Switched From Xarelto To Eliquis

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Jack Says:


My mom was switched from Xarelto to Eliquis (2.5mg x 2 daily) 4 days ago. Since then, she has experienced itchy eyes, runny nose, trouble sleeping and heavy phlegm at night. Is there a connection? Or is it a cold?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jack! How is your mom doing?

Yes, the FDA does list those as being possible side effects of Eliquis, she may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, and easy bruising.

That's not to say she may not also have a cold, though.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Janet Says:

I just switched also 2 weeks ago and having the very same side effects.

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Jack Says:

Thanks, Verwon. Since then, the symptoms have gone away. Her MD mentioned it could be just transitional.

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Jack Says:

Hi Janet, I hope your feeling better. My mom's symptoms seem to have passed. Best to you,
Jack.

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Shirley Says:

What can you take to get rid of itching while on eliquis

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