Rivaroxaban 20mg

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Alfred Says:


My doctor started me on this med. What are the side effects and benefits? They recently found I had an irregular heart beat. I take one pill a day in evening.



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Verwon Says:

This medication is used to help prevent blood clots, since they can possibly lead to heart attack, stroke and other health issues, according to the NIH.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and easy bruising.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Hair loss, lack of control, over cooling down when you get hot so you feel hotter than others that are in the same room as you, headaches, backache, fingers cramping, creepy crawly feeling on your skin, itching, stinging feeling on your skin, pains in legs, etc...

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Poppy Says:

I have been taking Rivaroxaban 20mgs for 6 months and developed a sinus and jaw ache after 3 months. Has anyone had a similar problem? Some days are worse than others but there's no real pattern.

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82 year old Says:
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Hematologist has reduced my Rivaroxaban from 20mg to 10mg. I have been on 20mg for 6 months for DVT in my calf and have no symptoms now from DVT at moment but seems I will be on these drugs lifelong. Has anyone had this drug reduced and have they had any change in symptoms?

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