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xarelto cause leg pain burning

Hi, I've been on xarelto for nearly 3 weeks. I started of with pressure & pain in the head then that went away. Then got abdominal pain, then that went away. Then burning in my upper back that went away and now my legs have a burning sensation from my calf to foot and some muscle pain in my shoulder and arms feel like they've been bruised but no visible sign of bruising. I have a small Pe in my left lung due to child birth and the same thing happened 8 years ago due to child birth so no more kids for me. But these burning sensations in my legs and feet come and go all day and night and it's so annoying. What should I do as every time I bring this up to my doctors or hematologist they just brush me of saying it's normal. Well I'm here to say it's not normal, i... ...

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burning and pain in upper back and chest and bruising

my son has been on xarelto since nov 2014 for dv in his right arm. anyone else have this problem? ## Hello, Vonnie! How is your son doing? Those are all listed among the typical side effects by the FDA, he may also experience increased risk of bleeding, constipation, headache, dizziness and urinary retention. If they are severe, he should speak to his doctor. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Xarelto acne and weight gain

I have been taking xarelto for about 4 months post PE I have gained about 20 pounds and am breaking out horribly non stop especially on and around my nose occasionally have sharp pains in my arms and legs I too 15 mg twice day for first 3 weeks and now am taking 20 mg daily I seem tk be reading that 10 mg is the norm am I taking too much? I worry since this drug is so new ## Hello, Diana! How are you? Everything that you've listed can be normal side effects of it, except the break outs, I've not seen that listed anywhere. Are you on any other medications? And no, the normal doses are 15mgs twice daily or 20mgs once daily. ## I too have been suffering from acne and weight gain. I have them on my cheeks, neck and upper lip. I also have gained 12 lbs. I know my body very well and i... ...

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Leg Pains / Weight Gain

I had a hysterectomy a couple weeks ago and a week later had a blood clot in my right calf. I was prescribed Xarelto 2x 20mg a day. Two days later I had excessive abdominal bleeding. Was told to take only 1 pill for the next 24 hours, the bleeding didn't stop and I was told to stop taking altogether. After 24 hours no bleeding so I was told to start back up (this was just a couple hours ago). As of yesterday I have an intermittent shooting pain in my left upper leg, when it hits me the pain is so strong I almost fall to the ground...then it goes away. I have also gained 4 pounds since I started taking it. I hardly eat as I'm still on paid meds from my surgery so it sounds like this may be a side effect as well. Anything on this horrible leg pain I am suddenly having? It hasn... ...

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pulmonary embolism/clots

I'm hospitalized with clots around my lungs. 65, 2 x leuakimea survivor in remission for 16 years, lower back fused, upper disectomy,neck, partial thoracotomy, about 1/2 of one lung removed through my back. One Dr said warfin but cardiologist says xarelto? I take many meds due to abuse. They say that's not a problem. I also suffer a lot of pain and occasional migraines. They've reduced over the past few years. Any advice on the preferences? Warfin or Xarelta? I also live in a small town with a hospital not very well equipped. Almost 2 hours to nearest full hospital. Please advise? They want to switch me from the heparin injections tomorrow, 3-28-15. Thanks DW ## Hello, DW! How are you doing? I'm sorry about the medical problems you're having. Both are effective medic... ...

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