blood preassure 190/98
Without you providing your INR (International Normalised Ratio) or PT (Prothombin time); i.e. blood clotting time before you commenced taking Warfarin, no one here can provide you with a safe, honest answer. Regardless of what they might claim.
If you have already started taking Warfarin you would still need to tell us your starting INR, your current dosage, your current INR, why you are taking it? kidney function and a host of other factors.
Here is a calculator; you will see it is quite complex and one size does not fit all.
I can't stress how important it is to get proper advice here as a mistake could be very dangerous.
- Warfarin Information for Consumers
- Warfarin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Warfarin (detailed)
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