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Hello, I would like to ask you something regarding my father’s health. He is 59 years old and he has just been diagnosed with both legs claudication. It seems that his symptoms were not evident for a long time so his situation is not that good. Anyway, how soon will the medications start working for this condition?

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Well, I guess that depends on the medication he will be prescribed. He might be given the prescription for aspirin only, but it is more likely that he will have to take something else, including some other antiplatelet meds, phosphodiesterase inhibitors (Cilostazol, Pletal…), clot busters like Alteplase, Ramipiril etc. The good thing is, those meds will help him maintain the former quality of life and I think that is the most important thing now.
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