Eliquis And Coughing

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Ann Says:


My husband was put on Eliquis after he was diagnosed as having a-fib. The DR stopped his blood pressure medication and 81mg aspirin. He went through cardio aversion to get his heart back in rhythm...as been in rhythm since Dec. However, he is suffering from the tiredness, shortness of breath, gout attacks, ankle swelling and abdominal swelling that I have been reading about. He also has a very productive cough that has been going on since late December. He has been on numerous antibiotics, cough syrups, allergy pills, and even something for reflux. After reading some of these posts about Eliquis, could it be responsible for his chronic coughing?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Ann! How are you and your husband doing?

Yes, according to FDA reports it has been known to cause coughing as a side effects. It may also cause increased risk of bleeding, headache, and easy bruising.

Is he on any other medications, at this time?

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