Sodium Hyaluronate Hyaluronic Acid (Thread 201372)

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can sodium hyaluronate acid be taken with warfin?



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Verwon Says:

Sorry, I am not finding any information on this. Have you tried asking your doctor or pharmacist?

It is commonly used in many over the counter products, but some of them do react badly with prescription medications.

People on Warfarin really have to be careful with what they take with it, to avoid many problems, such as severe bleeding.

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

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maza Says:

I have to take alendronic acid due to osteoporosis. can I also take hyaluronic acid or would it be inadvisable as I have rather a sensitive stomach .

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