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Posted 24 Apr 2013 • 15 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 ...
Posted 11 Nov 2018 • 2 answers
6 weeks in with Eliquis.5mg twice a day. Too many side effects.Turned into depression and fear. Confused. Help
Posted 17 May 2012 • 1 answer
Posted 1 Sep 2011 • 2 answers
My father is taking Xarelto 10 mb as a blood thinner for the afib. He had a hemorrhagic stroke and the doctors were concerned due to his age to restart a blood thinner like warfarin. This was a compromise. He needs an antiobiotic for a possible infection.
Posted 3 days ago • 0 answers
Posted 8 Nov 2018 • 1 answer
He forgot two days in a row. He has AFib. I noticed and now must just follow regular schedule making sure he gets two a day. Will the missed pills cause a problem. His vitals was good yesterday
Posted 3 Aug 2012 • 2 answers
... various doses for 8 years, now I developed AFIB, my Dr says just keep on Atenolol... We add aspirin to thin the blood a little instead of a strong Blood thinner (which I do not want to start). Anyone else on this regimine? Thanks, Moonbeam
Posted 5 Dec 2013 • 3 answers
I am now taking celexa with warfarin and metoprol . my celexa is not working very well so I need a change. what antidepressant would be a good try?
Posted 25 Feb 2014 • 1 answer
I am taking warfarin and have been stopped from taking diclofenac sodium causing a lot of pain to return to my joints
Posted 10 May 2012 • 3 answers
My grandfather was prescribed pradaxa because of his heart problems. From what I read on the internet, it seems pradaxa has been found not only to have some serious negative side-effects but also increse the risk of strokes. Source:http://www.pradaxainjury.com/ Do you think Pradaxa is dangerous ...
Posted 3 Feb 2013 • 1 answer
How do I properly transition my 20mg of xarelto in the morning to when I should be taking it, which?
Posted 20 Jul 2013 • 1 answer
... is in the evening?
Posted 22 Mar 2012 • 1 answer
Posted 15 Apr 2014 • 3 answers
These tablets are small and slick, some how they side out of my weekly pill container. I often find them here and there. They are hard to pick up because of their size and slickness. It looks like for the price we pay you could make them a little larger and easier to handle.
Posted 17 Dec 2017 • 1 answer
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