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Are there any household anticoagulants?

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Dr. Martin Rubenstein
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: No.

There are no non-prescription anticoagulants.
Aspirin is actually not an anticoagulant, but interferes with blood clotting by inhibiting platelets, a different component of coagulation. Anticoagulants should only be given under medical supervision as there are significant risks if taken inappropriately.

In brief: No.

There are no non-prescription anticoagulants.
Aspirin is actually not an anticoagulant, but interferes with blood clotting by inhibiting platelets, a different component of coagulation. Anticoagulants should only be given under medical supervision as there are significant risks if taken inappropriately.
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