Can I Use Deep Heating Ultra Strength Rub If Am Taking Warforin

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ClaraI Says:


I have severe pain in my left wrist and it is burning. Can I rub some Deep Heating Rub on it even thought I am on Warfarin



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Verwon Says:

I'd suggest asking your doctor or pharmacist, to be sure.

While there shouldn't be a problem, it really depends on the ingredients of the rub you are using. Some of them contain products that can cause additional blood thinning.

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Or, if you'd like to post back with the ingredients, I'll be happy to check for you!

Do you know what it contains?

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