Stroke prevention red wine

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Avatar m tn Is the Aspirin really helpful for the prevention of stroke? What can you advise me to take in order to prevent the fate of the other members of my family.
Avatar n tn The red marks could be a side effect of the medications prescribed for stroke prevention. If the marks are uniformly spread over the body, a visit to the ER would be suggested to check for bleeding/ clotting parameters; while if these are occasional and small, a visit to his treating doctor may be considered for a review in his medications. Hope the information is helpful. Take care!
Avatar n tn In terms of whether wine is better then beer is beyond my scope of practice and a consult with a dietitian may prove helpful. On the plus side a moderate amount of red wine is clinically proven to decrease the risk of heart disease.
Avatar m tn Red wine with Red meat and white wine with fish and fowl. I kind of prefer the white over the red myself. I am on the road to being healthy as a horse!
Avatar m tn My physician doctor has adviced me to have 30-50 ml of Red Wine daily. He says it acts as good antioxident and is good for recovery of heart after MI. I had MI eight months back and have LV enlargement and hypokinesis of LV walls with EF of 30%. Does someone has experience or information on red wine being good for heart if taken in small quanytities. I am concerned that it might interfere with medications for heart(coreg, ACE-I, aspirin, aldectone etc.. I am not diabetic.
Avatar m tn Hi - I had a hemoragic stroke last weekend that was not a one side paralysis kind. I was confused, had a hard time anwering questions. Within my head I had the same speed in answering as normal - but when I vocalized my answers it was a very slow response with lots of delays in between words. I do not have the risk factors for stroke, blood pressure consistently around 120/70, don't smoke, cholestoral is ok, don't drink more than a glass of red wine every now and then.
Avatar n tn i was having sex right stroke after stroke and when i was about to ejeculate i felt that the condom has bust and i withdrew but when i withdrew i ejeculate but out side the vagina and im not sure if i had contact with the skin but when i withdrew to see the broke condom immidietly ejculated
Avatar n tn ve read says red wine is heart healthy, and there is also research that says white wine is good also. I choose to drink very dry red wines. Sweetwater offers wonderful advice to you, I'd certainly not be afraid to take a statin, it may save your life. I do believe had I not been such a knothead I could have saved myself from so many unhappy heart adventures. Best wishes, keep up informed what you decide.
Avatar n tn they are no caffeine of any type and this means coffee, iced tea, any sodas that have color in them, no red wine, no energy drinks, no chocolates, etc. One of the major things that you can do for yourself is to make sure that you stay hydrated and rested. Meaning that you need to drink just plain water on a regular basis because dehydration can really set off episodes of a rapid heart rate.
Avatar f tn Yes I have a glass of red wine occassionally and know others that have also drank red wine during pregnancy. I think in your first and second trimester it's one glass if red wine every week and once you get closer to the third trimester it was one glass a day. I was a little doubtful about it at first but after doing a lot of research I found that a glass of red wine is fine, it also has benefits for you and the baby bc red wine clears up toxins in the body as well.
8395982 tn?1399258729 s always gonna be someone who crucifies women for a glass of wine. There has been no proof at all that one glass of red wine will cause any harm to your child. Liquor and beer are a big no no. But some doctors even RECOMMEND a small glass of red wine. You'll be just fine, so will baby.
787119 tn?1236914478 Like any other migraines it is important to identify the triggers for complicated migraine. Red wine, caffeine, dehydration, stress are the usual triggers. Magnesium supplements may help.
Avatar f tn t smoke, exercise daily, drink an occasional glass of red wine and eat healthily. Now I am so worried that I will have another massive stroke and that I won't be as lucky next time. The only symptoms that I have from my TIA are intense weakness and fatigue and an ongoing nagging headache. I'm not making things better by worrying I know, but I can't help it. I have been taking 81mg asprin and blood pressure tablets ever since I had the stroke.
Avatar f tn I recently had a small stroke. After going thru many medical tests, I found out I have a very thin septal wall that is waving around. Also i have a mild regurgitation I believe in the mitral valve. My heart is mildly larger than normal but not called an enlarged heart. I have excellent collestoral levels and my arteres are clear. I was told other than that it seemed there was no other problems. What is the normal approach to this problem? Will they want to operate?
Avatar f tn Yes it's good for the heart but it still has alcohol in it that's bad for the baby. Trust me! Take it from someone who misses her red wine and sangria DEEPLY!!
7792797 tn?1413503184 I read online that Red wine is OK to drink. I'm not a drinker myself. But I'd do my research before you start drinking. You can get all the info you need. You'll get alot of negative responses.
Avatar n tn While I’ve never figured out exactly what triggers mine, commonly foods like caffeine, chocolate, red wine, wheat and dairy products are the usual suspects. Keeping hydrated with lots of water is important as well.
Avatar n tn one thing that I have noticed since stopping the cigarettes is and it baffles me.Does anyone know if red wine can make your chest wheezy and produce more phlemg?Its a bit like an allergic reation.
Avatar n tn It is easy for me to surmise that it is the sulfites, because it was the inexpensive wines I had been cooking with. I have no doubt, since white wine and red wine affected me exactly the same way. Kindd explained that they have more sulfites than other wines, which I actually knew, so I knew what was making me feel like I had the flu. Avoiding anything with wine in it definitely does the trick.
Avatar f tn Do any you ladies think its safe to drink red wine while your pregnant???