Xarelto is a prescription drug prescribed to prevent blood clots associated with DVT, PE, and atrial fibrillation. To find the best price for Xarelto, be sure you've entered in your ZIP code and compare the pharmacy prices below. Remember, we base our Xarelto cost listings on dose and amount, so be sure that the header above reflects your prescription. You can change the dose, amount, and ZIP code at any time by clicking the icon next to them in the header. For an even better discount on Xarelto, take advantage of our coupons. They're free, and they can even be used more than once, just like a savings card. To get a coupon for Xarelto, just click ‘Claim Now’ next to your pharmacy of choice, then select whether you want to print it out or receive it on your mobile device as either a text message or an email. Present the coupon to your pharmacist for the discount to be applied. If you'd like more information about Xarelto, our offers, or other ways to save, see the sections below.
Xarelto is prescribed to prevent or treat deep vein thrombosis or pulmonary embolism. In some cases, it may be prescribed to prevent blood clot and stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation.
The prescription drug Xarelto is only available as tablets, however, it can come in three different doses: 10mg, 15mg, and 20mg. No matter which dosage you're prescribed, you will usually take one tablet by mouth one time daily with food. Many times, the 10mg dose is prescribed for treatment following surgery and may be prescribed for either less than or more than 30 days. Sometimes, the 15mg dose is prescribed to be taken two times daily for the first 21 days of treatment. Always follow your doctor's instructions and do not alter your dose on your own.
If you need an epidural or spinal anesthesia, tell your doctor or surgeon that you're taking Xarelto in order to avoid a potentially dangerous clot around your spine. Do not suddenly stop taking this medication as it severely increases the likelihood of a blood clot forming. Talk to your doctor immediately or seek medical attention if you experience uncontrolled bleeding. While this medication will not harm a baby while you're pregnant, it may cause dangerously uncontrolled bleeding during childbirth.
You should not use this medication if you have an artificial heart valve, if you are breastfeeding, if you have kidney or liver disease or disorder, or if you're taking certain other medications including antidepressants or other blood thinners.
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