That is a question for your doctor. As it is an an anti-thrombolinic (anti-blood clotting or blood 'thinner') designed to artificially increase your blood clotting time (INR- International Normalized Ratio) from its normal level of around 1.0 to up to levels of 2.0 or higher. This can have a profound effect on any impact related injuries, cuts or bad grazes.
So, I believe, it really is a question for a qualified medico.
Take care and have a happy holiday season.
- Eliquis Information for Consumers
- Eliquis Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Eliquis (detailed)
Search for questions
Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.
Posted 31 Aug 2015 • 3 answers
Posted 14 Oct 2016 • 1 answer
Posted 17 Oct 2016 • 0 answers
Posted 10 Dec 2016 • 0 answers
How long on average should it take for eliquis to dissolve a DVT running the entire length of a leg?
Posted 18 Aug 2017 • 1 answer