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Which is safer Pradaxa or Xarelto?

Posted 17 May 2012 by penron 1 answer

Has anyone experienced skin rash while taking Xarelto?

Posted 20 Apr 2012 by wife of TJ 12 answers

My husband developed rash when he was on Pradaxa. It went away as soon as he stopped. He has now been on Xarelto 20Mg about three weeks and the similar rash has started. His back is full of small red spots that itch and his upper chest front seems red and itchy. Could this go away with time or will ...

Has anyone experienced a PE while on Xarelto?

Posted 24 Apr 2013 by jovifan 5 answers

I have been on Xarelto since switching from Cumadin a month ago and about a week ago I had sharp pains in my chest then three days ago I had an irregular fast heartbeat on the lower right side of my heart for about 30 minutes. Once that was over I had wheezing in my chest for the next 12 hrs with ...

Do foods high in vitamin K interfear with taking Xarelto? What foods should be avoided?

Posted 1 Apr 2013 by Puzgrl 1 answer

Taking to prevent stroke. Most blood thinners react with vitamin K. Can I still eat all the leafy green vegetables I like. I eat alot of salads and spinach and broccoli and carrots too. I want to keep eating healthy so can I still eat all of the above veggies.

When changing from Metoprolol succinate, 25 mg. daily, to metoprolol tartrate, what dose is correct?

Posted 18 Jun 2015 by Suanna 3 answers

I take this for blood pressure and have had no problems but understand that the tartrate is cheaper.

Atrial Fibrillation - Do I continue with digoxin (sigmaxin) even if my AF is completely healed?

Posted 2 days 12 hours ago by Bamwhitfield 0 answers

Have been taking 1x (250 mg) daily for 14 months after treating my AF

Metoprolol succinate vs Metoprolol tartrate?

Posted 25 Feb 2016 by ashton21 1 answer

my mother recently went spent 3 weeks in the hospital for her heart till this day shes still Afib. when she was discharged one of her perscriptions was Metoprolol tartrate (Lopressor) 5 pills 3 times a day. the pharmacy gave her Metoprolol succinate instead. we didnt know the different, and its now ...

Warfarin - Husband has Afib and heart failure?

Posted 5 days ago by Michelen56 0 answers

What is better Pradaxa or Warfarin? I am scared of the reviews of Pradaxa but Dr seems like she doesn't want to do his blood work every 2 weeks. Please help, he is my world.

Carvedilol and erectile distinction?

Posted 6 days ago by DDhelp1 0 answers

I take 6.25 2x per day. Also on Lisinopril, Furosemide, Eliquis, and Atorvastatin. Can't get a firm erection. I still have sexual desire. Please advise

How long does it take for clonidine to clear your system?

Posted 13 days ago by Enfingerjane21 0 answers

how long does it take for to completely clear your system

Have been on Multaq for a couple months?

Posted 12 days ago by STorn 0 answers

and feeling great as a result. And with no side effects! Curious if anyone has skipped Multaq for a day or 2 and what the results were. Not keen on so-called self-medicating, just curious.

Diltiazem - can you have 1 or 2 glasses of wine?

Posted 25 Dec 2016 by gadfly 1 answer

I can not stand the fact that I can never drink while taking this. Is it true? I do not have afib. My usual heart rate is 80 to 90. It has been that high for years with occasional higher readings. However recently I wound up in the hospital because my heart rate was over 100 and would not go down ...

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