Hi Im sandy age 54. I'm on warfarin and feel cold since been on it, is this normal?Is it normal to feel cold when your on warfarin ? started on it sep 2010 stoped jan 2011 back on it april 2011 still feel cold dose anyone have an answer please .
14 May 2011
Temperature change in any area of the body is a serious side effect of this medication , if experienced one must seek medical attention ASAP.-
List of possible side effects for future reference:
All the best.-
14 May 2011
As Maso mentioned, it can be a serious side effect of the warfarin so best to discuss with the doctor. My sister is on warfarin (coumadin) and is cold all the time. Wears long sleeves even in the summer and we live in the south. Not sure whether this is from the thinned blood or not but I suspect it is. I think the serious side effect has to do with a particular spot anywhere in the body suggesting a blood clot but I'm not a doctor so best to discuss with an expert.
- Warfarin Information for Consumers
- Warfarin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Warfarin (detailed)
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