Diet Pills And Warfarin

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Mags Says:
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Is there any safe diet pill to take while on warfarin. Oxy elite never had an effect on INR levels. does any one know of a thermeogenic or weight loss pill that is safe?
My husband has an mechanical heart valve and is a body builder. Since oxy elite got recalled we can't seem to ind something that give that energy boost. Any help would be appreciated.

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mags! How is he doing?

Has he checked with his doctor about this? They should be able to help him find something he can use that won't cause a problem.

Does it have to be a weight loss product? Why not just a nutritional supplement for energy? There are some great ones available that work very well.

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Mags Says:
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It doesn't have to be weight loss anything that would give him energy would be great. Just so hard to research millions of Ingriedents.
Right know he is take bing garcinia combonia ( spelled totally wrong sorry) no really energy boosted as it does for others.

Do you know energy boosters that are safe on coumdian?

He takes a pre-work out but it is on an hour of energy.

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Genna Says:

My husband is also on Warfarin. He's been taking Warfarin since March 2014. He is now taking AF Plus with me. When he goes to work it gives him energy and is helping him to trim a few pounds.

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