Cannot Afford Xarelto Anymore - What Should I Take Now

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LadyM Says:

I ended up in CC ICU with PE. Was put on Xarelto 20mg. Now my MA cannot supply anymore due to cost. What do I take now to avoid a similar scenario? Thanks.

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Dear Lady M ,I understood your case! This medecine is very expensive! I suggest you should go back to your Dr Asking for substitute other one chipper! Or you can ask a your Dr for Wafarine or 81 mg Asperin(ASA)
These are good for your pocket but you have to have INR blood test frequently! Good luck!

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