What Laxative Can I Take With Rivaroxaban

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Charlie Says:


I'm having problems with constipation but am afraid to take a laxative with rivaroxaban. Please let me know what can be used?



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Kevin Says:

Hello Charlie,

This matter would be best addressed by your primary care physician. Even if I gave you the name of a brand that would not have any adverse effects with rivaroxaban it would still be risky because I don't have access to your medical records/history and it would be blind advise that could have a seriously negative impact on you. My suggestion is simply call your doctor, they can pull up your records and then make a rather quick referral and you could rest assured that this medication will not only work with rivaroxaban but also with you particularly.

Sorry this wasn't as helpful as you wanted but I would hate to see you get hurt from bad advise. Have a wonderful day and I hope you feel better soon.

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