... pricey so before I purchase it, I'm wondering if anyone can offer feedback on it. It seems all womens vitamins have K but senior vitamins do not. I'm 50 and I've been on warfarin since 2008. Thanks!
I too have been on warfarin since '08. When I had the same problem, I asked my doc about it, at the VA, and she said not to waste money on the expensive stuff. Warfarin regulates your INR according to the average level of K in your system. You're absolutely not supposed to eliminate K from your diet. You need it. What you're supposed to try to do is consume about the same amount daily, which will balance against the warfarin.
For myself, I eat a lot of the same things daily, to keep a stable amount of K. If you are better at organizing your menu, you can get a lot of variety. I bought a book a few years ago that helps a lot. I won't give the exact title, so people won't think I'm trying to sell something. Just Google 'coumadin cookbook'.
Remember, your doc is full of info. Good luck.
My blood specialist told me to take any Prenatal Vitamin as None of them have Vitamin K in them. I have been on them for years.
You can buy the Generic or Store brand Prenatal Vitamins really cheap.
Thank you everyone. This site is great. I once subscribed to the "Vitamin K is an absolute no" belief. I am now finding, and you all confirmed it, that K is OK as long as it's consistent.
I found a store brand multi w/o K. I got them 2 for one so that was at least 1/2 of Clotamin sells for. I think I'll save my K intake for salads & veggies.
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