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Anticoagulant Drugs

Tell your physician of all prescription medicines, over-the-counter drugs, and herbal products you are taking before starting anticoagulant therapy. If you start taking an anticoagulant, you will also need to keep the physician monitoring your anticoagulant therapy apprised of any changes in the doses of drugs you already take or of any new medicines you are prescribed by other physicians.

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