Dizziness From Eliquis Eventually Goes Away

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Mollie Says:

I started eliquis 5 days ago and feel dizzy every day- does it eventually go away?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mollie! How are you?

Yes, it is usually a transient side effects that goes away with time, as reported by the FDA. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and easy bruising.

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Mollie Says:

Thank you so much for your response, which I find encouraging - I will be so relieved when the dizziness goes away!

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Ken Cleave Says:

I was placed on Apixaban for AFib after being on Apirin for 10 years.
Since then I have suffered dizziness, headache and sickness. I consulted my Doctor and he suggested that I stop taking Apixaban and return to Asirin that had served me well for so long. I am awaiting the outcome. These tablets just didn't work for me.

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