Heart & Cardiology/subitute for ASA to prevent thrombus formation
Good Afternoon Doctor,
I am a registered nurse and an expert on epilepsy on this site.
Now I have question.
On Friday I was diagnosed as having gastric ulcers from daily low dose ASA.
The diagnosis was made via endoscopy.
I was immediately taken off my daily 81mg asa and started on Prilosec 40mg.
The problem is that I have a strong family history of coronary artery disease, although I have not developed any symptoms. I am 71 years old and in great shape.
Question - are there substitutes for asa to prevent clots, either supplements or foods or medications that will not inhibit ulcer healing. (Rutin???)
Thanking you in advance,
There are several medicines; epifibatide, dipyridamole, prasugrel and tirofiban are four. An alternative supplement is called boluoke .I'm supposed to get the website for boluoke and will send it to you. Foods I know nothing about. Since you're asymptomatic at age 71, your risk of coronary disease is low.
Subject: Re: boluoke
Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 9:35 AM
From: Penny & Phil Holladay <email@example.com>
To: David Richardson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
One site is www.canadarna.com/b-buluoke_faq.htm
Please note the misspelling of boluoke, but that is how it is spelled on the
Another article, Barbara:
/Users/davidrichardson6/Desktop/prasugrel vs copiogrel.webarchive
Turns out this is a very controversial subject, doesn't it?
I still suggest you google or bing the word boluoke as you will see several
It is quite costly. I take 2, not the suggested 3, a day. I pay $550 for
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From: "David Richardson" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2013 9:37 PM
> Please send me the web site on boluoke.