Blood Thinner Anticoagulant (Thread 228449)

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Miro Says:

Is Tarka an anticoagulant? I am getting a knee surgery on March 20 and I am supposed not to take any anticoagulant two weeks before March 20. Should I stop my high blood pressure medicine for those two weeks?

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Verwon Says:

Goodness no! Please consult your doctor.

Tarka contains Trandolapril and Verapamil and while they do have some effect on circulation, they are not blood thinners. In addition, if your blood pressure is out of control, they will not perform the surgery.



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