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Why do I get blackouts for several hours and be nausea while using warfarin and clexane?

Why do I get blackouts for several hours and be nausea while using warfarin and clexane?

Visit your Doctor: Having black outs is a serious matter. The causes can be quite varied...From low blood pressure to hear irregularity to neurological causes. Only a medical examination by your doctor can help you find the cause of your medical problems. So do not sit on this problem without informing your treating doctor. ...Read more

Warfarin (Definition)

Warfarin is a medication used to thin the blood and to prevent or treat people with blood clots. It requires frequent blood ...Read more


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I had catheter ablation on Wednesday. Taking 7mg warfarin 20mg bisoprolol per day. Sunday & today I have had severe migraines and nausea. Is this norm?

I had catheter ablation on Wednesday. Taking 7mg warfarin 20mg bisoprolol per day. Sunday & today I have had severe migraines and nausea. Is this norm?

No: When people have an arrhythmia and are on blood thinners like you are, several dangerous causes of headaches need to be checked for before calling something a "migraine." If you don't have a history of migraines or if this is unlike your typical migraines, you need to be examined by a doctor ASAP. ...Read more

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Is shaving safe on warfarin?

Probably: You need to be careful as it will take longer for the nicks to stop oozing. Many people switch to electric razors for this reason. ...Read more

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Are there any alternatives for warfarin?

Are there any alternatives for warfarin?

Many: As dr. Villaplana said, there are several. There are shots and pills. Although using alternatives to warfarin means that you don't have to be as careful about what you eat and you don't have to have regular blood tests to check whether you are getting too much or too little warfarin, they still have drawbacks. One of the most significant is that the alternatives are all a lot more expensive. ...Read more

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Please describe the medication: warfarin?

Blood Thinner: Warfarin is an oral medicine that reduces the vit k dependent clotting factors in blood. This slows down the clotting cascade and reduces the formation of blood clotts. ...Read more

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