I Missd Morning Dosage Of Medication

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jackie Says:


I forgot to take my 8 am dosage of pradaxa and cardizen pills and took
them at 5 pm. when I remembered, should I skip the 8 pm dosage and continue on schedue in morning?

I missed my morning meds and took them late this afternoon . pradaza and cardizen. I am due a night dose at 8 so do I just skip night dose and start regular rigimen in the morning?






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Verwon Says:

Hello, Jackie! How are you?

Unless your doctor instructs otherwise, the FDA directs that you take the missed dose of a medication as soon as you remember, unless it's close to the time for the next dose, then you should skip it and just return to your regular dosing schedule.

The typical side effects of these medications are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and easy bruising.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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