6 Months Of Multac

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Sue Says:

Have been taking Multaq for six months now . It has not stopped my afib, but has kept it at a rate that I can deal with. My pulse does not get as high as it has in the past, sending me to the hospital .The episodes have not lasted as long as before the Multaq.! I also was taking Xarelto. Did not tolerate Pradaxa. Now after the second time on Zarelto I have again had blood in urine. After stopping the Zarelto , the blood in urine has ceased.

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Verwon Says:

The Xarelto contains the active ingredient Rivaroxaban, which is an anticoagulant that helps prevent blood clotting, so it does increase the risk of bleeding.

Learn more Xarelto details here.

So, that's likely why you had blood in your urine. It may just not be the right medication for you, since it could be that it's causing your blood to have a serious clotting problem.

Have you sought medical advice about it?

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sue Says:

Yes, was sent to a urologist who could find nothing to cause the bleeding. Now have a appointment for a mri of the kidneys and then to a kidney doctor. I believe it was the xarelto also. Now I am just on a 325 mg. aspirin. I want to have another ablation but need to be on a blood thinner for a couple months previous to an ablation. Already tried pradaxa and that gave me bad stomach problems, xarelto (bleeding) so I guess that coumadin is the last option.

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