Hands Buzzing And Spastic In Mornings On Eliquis

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KarenB Says:
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I'm on week 4 of Eliquis for DVT. Over the past 2 weeks I notice when I get up in the morning I am stiff in the joints, legs hurt. I get dizzy to where I see black. I have had 2 migraines and lost balance on numerous occasions. And I fall asleep at the drop of a hat. Is this related to Eliquis?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Karen! How are you doing?

Yes, the FDA does list those as being possible side effects of this medication and you are not the first person to post about experiencing them. You may also experience easy bruising and stomach pain.

Given the loss of balance and severe dizziness, it would be best to speak to your doctor as you may need to try a different medication.

Are you on any other medications?

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