Xarelto And Dizziness/vertigo

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Bev Says:


Have been on 20 mlgs Xarelto for 3 years…take one a day. Experiencing severe dizziness, spinning sensation with vertigo. Could xarelto be causing this?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Bev! How are you?

It's possible, though it would be unusual to suddenly start experience those symptoms, after 3 years.

The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and easy bruising.

Have you consulted your doctor? It would be best to have this checked out to be safe.

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Kathy Says:

I’ve been on Xarelto for a month and a half. Since I’ve been on them I get dizzy spells. Doctor told me my body just needs to adjust. Some days I get 3-4 spells a day. Will these spells go away or should I change medication? I’m even scared to drive because I never know when a dizzy spell will hit.

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Jan Says:

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Hi Kathy; I have also been on 20mg of Xarelto for 6 weeks, and regularly go to the gym. This morning after a class I felt dizzy, was really freaked out as this is the first time it has happened. I’m glad I’m not alone. Hate taking Xarelto but looks like I’m a lifer as I have had 3 dvts in the same leg.

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Angel Says:

My mother has been on xarelto for a month and she is having dizzy spells. Should she stop taking the pill?

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Kathy Says:

Since my post I've been put on pills for vertigo. Side effects, nausea. Had that with the dizzy spells.

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Tabitha Says:
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I've been on Xalrelto for over a year. I have been having dizzy sleeps EVERY DAY. I decided to stop my meds for a couple of days and noticed that I didn't have any dizzy spells. As soon as I started back taking the meds..the dizziness started back.

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