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Eliquis (Apixaban) is a drug classified as an anticoagulant, which work by blocking clotting action in your blood. Apixaban is regularly prescribed to those suffering from atrial fibrillation, DVT, pulmonary embolism, and to prevent clotting post surgery. Blood clots that form in the heart due to any of these conditions, can spread to other parts of the body and/or increase ones risk of stroke. Apixaban can prevent serious blood clots and alo prevent them from forming again. 

Always follow your doctors instructions while taking Eliquis.

  • Taken by mouth as directed, usually twice daily
  • Taken with or without food
  • The tablet can be crushed and drank in water, apple juice or applesauce right before taking
  • Use this drug regularly to see the full effects

If you have any questions about taking Eliquis, talk to your pharmacist or doctor.

Before using Eliquis, speak to your pharmacist or doctor about:

  • If you are allergic to it or any other allergies you have
  • Your medical history such as liver or kidney disease, bleeding problems, frequent injuries, recent major injuries, and stroke
  • Before surgery: all other medications (prescription, non-prescription, and herbal) you are currently taking
  • Limiting or cutting out alcohol beverages
  • If you are planning to become pregnant or are breast feeding
  • This drug is not recommended to take during pregnancy
  • If you play or plan to play any contact sports
  • Always consult your doctor before stopping this medication. Make sure to not run out on supply as missing a dose could be troublesome.
  • Be very cautious with sharp objects to avoid getting injuries that cause bleeding.
  • If you do fall or injure yourself, especially around your head, contact your physician right away

 Tell your pharmacist or doctor if your condition does not improve.

Side effects include but are not limited to:

  • Susceptibility to bruising, minor bleeding, nausea

Get medical help immediately if you have any serious side effects such as:

  • Unusual pain/discomfort, heavy menstrual flow, persistent nosebleeds, bloody stools, coughing up blood, vomit with blood or appears like coffee grounds
  • Difficulty swallowing, unusual tiredness, severe headache
  • Signs of serious bleeding
  • Confusion, slurred speech, changes in vision, weakness on one side of body
  • A very serious allergic reaction (symptoms include rash/itchiness/hives, face/tongue/throat swelling, severe dizziness, trouble breathing)

 If any of these effects persist or worsen immediately tell your doctor or pharmacist.

Q: Which dosage should I be taking?

A: Your doctor will decide on the strength and frequency of Eliquis based on your age, weight, kidney function, medical condition, and response to treatment


Q: How long do I have to be on Eliquis?

A: If you are on Apixaban post surgery then the length of treatment is based on that. If you are on it for other reasons, then the discretion is your doctor's.

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