Headache And Tired On Xarelto

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jay30 Says:
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I am 30 y/o and have been on xarelto for a month now due to a pe I have worked in the oilfield for 8 years with no problems of being tired at work since I have returned to work I have been really tired everyday half way into my 12 hour shift when I get a day off i can sleep for 12 and wake up for 2 or 3 hours and go back to sleep is this normal side effects of this medicine I can't find anything about it

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Laura Says:
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I have been on Xarelto a little over a month for a first time DVT in my leg. I am a fairly active 37 year old. I have been more tired than normal but not as tired as you describe. Of course, I have an 8-5 desk job which is less demanding than a 12 hour shift. I am not necessarily sleeping more, i am just low on energy. I am looking forward to getting healthy again and getting my energy back!

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Tam Says:

Tiredness is a side effect. For the first two months, I was really exhausted all the time too. I was dizzy, nauseous, had headaches and ached all over most of the time. I slept all the time and work was hard to get through, being on my feet all day. I'm now in my third month and feel ten times better. Pretty much all of my symptoms have subsided and am starting to feel normal again. I still sleep a lot though. Hang in there, it does get better! :)

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scott Says:
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I was very fatigued when I took it during the day. I started taking it before bed so if it exhausts me I won't notice or care. I rarely feel tired during the day now.

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scott Says:

MY FATHER WAS ON XARELTO FOR 4 MONTHS AND HE WENT DOWNHILL FAST. NOW HE IS SO WEAK AND TIRED he cant stand up with out help. sleeps 18 hrs a day. and he has been hospitalized twice and received transfusions for 4 units of whole blood from internal bleeding. My questions is this: After discontinuing the xarelto
how long will these side effects last??

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