We have also cross-posted your question to our Forum Topic on " Peripheral Angioplasty ". A month later I have started having lip swelling again and I suspect this is due to the drug eluting stents.
My doctor first told me I should get a resection, because of my age and then in the next visit said he did some research and decided for the stent. I stopped Lisinopril just in case but I doubt if it had any thing to do with it.
So no one has ever heard of anyone having their stents removed? We know of a case where a patient suddenly developed severe food allergies, but the tests showed nothing.
Maybe discuss your medication regimen with your cardiologist. Every day he feels like he has the flu. Maybe it is standard business reporting coags metal reaction to the stent. First attempt ended up in surgery to remove the catheter which 'somehow' coiled and kinked so it could not be removed from my right femoral artery.
So I want to an allergist and he found I was very allergic to chromium which is one of the metals in the stents. Carolg - this might be relevant to Jetelect, as well this rash-like presentation has been seen in some people as a hypersensitivity reaction to Plavix clopidogrel.
I am sensitive to drugs, so we had a hard time finding a combination. When I began to walk, I have a sharp stabbing pain in my lower thigh no where near he went in This pain in minutes rotates to my lower back until I basically can not walk.
As we noted numerous times, the researchers we've worked with and these are cardiologists who have studied allergic reactions to drug-eluting stents feel that the reactions are pretty much limited to the first generation DES, like Taxus and Cypher.
As for bare metal vs DES, the advantage of DES is significantly less restenosis, especially in long blockages, or barrow arteries, etc.
However, it certainly sounds like you are having some type of hypersensitivity reaction. Taking Plavix every other day, 81 aspirin every other day, 10 mg lovastatin, 40 mg verapamil 2X a day, 50 mg spironolactone 3 x a day, Isosorbide 30 mg 2X a day, COQ10, Krill, acidophilus.
This increased to strong pressure in ears and neck. Itching may be a side effect of Plavix or simvastatin, but you should not stop taking either unless your cardiologist says so. Now they are nearly daily and are very severe. Because stents are usually made of surgical stainless steel, which has a significant component of nickel.Nov 03, · Watch this animation for a quick overview about Standard Business Reporting (SBR) and what it means for tax practitioners.
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