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On Warfarin, have severe stress, occasional numbness on hand, tiredness. Are these side effects?

I ve been on warfarin since May & under a lot of stress for the past 2 weeks My right hand get numb on occasion I ve been very tired are these just side affects Reason on med. clot in right after tummy tuck I was on lovenox injections for a week after surgery as prevention 3 day later had pain in leg and was diagnosed. I suffered a small stoke in 1996 cause was most likely birth control no side affects walked out of hospital.
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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thank you for your question warfarin is an anticoagulant normally used in the prevention of thrombosis and thromboembolism which are cause of stroke,normal thinning of blood into blood vessel is mechanism that leads stress refer to your cardiologist because they know all the history of you
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