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(Rivaroxaban)

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  • Taking it with food may make it easier on your stomach. Tendency to bruise lessens with time.
    Age: 68
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: Atrial flutter
    Duration taken: Two years or more
  • Take with food. My skin started itching like crazy all over for the first week. That eventually subsided but skin is very dry all the time now. Have to coat entire body with shae butter day and night to treat the dry skin.
    Age: 47
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Thrombosis
    Duration taken: A month or so
  • I've experienced extremely heavy periods, back pain and tiredness since being on this medication. I've had three ultrasounds on my leg since first diagnosed with the DVT and a year later, I still have a blood clot in my leg. I'm frustrated.
    Age: 49
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: DVT (blood clot) treatment and prevention
  • Take with food. Experienced greater hair loss.
    Age: 60
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: DVT (blood clot) treatment and prevention
  • Have had increasingly more painful muscle and joint pain everywhere
    Age: 64
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: DVT (blood clot) treatment and prevention
  • On week 4. I am suppose to be on it for at least 4 months due to a clot in my arm. Have had minimal side-effects other than a super heavy and twice a long menstruation period. Other than that, all has been well so far.
    Age: 51
    Gender: Woman
    Taken for: DVT (blood clot) treatment and prevention
  • It seems have unintentional weight loss
    Age: 81
    Gender: Man
  • Works well for me, saves many trips to control Coumadin which I used before. I think it is safe, my doctors say it is. Is not cheap but Medicare covers it with $33 co pay (per month).
    Age: 73
    Gender: Man
    Duration taken: Two years or more
  • Took about a week for the skin itching to subside. Skin dryness continued for another month or so but easily relieved with lotion. No other problems to report. Way better experience than warfarin!
    Anonymous
  • I'm also under treatment with hormone therapy injections(prostap), every 3 months for my prostate cancer, & lately I've experience extensive bruising in the area & also feelings of giddiness when getting up & general weakness.
    Age: 76
    Gender: Man
    Taken for: Atrial fibrillation
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