Is Therea N Oral Alternative To Lovenox

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gail Says:

Is there an alternative medication to lovenox that can be taken oraly or otherwise instead of shots?

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Verwon Says:

This is a Heparin drug, thus only available as an injection. there are other blood thinners available in pill form, but you would need to discuss your options with you doctor, as sometimes the oral version do not work adequately for all conditions.

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Pat Says:

My mother started takin Lovenox shots and Coumadin beause of a blod clot in her leg. Since sarting those medicines she has been very nauseated. Could that be a side effect of either of those medicines and is there alternative medicine for both of them.

Thanks for your help.

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