Overdose Of Eliquis, Digoxin And Sotalol

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June Says:
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I accidentally took my meds twice this morning. It was 5 mg eliquis, 125 mg digoxin and 40 mg sotalol. My question is should I skip meds tonight?



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Verwon Says:

The biggest concern here is actually the Eliquis, since it could cause an increased risk of bleeding/blood thinning. How are you doing? Did you experience any adverse side effects?

Any time this happens you should go to your nearest ER or consult your nearest urgent care to be safe.

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