... solution to my disease. I dont like the warfarin drug because of contant testing and reduction in food choices. Is ceprotin affordable.
Its most likely expensive. The web site talks about working with your insurance to pay. My resource for prices doesn't even have it. Let me cut one of your thoughts about warfarin. You do not have reduced food choices. You must can't alter your diet with things that have vitamin K. Meaning for example if you love broccoli and eat it once a week, you can keep eating it once a week, just not more. The dose is figured on what you normally eat.
Agree that ceprotin is probably very expensive.
I also must say - you do not need to restrict your food options just be consistent.
Also with the testing if you are going to be on it for longtime (lifetime) like me - get yourself a home testing machine - my insurance covered it and it allows me to go on trips (even to Europe) and still keep control of my INR when a new diet regimen occurs for short time.
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