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Patients with blood vessel or heart disorders, or a history of heart attack or stroke, can buy Canadian Plavix to help prevent blood clots. Plavix is a branded product; the generic form is known as clopidogrel.
How does Plavix work?
Plavix is a type of drug known as an anticoagulant. Blood clots are formed when platelets in the blood stick together, or coagulate, to form lumps. Blood clots can be dangerous if they block blood vessels, causing a lack of oxygenated blood to organs such as the brain or heart. This can cause a heart attack or stroke. Plavix works by preventing coagulation; the platelets are unable to stick together to form clots.
Plavix is taken orally. Each dose must be taken with a full glass of water, although it may be taken with or without food. The patient must always take their prescribed dose exactly as directed to ensure that the medication is as effective as possible and that they are not at higher risk of side effects. They must continue to take their prescribed dose even if they feel well; if they stop taking Plavix, it will no longer prevent clotting.
Plavix Side effects
As Plavix prevents blood clotting, patients who cut themselves while taking the drug are likely to bleed more than those who are not taking it. They may also suffer from increased bruising and internal bleeding. Patients who cut themselves significantly or fear that they may have internal bleeding should seek immediate medical advice. Patients should avoid activities that pose an increased risk of injury, such as extreme sports. They should take extra care when doing essential activities that pose a risk of bleeding, such as flossing their teeth or shaving, and should advise their surgeon or dentist if undergoing any form of surgery or dental treatment.
Patients with a history of certain medical conditions may not be able to take Plavix. Examples of such conditions include bleeding or clotting disorders, kidney disease, or stomach ulcers. Similarly, patients who are breastfeeding should not take Plavix. It is important that the patient's medical history is fully discussed before they start taking the drug to ensure that they are not at risk of complications.