I know blood thinners make you cold sometimes.Is this one of the blood thinners that does ? If so why does it do that ? Thanks for any answers.
These medications do not actually thin blood. The consistency of the blood does not change. What changes is the ability for the blood to clot. This one has a rare side effect of low body temperature. It does not explain this, but since this medication contains aspirin, I would wonder if it effects the temperature like it would if you had a fever. I suspect your feeling cold has something else causing it.
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