Would you have Buttock pain when you have Blood clots?
Summary: there is no Buttock pain reported by people with Blood clots yet.
We study people who have Buttock pain and Blood clots from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Blood clots can be treated by Aspirin, Coumadin, Warfarin Sodium, Plavix, Pradaxa, Xarelto. (latest reports from 3,026 Blood Clots patients)
Buttock pain has been reported by people with pain, osteoporosis, high blood cholesterol, rheumatoid arthritis, back pain. (latest reports from 522 Buttock pain patients)
On Jan, 25, 2015: No report is found.
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- Are xarelto and eylea compatible
I get eyelea injections in my eye for wet macular degeneration. Now I have blood clots in my leg and I am prescribed xarelto. Are these two drugs compatible?
- Can i take evista while i am on xarelto? i was treated for blood clots a month ago.
Had blood clots in left leg & both lungs in late Jan 2014. Currently on 20mg Xarelto. I had been taking Evista for over 5 years, but did have a period of inactivity in Dec -Jan. Can I resume taking Evista? Breast cancer runs in my family. My Dr said he sees no problem resuming Evista, but I am concerned about recurring blood clots.
- Can i take warfarin sodium 2.5mg, clopidogrel 75 mg, and asparin 81 mg at the same time?
My blood pressure is 135/80. Cholestrol total is 127. HDL is 54. LDL is 60. My body weight is 160 lbs. My age is 68. In June 2013, I had a coated stent installed in my right coronary artery and doctor prescribed I take Clopidogrel 75 mg and 81 mg aspirin. On August 2013, I had a cardiogram which showed formation of deep blood clots which can result in a stroke. My father at age 62 died of a stroke. My doctor prescribed Warfarin Sodium 2.5mg in addition to the clopidogrel and aspirin I am taking now. My understanding is that all these medicines are blood thinners and Warfarin can cause fatal bleeding. Warfarin is taken at bed time and other 2 I take in the morning. Should I be concerned about taking all these 3 medications?
- Is blurred vision related to clopidogrel, micardis and omeprazole?
Vision gets blurred in bright light.
Glare on road driving car.
Looking at computer screen.
When the activity is not stopped I will get dizzy, lose balance and must lay down.
Condition disappears after rest and closing eyes.
- Can long-term use of fexofenadine cause muscle pain and stiffness
Long-term (5-10 years)daily use year around of fexofenadine. Leg and buttock pain developed gradually over the last year and continues to deteriorate in spite of several alternate treatments.
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