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Pradaxa, can the capsule if chewed cause localized bleeding in the oral cavity?

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Inactive 26 Jan 2011

I have been researching and have come up empty handed.

The safest course of action you must take, with all due respect is to contact your Dr. or Pharmacist right away.-

All the best and take care.-

caringsonbj 26 Jan 2011

haven't found the exact answer you are looking for I finally located the drug it says if this type of thing should happen to report it to the physician as sorry I couldn't be of more help

caringsonbj 26 Jan 2011

Maso we are both in the same boat I have looked and looked still don't have the answers

Inactive 26 Jan 2011

Well done my friend.-


DemoninDC 15 Jan 2012

Yes it can. The oral bioavailability of Pradaxa increases by 75% when the pellets are taken without the capsule shell. Therefore, Pradaxa should not be chewed. free discount card

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