On Xarelto With Hairloss And Weight Gain

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beatrice Says:


ive been anticoagulated for 8 years. recently switched from lovenox to xarrelto. i am hoping the weight gain and the hairloss will diminish as i am lifelong on an anticoagulent. does anybody else know if these side effects end?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Beatrice! How are you?

No, from what others have said who also experienced it, such side effects do not go away. Many people have actually been unhappy with Xarelto and had to switch off of it. It may also cause joint/muscle aches and headaches.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Dale Says:

I forgot to tell you people that being on Xarelto also has caused me to lose my hair. This has never happened to me before.

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MH54 Says:

Re: Dale (# 2)

Yes...me too. Hair loss, joint pain & weight gain on Xarelto has been acute and troublesome, for sure.

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