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Can i add ginger and garlic in preparing vegetables. Will they affect my inr. Similarly what about tomatoes.

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Dr. Ed Friedlander
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In brief: Yes

The amounts used in cooking aren't going to interfere with the effects of any anticoagulant you need to take.
You don't want to take the big doses you get in supplements. Nobody's written about tomatoes and if they caused a serious change in INR, we'd know by now.

In brief: Yes

The amounts used in cooking aren't going to interfere with the effects of any anticoagulant you need to take.
You don't want to take the big doses you get in supplements. Nobody's written about tomatoes and if they caused a serious change in INR, we'd know by now.
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