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After a few weeks on a 5mg/day warfarin schedule I developed daily headaches in a specific area on the left side of my head. When I consulted my cardiologist I was told that warfarin doesn't cause headaches. I had to continue taking the medication because I had 2 previous episodes of atrial flutter. I had just changed my primary care physician and mentioned the headaches. He for some reason decided to check my vitamin B12 level. It was too low. I started taking a 1000mcg tablet daily. My headaches started to occur less frequently with less pain within about three weeks and after 8 weeks were gone. Hope this helps someone. ## Vitamin deficiencies can cause various medical issues, anything from headaches, as you experienced, to nausea, weight changes, depression, dizziness, and sleep ...

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How long do i need to use cipla actin pills to see a difference in my weight? ## Hi, I just want to know if the Cipla Actin are going to help me to gain my weight? I'm on ARVs but I don't eat well. Thank you. ## How long does take to gain weight by using cipla actin? I didn't try anything else to gain weight, but I want to try cipla actin. Before using cipla actin I want know that I can use it, because i am taking ARV and I am losing weight already. Please help me. ## Hi how long does it take to see the result,I am 32 years and underweight ## In order to get the best results with any sort of weight management program, I would encourage individuals to watch their dietary habits like a hawk and exercise regularly. For many people who are experiencing road blocks in their weigh...

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what type of illness does baralgin 500mg used for ## Baralgin is a non-naroctis pain reliever. It is mainly used for treatment of pain with spasms, from kidney stones, intestinal spasms, and migraines. Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## I WANT TO KNOW THE SIDE EFFECTS OF IF ANY OF BARALGIN 500MG ## what is the baralgin drops what type of illness ## does baralgin have any side effects? can you take baralgin if u have fibres? Can you take it with any other medician? can you take it if your emoglobin is low ## does baralgin have any side effects ## side effects of baralgin ## What would happen if I took 3 500mg baralgin tablets at once? ## can I use baraglin to treat diarreh ## can u take baralgin while taking warfarin ## Can I take BARALGI...

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When I got my rx filled, they were dispensed as benzo's. I refuse to take them until I find out more about them as I've never had pink benzo tablets before. One side has A at the top, then 338 underneath, the other side is a crescent moon (perhaps crescent brand?) with a R next to it? ## These are warfarin 1mg tablets in UK. These could be fatal i.e. bleed to death. ## Yes, that’s exactly it. ## Did you find out what they were? I've just found some and Idk what they are

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Can someone please help me identify these pills? They are blue-speckled pills with an R and a thin crescent moon on one side and A 324 on the other with a score between the A and 324.... Thank you ## Hey I've got the same pills. They were marketed as 10mg Valium, however I don't trust them and rightly so as I can't for the life of me trace them. The closest I got from searching was that they are black market, so could have benzodiazepine in them or none at all. A pal of mine was willing to try one and he said he felt a short lived effect. His UDS came up positive for benzos but to be fair he did take a 20mg temazepam too. I know it's not much to go on. I don't recommend black market pills as you don't know how much of the active ingredient is in each pill. I'...

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Can ACC 200 be taken if you are on Warfarin? ## ACC 200 is listed as containing the active ingredient N-Acetylcysteine. Ref: N-Acetylcysteine Information It is warned that it may cause some side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, fatigue, and eye irritation. However, it has not been studied regarding safety when taken with blood thinners, thus, it would be best to consult your doctor, before taking it. Are you on any other medications?

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My chemist gave me adco-dol for pain relief. I use 10mg warfarin daily will there be any harm in using it together? ## Hello, Norman! How are you? There's a chance that it could also cause some additional blood thinning, so it would be best not to take it, until you check with your doctor. It also carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, insomnia, nervousness and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Im suffering with migranes is it safe to drink Adco- Dol while im using Wafarin 5mg daily ## can i take Piascledine capsules when taking Warfarin ## l i take adco dols with my Warfarin. My INR Stays constant. i Know i shouldn't but that's all that helps for my migraine ## Mag I use Adcodol pills a...

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Is anyone going through menopause and on warfarin? If so, what do you take and does it work? Many thanks ## I didn't find any interactions listed between Warfarin, and Black Cohosh, which helps many women with various perimenopause symptoms, including hot flashes. I've been taking it for mine for awhile, now, and it has really helped a lot, it also mostly eliminated my night sweats. While some places also suggest Soy Isoflavones as a helpful supplement, the FDA warns against taking it with Warfarin, since it can also cause increased risk of bleeding, and easy bruising. What types of symptoms have you been experiencing?

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My mom was on coumadin for many years but then her insurance company told her she had to take warfarin as this is the one they would pay for. Is there really any different in these two drugs? It seems to me that she has been having more problems with the warfarin (keeping this medication at the right level) than the coumadin. I was told they were the same medications and do the same. I just wanted to know if some people have difficulties taking warfarin vs coumadin??? Thanks. ## No, they work exactly the same for me. I have been taking one or the other for 3 1/2 years because of 2 pulmonary embolisms. I take 10mg a day. At times I go up and down but have been steady for a couple months now on warfarin. Food will change the way it works. Salads and some other greens really mess things up...

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my wife has recently, had her meds changed, from warfarin, ? because she says, she is experiencing hair loss, she is now taking, Sinthrome/ acenocoumarol, any one know anything about this one, it sounds just, like same as, same as,[ warfarin,] to me, same old side effects, ? has any one had experience of hair loss, from, one or the other,or bad side effects, thanks, ## my wife has veen ob 2.5 mg warfarin since 1994 and has not sufferred from any undue harloss. there must be other cause of hair loss ## @essex boy, Hair loss does not appear to be a side effect that is associated with Warfarin; however, when it comes to Acenocoumarol, there is information stating that it can sometimes cause temporary loss of hair on the scalp. I don't know how temporary it may be, but personally, I wou...

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Wondering if there are any restrictions on working out and weight training while on Warfarin? My doctor suggested not lifting more than 50 lbs. I just want to get toned and lose the flab. ## If your doctor didn't give you any other restrictions, then you should be fine, but you should always follow their instructions for your safety. Warfarin may cause side effects, such as nausea, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and dizziness. Is there anything I can help with?

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is it advisable to take Gen Payne if you are on warfarin ## Hi, my twenty year old son is taking marijuana. But of late now I found a pill in his bag called Gene payne. Could it be that he is now mixing this pill with the marijuana? What can this combination cause? ## Hi I'm. On warfarin from 2007 .suffering with a toothache.I've take gen Payne and feel my left jaw swelling can't sleep pain is real bad.I had am op in 2014 .I've got a metal valve.I'm terrified of the dentist. ## Gen-Payne is listed as containing Ibuprofen and Codeine, it is a mild opioid analgesic. The FDA warns that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and constipation. If you are on Warfarin, you should not take Gen-Payne, sinc...

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my husband takes warfarin daily, we are wondering if taking diatomaceous earth to help lower cholesterol and blood pressure with his warfarin would effect anything? ## Unfortunately, this is just a supplement product, so it has not actually been checked for interactions with prescription drugs. Thus, the best advice I can give would be that he check with his doctor or pharmacist, before taking it. Learn more Warfarin details here. When taking Warfarin, one's INR can be very touchy, so it's always best to be cautious. Are there any other questions or comments? ## Verwon supplements are so popular today they should know if DE would interact with warfarin um I mean RAT poison.......... And, why is it that almost all crucial supplements like Vitamin K2 have a negative effect on warf...

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I want to quit warfarin due to potential and actual bleeding . Had a two day nose bleed and still going. I was given warfarin because of afib. since then ( 9 months ) i have controlled my afib pretty well. I will see my doctor soon to get his input but wondering if I will experience any rebound or withdrawal effect ? I am also on lisinopril and Amdolopine will it affect these meds if and when I quit warfarin.. ## There can be a slight rebound if you suddenly stop taking any medication, including Warfarin, which is why it's very important to never stop taking something, without your doctor's approval and supervision. It likely should not affect your other medications. You can read more about this medication on MedlinePlus. What have you done for the nosebleed? Did you go to the E...

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I am 80 years old. In 1996 I had an oesophegal cancer removed.. In 2004 I was diagnosed with CLL (Chronic Leukemia) I had chemo. My blood counts related to that have now been normal for a couple of years. I have had a suspicious thyroid removed in 2 bites. I had my gall bladder removed about 7 years ago. I have a arterial tremour. I have very uncomfortabl peripheral neuropathy in both legs. I take Epleptin 300 at night and 100 in the morning. Also Alfluin, eltroxin cardicor warfarin ,I take tripelin 30 at night. I have a 6 weekly infusion of Pollygam. For pain I take Tramahexal 50 but it knocks me out so I put up with pain in the day time. I get occaisional constipation I take Movicol or Dolcolax for that. I think I am generally in good health but I am forgetfull. I can still push the m...

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Following a pulmonary embolism two weeks ago, I was put on Rivaroxaban (Xarelto) 15mg twice daily for eighteen days and after that 20mg once daily. For the last week, I have had painful cystitis. Online information warns that my usual cystitis medication of Trimethoprim should not be used. Please can anyone suggest an antibiotic which is safe to use in combination with the blood thinner?


I have a round beige pill with I | G on one side and W on top of a 3 on the other. What is it called and what is it used for? ## Hello, Michael! How are you? This tablet is manufactured by Citron Pharma and they list it as containing 3mgs of Warfarin, it is a blood thinner used to treat, or prevent clotting. NDC: 57237-0122 The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, increased risk of bleeding, and easy bruising. It is also noted that your INR should be checked regularly, while taking this medication. Inactive ingredients may include: Lactose Monohydrate Starch, Corn Hydroxypropyl Cellulose (Type H) Magnesium Stearate Is there anything else I can help with?

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I found a pill and need to know what it is. Does a opioid 30 mg have 324 on it? ## Hi Chicky, After doing a lot of digging on the internet, I couldn't locate an exact match to your pill. Pretty much all of the closely related descriptions and images I saw were of oblong or capsule shaped pills. The lack of available information leads me to believe that your pill falls into either one of the following categories: discontinued, Illicit, over-the-counter, or of foreign origin. Is it something that could've been brought back from overseas? ## Warfarin 3mg is blue with same number on the front

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Hi. I have been taking warfarin for 4 months. Prior to my PE when landing home from a long flight I was very active running and swimming every day. Since the attack every muscle and many leg joints ache all the time. Is this a side effect from medication? Thanks. ## The symptoms you're experiencing may be the sign of a possibly serious side effect of the medication. Learn more Warfarin details here. Have you consulted your doctor? ## haha sounds about right I have spoken to the doc and he said take pain killers, dont know what else I expected from him ,, will only be on warfarin for 8 more weeks ,so then maybe the pain will go ,just seems to be the lower half of thr body,,and getting spasams in the calfs,,, dont know how they decide if things are ok ,when I had the P E , was told t...

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Do you sunburn easier when taking Warfarin ## I was unable to locate any information stating Warfarin effects the skin while sunbathing. To learn more about the effects of Warfarin click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## Had a mini stroke,affected speech for short time .less than half hour,now on warfarin[3 mgs daily]. Q1 Can I maintain my exercise regime ,walking every other day for approx 4 mile and leisurely swimming Q2 I sunbathe come summer abroad taking all necessary sensible precautions but like to tan,or should I avoid the sun? ## Hi Rhonda, I have been on warfarin for two years now after a stroke and have found exercise is fine, but if you want to spend a lot of time in the sun I would suggest a hat of some...

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