Support group for people who take Brilinta and have Gout, created by eHealthMe (http://www.eHealthMe.com). To join the group, do any of these: create a post to introduce yourself, ask a question, or simply follow the group.
I suffered a Cardiac infarction on June 1 /2017. Was fortunate enough to be in close proximity of a Cardiac Surgeon who inserted a stent. He also prescribed 6 drugs, Ticagelor, Metopolol, Pantoprozole, Ramipril, Rozuvastatin, Aspirin (the latter as Codral forte, HE WAS WARNED had caused a BIG BLEED that almost cost me my life in 1993 after it was prescribed for Migraines)
He ignored the warning... the Aspirin he prescribed caused a repeat of 1993.
I survived but since 5th June suffer low abdominal pain almost everyday and gout like symptoms, nausea and occasional vomiting despite dropping all but Ticagrelor from my Drug Regimen.
My search of alternatives to ALL the Big Pharma drugs suggest that supplements like Serrapeptase, Nattokinase, Astaxanthin Turmeric, Olive Leaf Extract or Gaba may help.
I have had stool and blood tests for parasites etc and been unable to find any GPs who know of or will suggest any alternatives and certainly not the supplements above.
Do you have any ideas??
Post created 5 days 8 hours ago
I take 90 mg of brilinta twice a day Nd have come down with a gout attack. I have been prescribed indomethacin for past attacks but do not k ow if it is safe to take with the brilinta and font want to risk bleeding. Please advise if you can. I need to return to work on Monday or may lose my job. Thank you very much
Post created 7 months 3 weeks ago
A study of people who take Brilinta and have Gout, conducted by eHealthMe with data from FDA and social media (http://www.ehealthme.com/ds/brilinta/gout). The study analyzes who these people are, when they have Gout and how. eHealthMe updates the study periodically.
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