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prescibed rivaroxaban 15 mgs twice a day for3 weeks , but now switched to 20 mgs once per day. I am feeling worse as time goes by ..lifeless....i am worried rivaroxaban is damaging kidneys making me feel... View answer

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Dr.       Dorina Gurabardhi MD

hi i started with at fib in jan this year and have been on rivaroxaban and bisoprolol but had loads of blood in my mouth all the time, SO now im on apixaban and bisoprol and daronadarone six in all a day ... View answer

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Hi, I have recently taken a long haul flight from UK to Australia, and on arrival diagnosed with a dvt in my right leg. I am taking anti-coagulant medication (rivaroxaban). I have been taking 10mg ... View answer

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Dr. Vijay Niranjan MD

Hello, Is it safe to take rivaroxaban with champix. I m taking the rivaroxaban for a DVT in my right arm, and an associated PE in my left lung. I have nil heart issues, and nil history of any other ... View answer

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maintenance chemo; Stage 4 NSCL cancer); he is taking apixaban (PE 03/2016), metoprolol (AFib 03 ...(s) between apixaban and primadone. Savaysa (edoxaban) was prescribed in lieu of apixaban.... View answer

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Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

My mother was prescribed apixaban 2.5mg twice daily.by Dr. B.Majhi. This medicine is costly. As my father is a pensioner it is being a problem for him to buy the medicine,which is needed for my mother ... View answer

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