I'm writing this whilst under a heated throw blanket and I'm still freezing. Also has anyone else noticed that things that hurt a lot more than normal? I'm feeling like a pansy now. I have a PE, that's why I'm on Eliquis.
Been on Eliquis for 3 weeks. Does anyone else get super cold almost all the time?
Question posted by jothesickly on 26 Nov 2018
Last updated on 1 April 2022 by EK2cold
So Im 33 and had a dvt a little over year ago in October 2020. Right before covid, but long enough to live through two winters…I cannot tell you how cold I have been. I live I Ohio, where it’s 70 degrees sunny the first day and the next four days it will snow. There have been nights I have piled on blankets but still cold. Wearing jackets and full sweatsuits in bed is a regular thing even sometimes in the summer. I cannot stay warm and I know I won’t make it through the winter alive many more years in Ohio. This is an issue and I wish I knew what caused it.
I have been on Eliquis for 6 weeks now for a DVT Blood clot and since I've been on Eliquis I'm always cold. Feel like a wimp as my family calls me now. I live in the mountains of Northern Calif for the last 2 years, but until i started Eliquis no issues with the cold winters. Heck, I'm looking real estate in Palm Desert as my forever home if i have to take Eliquis for the rest of my life. Best of luck to us all! God bless! Ld.
I have the exact feelings since on Eliquis. Always cold always tired. I also had PE in 2019
My mom just started on Eliquis and says the same thing! She was switched from Coumadin. She was not cold on Coumadin even though that is one of the listed side effects. She is freezing - suffering cold - with the Eliquis. I found your question trying to look up info about why she is so miserable.
I have been on Eliquis for 3 years, ever since my stroke. Eliquis does thin the blood to help you with your health issue. So naturally you will feel more chilled than before. I am not sure how cold you are, but I sit with a blanket most of the time. I became used to some of the drop in body temperature, but I am still cooler than I used to be. I just dress warmer. I also have RA, so everything hurts. (lol) Sorry, I cannot help you with the hurting problem.
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