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Old 10-08-2003, 05:00 AM
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Default Pletal benefits

AAfter being on 100mg 2x daily Pletal for about 16 months I wasn't sure it was helping me so I stopped it for about 5 months. I have recently restarted it with doctor's encouragement and believe it is helping me. I have no problem with the timing as taking it on an empty stomach is the key. When I am up for a bathroom call from 5 to 6 AM I sometimes take the AM dose then. The bedtime does is no problem as I take other Rxs then. I am pushing myself to do more walking and try to walk through the pain. I have very few side effects: some morning headaches usually respond to a pain medicine, and my bowels are more loose but not diarrhea.
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