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Eliquis, the brand name of apixaban, is primarily used to lower the risk of a stroke and to treat or prevent blood clots.. There are many reasons why your doctor may prescribe you Eliquis. It can be used for people who have atrial fibrillation, which is a heart rhythm disorder to help prevent strokes. Eliquis may also be used to treat blood clots and lower the risk of future blood clots in the legs of people who suffer from deep vein thrombosis or in the lungs for those with pulmonary embolism. Finally, it may also be taken over a short period of time to lower the risk of blood clots forming in the legs or lungs of people recovering from hip or knee replacement surgery. There's also an Eliquis generic alternative that can save you even more off the price of your medication in the US.
Eliquis works by blocking the action of certain clotting proteins in your blood which help blood clots to form. Apixaban is an anticoagulant which is also known as a blood thinner medication which prevents these blood clots.
Always read the patient information and instructions carefully before using this medication.
Make sure to tell your doctor and pharmacist:
Also be aware that:
Common Eliquis side-effects may include but are not limited to:
Contact your doctor if you experience any of the following side-effects of Eliquis:
Q: What are the most common side-effects of Eliquis?
A: The most common Eliquis side-effect is the increased likelihood of easy bruising or minor bleeding such as nosebleeds or bleeding gums. Try to avoid activities which may increase this such as contact sports and take care when shaving and brushing teeth.
Q: How much Eliquis should I take?
A: Eliquis is usually prescribed to be taken twice daily, twelve hours apart. You should always take the dosage prescribed by your doctor. Your dosage depends on what it is being taken for. For patients with nonvalvular atrial fibrillation, the most frequently recommended dosage is 5mg twice daily. For patients older than 80, lighter than 60kg or taking Eliquis or deep vein thrombosis or following knee or hip surgery, the dosage is often 2.5mg twice daily. These dosages will vary between patients and conditions. Follow your doctor’s instructions on Eliquis dosage completely.
Q: Is there a generic alternative to Eliquis?
A: Yes, there is a generic alternative to Eliquis, helping you save even more.
Q: What foods and drink should I avoid while on Eliquis?
A: Eliquis can be taken with or without food. Drinking alcohol while taking Eliquis increases the chances of stomach bleeding so you should limit your alcohol intake and consult with your doctor about how much you may drink safely.