My doctor says I can take Xarelto in the morning. Why do instructions say evening?
- 6 Aug 2013 by WF_Mitchell
- doctor, xarelto
6 Aug 2013
Because the manufacturer has found that taking it with the evening meal is the best time to take it.
8 Aug 2013
My doctor says it's also out of safetymesures: the first nine hours you are even more vulnerable to exceeded bleedings if you should have an accident. When you take it before going to bed, the risk is smaller. So I always take it at 10PM.
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