Warfarin and nexium

Common Questions and Answers about Warfarin and nexium

jantoven

If antiretroviral drugs such as Atazanavir and Nelfinavir are given alongwith Esomeprazole, it can bring down serum levels, and neither of these is recommended with Nexium. Another antiretroviral drug, Saquinavir, if given with Esomeprazole, can increase serum levels; if necessary, it has to be given cautiously. Voriconazole is not recommended with Esomeprazole, as it doubles the effect of the latter.
I am on alot of meds but mostly Warfarin, nexium, Metformin, adn pain pills and muscle relaxers. No my doctor is not a cardio doc. General pract. but followed by my Neuro who is my MS specialist.
When i eat, i feel food is stuck in throat.Went to see my Family doc, and he did chest xray and it came clear. He gave me Nexium for 1 week to try and no improvement and i went to him again, he said it looks like phycological (though i said no)he also checked and said i have spasms in stomac and gave me another medication to relieve .I am using it currently, but no use. He also gave me nasal spray as one of my nosetrills is blocked, saying the that is the cause.
You can also take note of what you eat,when you eat and the consequences of such so you can finetune your lifetstle and diet to avoid discomfort. Nexium and Protonix of the world could shut down too much of the stomach acid production to the extent when you eat again,you suffer from too little acid to digest your food and poorly digested food would be passed on to the intestines and mingle with bacteria to form gas,and cause infatulence.
care act take full effect? I think I pay about $5 a month for Warfarin, and that's full price. It and many other generics are not expensive in the USA. I figure as long as I am healthy enough not to hit my insurance deductible, that is get insurance coverage, it is a good thing, not a bad thing.
PLEASE do not take this or ANY supplement without first consulting your PCP (Primary Care Physician) and I would include my Pharmacist. I am not an expert and this information may not be complete and is never a substitute for talking and consulting with your physician.
I also take Norvasc, Inderal and a diuretic as well as a baby aspirin daily for a PFO and HBP, and migraines. Does anyone know why the Protonix would be prescribed? Thank you.
I'm overweight, take a daily prescribed regimen of baby aspirin, multi-vitamin, vitamin B6, vitamin C, vitamin D, and 6mg warfarin. I'm a lymphoma cancer survivor (2 years beyond chemo), don't smoke, drink alcohol only occasionally in moderation and even less caffeine, exercise somewhat irregularly, had lots of ear aches as a child associated with bronchitis but because I'm 61 now I don't think my childhood ear aches have anything to do with it.
I know that Motrin interact with blood thinners like warfarin and coumarin as well as some peptic ulcer disease treatments like cimetidine and ranitidine. The best thing is to discuss the option of changing your medication with your rheumatologist. Tell him/her about your cardiologist’s warning so he/she can pick up your ideal treatment. As you can guess, suggesting alternative analgesics in the forum would be too hazardous in your case.
I have had 2 PE's in past 10 years and am on Warfarin, Synthroid (under active Thyroid), Nexium for Hietal Hernia and Zoloft. I continue to get worse and although I am getting tests done, I am looking for further insights and knowledge, thus my email to you. Please provide me with your insights and a recommended game plan.
•itraconazole (Sporanox) •ketoconazole (Nizoral) •warfarin (Coumadin) •dofetilide (Tikosyn) •drugs given to open the airway (bronchodilators), including aminophylline, theophylline (Theo-Dur and other brands), and oxtriphylline (Choledyl and other brands) Drugs that may interact with proton pump inhibitors include: •itraconazole (Sporanox) •ketoconazole (Nizoral) •phenytoin (Dilantin) and other anticonvulsant drugs •cilostazol (Pletal) •voriconazole (Vfend) The preceding lists do not include
I'm on the following meds Diovan H.B.P Digoxin lipitor Paceerone Warfarin Nexium Levothyroxin and Hydrochlorot. Like I stated,This problem started about a month ago.
I struggled with those for almost two years. When I tapered off the Nexium meds and used a simple, over-the-counter antacid (containing calcium and magnesium) as needed, the PVCs lessened. When I ate carefully and finally stopped Nexium completely (using the OTC antacid only when needed and in small amounts) the PVCs went away completely. I've been free of them for almost two years now.
I take warfarin, sotalol, synthroid, hydochlorithiazide, lisonopril, cardizem,nexium, and lipitor. My ldl's are low (because of the lipitor) but my hdl's are not high enough and my triglycerides are high. I am overweight, but am on weight watchers and walking 1 mile a day now. I had a complete hysterectomy 7 years ago and a colonoscopy (normal) almost 2 years ago.
He also felt that his food intake was not converting to energy and was eating small amounts every 2 hours (and still does) in order to try and keep his energy levels up but l hour after eating he is back to feeling very weak again. He is 66 years of age and worked all his life as a market gardener selling his plants/flowers on a market stall. He was used to manual work for many years and found working long hours no problem.
I have GERD which is why I take the nexium. the newest addition is the tizanidine which is for problems in my neck and shoulders. I have osteopenia so I take the calcium and vitamin D. The multi-vitamin is because of lack of proper dietary consumption. I'm feeling like I'm at a loss with balancing them all and would like to know what are the best options and correct time schedule.
I have been to about 30 doctors- including ENT's allergists, neurologists, chiropracters, opthamologists. psychologists, dentists and everything else u can think of. All CT scans, MRI of brain and blood work keep coming back clean and ok. Nothing I try seems to work. There was a period of time about 3 and a half years ago that the symptoms lifted for about 4 months and then it returned full force.
I really do not like taking drugs and often don't do well on them. Long term use of Nexium caused me problems and I had a rib fracture (I also have Osteo). Endochronologist put me on 2000 units of Vit D daily because I do not want to take Fosomax or Actonel. She also tested my B12, which was low normal. Mentioned nerve damage (I had read this) to an ENT doc I saw at Stanford and he said there was no indication of that from his exam.
So I stayed with amytriptylin,lorazedpam (for sleep)and VaLIUM DURING THE DAY But I started having more and more anxiety and panick attacks and shew put me on zoloft and remeron. I had already gain some weight with the amytriptylin thatr I blame on quiting smoking,but now iyt is pretty major. I have been putting on 1to4 pds a day. I started at 128 pds and i'am now 165! ]Can you let me know if there are alternatives for this drugs?
I was also put on Pradaxa which caused heartburn. I was given Nexium, and the heartburn and cough went away in a couple of weeks. I had chest pain for about a month. After all they did burn some scar lines around the inside of your left atrium - after puncturing your atrial wall with a big A$$ catheter. Will take some time to heal - but it will get better. the FLB's (Funny little beats) will subside.
my meds include (european brand names) Warfarin, Aldactone,Burinex, Bisiprolol Fumarate, Digoxin, Nexium, Ramipril, Cordarone, Diazepan, Dalmane. Please can anyone help me !
After nine months of Amioderone, Digoxin and Warfarin my heart began sinus rythym. My lifestyle was fairly normal (biking, golf, etc.) Six months later, the irregularity is back. Also back is Warfarin and a new beta-blocker, Bystolic. The message is: get a good electrophysiologist to map your heart properly and get the least invasive procedure possible to minimize your discomfort. Then give your heart time to heal properly. Here's hoping for your success, John S.
They had put me on Warfarin as well as a heart rhythm ...the SR stuff. I had a cardioversion done a month later and right away I could tell the difference between in and out of sinus and the calmness when in as well as how much easier it was to breath. I was in for around a week and one night I could feel it coming, and I was out. I was switched to Taxtia XT 300mg per day and had another cardioversion done, and that lasted maybe 2 weeks, and then back out again.
Last night I had a vibration thing happen in my chest off and on for about 2 hours. I am almost positive that my pulse was normal just fast (100-110). It was scary but I didn't panic and my breathing stayed normal. I have had a panic attack before (full on heart attack thinking kind) and this wasn't like that. I was just wondering if the heart can be spasming and yet not be arrythmic. Does that make sense? Is an anxiety attack and a panic attack the same thing?
Any way I also would be interested in what anyone might have to say about it and or what they may have learned from this if they know or even think this to be the case for them and would also like to correspond with others to trade stories and info on what they've learned and done. Be well. Sincerely, Rich - ***@**** This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/337994'>Stomach Gas and Arrythmia</a>.
My blood pressure went up sky high for about 2 weeks. And I felt an irritation in the chest. I had 23 burns and I would say my heart healed within 3 weeks. If all your tests post ablation came out ok I would think your heart needs more time to heal from the burns. Was your ablation successful?
old female who recently had a PE and DVT. I am now taking Warfarin. Since I am home from the hospital, for at leat a month now, I have been spontaneously taking deep breaths. I assumed it was because of what happen with the PE's. I mentioned it to my Internist and he had no idea what it could be. He said my lungs look and sound great. I have never smoked. I donot drink at all since I'm on the Warfarin. I was never able to drink much ever anyway. I have less stress now then I have ever had.
It started off as every now and then but for the last month it is all the time 24/7. It is really taking a toll on my life. It is so bad it wakes me up and prevents me from falling asleep. I have had thyroid, hormones, mri, ct scan and many other tests. The only test that came back questionable was my ANA, it is positive, speckled pattern. My RA factor was negative. I have no diagnosis as of yet. I do have Epstein Barr virus too.
m. * Cymbalta 60 mg a.m. * Neurontin 600 mg a.m. and 900 mg p.m. * Nexium p.m. * Vivelle dot patch Searched for "fizzing in back of head," because my Migraine is ruining my life.
MedHelp Health Answers