Pradaxa (Thread 209392)

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Has anyone heard about Pradaxa, replaces warafin, no changing doses all the time?



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Verwon Says:

If you are in the U.S. it is not available here, yet. It has not been approved by the FDA.

It contains the active ingredient Dabigatran an anticoagulant. It could replace Warfarin, but this isn't proven, yet.

You can read more on it here:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Dabigatran/­

Is there anything else I can help with?

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olive grunert Says:

Stay on warfarin. Pradaxa has a lot of side effects. I am on it but I am demanding I get off soon.

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Eddy Says:

Has anyone filled a prescription for Pradaxa 150mg from Canada? I know the pricing is much better. Did you receive the name brand?

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Jose Says:
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Quiero saber si puedo tomar medicamento para gripe, pero estoy tomando pradaxa para otra enfermedad?

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