Tired, Fatigue While On Eliquis. Black And Blue

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ROXIE Says:


While on Eliquis, have serve leg pain, black and blue can hardly walk some day



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Roxie! How are you feeling? I'm sorry about the problems that you're having.

You aren't the first one to report such issues from taking this medication, there have been quite a few other people, as well. Many have had to switch off of it and try something else. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness and headache. They do have a website that lists all of these, but it just seems that not everyone does well with this medication.

Have you consulted your doctor, yet? This one might not be the right one for you to take.

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Wayne Says:
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hi, I was wondering, can you tell me the difference in having to take a baby aspirin or go on something like Eliquis? My doctor told me that Eliquis was much better and easier than taking baby aspirin. But since taking it I have had dizziness nausea and lack of appetite. I don't recall baby aspirin ever having this kind of effect. I'm having an ablation procedure in 5 days to correct arrhythmia. And is it necessary that I continue taking Eliquis even after I have the ablation as they want me to do? Besides the dizziness, the loss of appetite, the nausea, I've also gained weight which I never do. I can't wait to stop taking this stuff.

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Toni Says:
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Same here, so , black and blue , tired can barely walk , headach

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