25 May 2010
Not usually. If your INR level gets extremely high, usually above 6.0 sometimes your blood pressure can actually drop a little because your blood is to thin. I too am on Coumadin, it can be a very tricky medicine and has to be watch frequently. But it doesn't usually affect blood pressure so hang in there and keep checking those levels.
- Warfarin Information for Consumers
- Warfarin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Warfarin (detailed)
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