Xarelto And Tamiflu

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Jim Says:


I've been on xarelto for a year because of heart afib. Because of the flu I've been given tamiflu. Checking online shows a study where there were many bad interactions because of this combination. Is this really the case?



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Sally Says:
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I am in the same boat today. Did you ever get a response to your question? Thanks!

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David Says:

Hi Jim & Sally,

While I personally haven't come across the types of reviews concerning bad drug interactions between Xarelto and Tamiflu, I did look up the drug combination at the University of Maryland Medical Center (umm.edu / drug interaction tool) to see what all the fuss is about.
However, no drug interactions or contraindications were listed.

Although this does not necessarily mean that no interactions exist, it is my understanding the two are generally regarded as safe to take together, unless otherwise noted by your doctor.

That said, because we're all different people and subsequently may respond differently, it's always a good idea to double check with the prescribing doctor just to be certain.

I hope this helps!

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