Xarelto Is A Very Dangerous Drug.

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Buddah Says:
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Xarelto has increased my weight by 9kgs. It has given me dreadful reflux chest pain and fatigue. My legs ache my nose has scabs. I feel ill every single day. I would not have taken the drug if I had been told the possible side effects, which by the way are played down by the maker Bayer and Johnson. This year I have had a PE... Then I was advised there is no antidote for this drug if you get a bleed. I have googled Xarelto and a lot of cases of fatal bleeding have been documented. And you can bet a lot that haven't. I am furious that my Dr put me on this drug. He tells me I can't stop taking it as it can have a rebound effect and cause a stroke. The manufacturer should be taken to court.

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Gloria Says:
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Hi I have been off Xarelto for about a week now. I am scared bc the doctor did not send me for another CatScan. Long story short I had bunion surgery and developed a blood clot in my lung. I still feel some pain on my right side and I'm concerned.
Gloria-Ajax Ontario Canada

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