I have been taking Warfarin about nine months, these complaints continue. Daily activities wear me out quickly. Any help for this? Last month I learned I have early stages of CHF. Does Warfarin have any effect on that condition?
18 Dec 2011
I have been on warfrain 5 months. Want to eat more. Have gained 6 ilb. Yes, I get tired easly. I take multi vit and minerals that don't contain Vit K. Also, I hate to tell you, but I am loosing my hair some. I keep seeking advice on this problem. And I hope someone out there has some advice on hair loss. I am also on warfrain the rest of my life. Don't like it , but this is life. Good luck and I am praying for you!
19 Dec 2011
Hi jmac - My mother is on Coumadin and is tired a lot of the time, but I'm sure its related to the state of constant afib. That's tough on the heart, which can make you tired. Whenever I ask the Dr. about this, he says its her enlarged heart (which happens anyway as we get older, but hers is worse) that causes the fatigue, not the med. She couldn't take the Pradaxa. It made her sick to her stomach, so glad its working for you. Do you have more energy?
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