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Xarelto (rivaroxaban) is an anticoagulant which work by blocking clotting action in your blood. Xarelto is an oral drug usually used to prevent the risk of a stroke in those with an irregular heartbeat or who have undergone recent surgery. Rivaroxaban is regularly used to treat blood clots in other conditions as well including DVT. Xarelto also prevents the blood clots from reforming.
Always follow your doctors instructions while taking Xarelto.
If you have any questions about taking Xarelto, talk to your pharmacist or doctor.
Before using Xarelto, speak to your pharmacist or doctor about:
Tell your pharmacist or doctor if your condition does not improve.
Side effects include but are not limited to:
Get medical help immediately if you experience any signs of serious bleeding:
If any of these effects persist or worsen immediately tell your doctor or pharmacist.
Q: Is it safe to stop taking Xarelto when I stop experiencing symptoms?
A: It is not recommended to tamper with your dosage without consulting your doctor first.
Q: How does Xarelto work?
A: Xarelto works by blocking clotting action in your blood and thereby reducing ones risk of stroke or other blood clot caused conditions.
Q: How do I figure out which dosage to take?
A: Your doctor will take into account your current medical condition and how you've responded to treatment so far to determine the best strength of Rivaroxaban for you.
Q: What if I miss a dose of Xarelto?
A: If you forget your dose at your usual time, take it as soon as you remember and/or continue the same dose the next day. Try to not run out of supply to keep the risk of a stroke at a minimum.
Q: What foods should I avoid while on Xarelto?
A: Currently, there are no dietary restrictions or foods that interact badly with rivaroxaban.
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