Warfarin And Ferrous Sulphate

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David Says:

can you take Warfarin and Ferrous Sulphate at the same time

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Lulu Says:

Any one suffer hot sweats and depression since taking warfarin.i had mechanical valve seven years ago and find my self feeling dizzy hot sweats and panicky .

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