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 Does Plavix contain lactose?

Answer Plavix is a prescription drug used to prevent blood clots and to reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack. The pink film coating on Plavix does contain lactose monohydrate. Plavix should not be t... Read More »
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Is being lactose intolerant the same as being allergic to lactose?

No. Lactose intolerance is when you lack (or are deficient in) the enzyme lactase which breaks down the sugar found in milk (lactose). In this case drinking milk will cause bloating, gassiness, an... Read More »
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Can plavix and coumadin be taken together?

go to http://www.drugs.com and under the tab drug interactions input both drugs and see what it says. You can put in as many drugs as you take and it will tell you what reacts with what or doesn't ... Read More »
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How long should you take Plavix?

Plavix is a prescription medicine that helps to prevent blood from clotting, reducing the risk of heart attack or stroke. There is no set time that Plavix should be taken; your doctor will decide w... Read More »
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What is the generic for plavix?

The generic name for Plavix is Clopidogrel. A generic drug is a non-brand name alternative to a brand name drug that is usually cheaper for the patient. Plavix and Clopidogrel are prescription drug... Read More »
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