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c.gavin Says:

i have been given coumidin due t a fib. can't seem to keep coumidin level undr controll can drinling green tea have anything to do with it?

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Verwon Says:

Yes, depending on the brand, Green Tea can contain a lot of caffeine, which can affect blood thinners, please speak to your doctor.

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Barbara Says:

I have a clot in my lleg,,I take fish oil every day along with many other meds for various other health problems,,is fish oil ok to take with coumidin?

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Maddy Says:

Is it contraindicated to drink cranberry juice when taking coumidin

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Peter C Says:

I have been on coumidin for about 2 years.I have heard from different people ,to get off of it and take plavix.I have atrial fiblaration that is hereditary.Without knowing my medical history does it have side effects that, do a copy cat of strokes,(ie) T.I.A.

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Carol Says:

I have been unable to find a doctor to treat me since I have moved . When they find out I am on coumidin they tell me to find another doctor , I have tried them all on this side of town . Why is it so hard to find one who will trear me ?

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Tony Tiger Says:

Books given to me in the hosp. after sur. said no cranberry or green foods or grapefruit.

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