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Medications - When To Call You Doctor

Call your doctor if you experience any of the following:

  • Bleeding that does not stop, excessive bleeding during menses, nose bleeds, bleeding gums or if you vomit blood
  • Dark brown urine or red/black color in your stool
  • Unusual bruising
  • Pregnancy (do not take blood thinners if you suspect you are pregnant)
  • An illness that keeps you from taking your medication or drastically changes your eating habits
  • Fever or any developing gastrointestinal illness (vomiting or diarhea)
  • Any infection, swelling, pain or discomfort
  • Any unusual symptoms

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