means that you will bleed more easily and may have difficulty in stopping a wound from bleeding, even for a minor injury. If this happens you need to get emergency attention straight away.
For the same reason it is very important that you tell your surgeon or dentist ahead of any surgery or dental work that you are taking Plavix. They may ask you to stop taking Plavix up to 5 days before the event but always make sure you consult with your regular doctor before you stop taking Plavix. Your doctor will also advise you when to resume taking Plavix.
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