Forteo And Inr

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Ellen Mathein Says:


Does taking the drug FORTEO affect one's INR?



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Verwon Says:

Sorry, this site does not have any doctor or nurses here, what are you referring to as INR?

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laurie murdock Says:

It shouldn't as it is a Parathyroid hormone replacement. If you need more information the National Institute of Health is the first place to start.

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ginny Says:

Hi,
If you are considering taking Forteo, please go to web page Patientville.com and type in the drug's name. There is a year's worth of adverse avents posted here that you won't find any where else and might give you pause for taking this as treatment.

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Sher Says:

Does Forteo affect my INR?

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