Is Acitrom 2mg Harmful For Brain Veinous Thrombosis If Continued For Prolonged Period?

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My dad is having veinous thrombosis since 2005.

He had a second time on last year march 2013 due to the stoppage of medicine(previously he was having epsolin) . From that time he has been using Acitrom 3mg and now its dosage been reduced to 2mg.

Last month the neuro surgeon(one who stopped the medicines previously) has asked to reduce the intake to twice a week, monday and thursday.

And this month he told that this medicine has to be stopped. But in the same time, since this is his second time, the neurologist has strictly told that this medicine should be eaten throughout his lifetime. Neurosurgeon is telling this medicine might become poisonous to him if eaten more than a year.

Please help!

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Verwon Says:

Did you ask the neurosurgeon what he would like him to take in its place?

In many cases, Warfarin is used, because it has a longer half-life. It can also cause some similar side effects, such as nausea, headache and increased risk of bleeding.

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