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Can I take Thrombophoz for peripheral artery blockage?

Q: I am a 73 years old man having coronary heart disease and have been stented. I have marginal high blood pressure too i.e. 150/90 mmHg. Both my feet get cold, stiff and numb at night. Now I am taking Plavix, blopress and Lipitor. Could Thrombophob be used to cure peripheral artery blockage?

A:Thrombophob contains heparin and benzyl nicotinate. For superficial blood vessels, such as superficial veins, the product will be effective since the drugs will penetrate. The product is supposed to dilate vessels and dissolve blood clots. However, arteries are deeper and hence the drugs may not reach the affected part. Besides there will be no clots to dissolve. You can try using warm socks.

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