Xarelto/blood Transfusions/fatigue

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scott Says:

My father went down hill fast after being on xarelto for 4 months, he has debilitating
fatigue. he can no longer stand with out help. he has been in the hospital twice in 2 months and each time had to have a transfusion of 2 units of whole blood each time.
My question is this: Will the fatigue and internal bleeding stop after he stops taking xarelto.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Scott! How is your dad doing?

Yes, they should stop, after he switches to a different medication. It sounds like this just isn't the right one for him to take. It is an anticoagulant, so it can increase the risk of bleeding and many people taking it have complained about the fatigue.

Has he spoken to his doctor about it?

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Tiffany Says:
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Verwon (# 1) --

I've been feeling tired and emotional could this be from Xarelto?

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sparklediamnod Says:

Tiffany (# 2) --

May be. I got very teary when I took it. Talk to your doctor and don't let him tell you it doesn't do all those bad things. To many people are having so many problems with that med.

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