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Doctors may prescribe Warf 1 mg to lower the possibility of forming the blood clots in your body. It has the active ingredient Warfarin, which belongs to the class of drugs known as anti-coagulants that helps to thin your blood if you have had a heart problem, problems with blood clots, or blood circulation. Warfarin tablets may also be given to you if you have been fitted with a replacement heart valve. The anti-coagulant medication is beneficial for patients who are at high risk of forming a blood clot or have developed a clot and need treatment. As a blood thinner, it works by preventing the formation of clots in arteries or veins, thus lowering the risk of stroke, heart attack or other serious conditions. With some health complications, blood clots are formed more quickly than normal. These health conditions include heart muscle problems, after insertion of artificial heart valves, and some hear operations.
Use of Warf 1 mg may increase your chance of bleeding. Inform your doctor if you see rash or blood in you vomits, stools, or urine. You are undergoing a dental treatment or surgery, and then it is important to stop the use of this anti-coagulation drug for some time as per your doctor’s instructions. Before taking it, you must inform your doctor if you are suffering from any liver or kidney diseases. Also, let your doctor know if you are pregnant or breastfeeding and about all the medications that you have been using. Before taking this blood thinner, you must inform the doctor if you are suffering from any hepatic or renal insufficiency. Also, your doctor should be aware of your medical history, especially of blood disorders, blood vessel disorders, mental or mood disorders, frequent injuries due to falls, and alcohol use.
Loss of appetite, stomach pain, or nausea may occur. If any of these side effects persist or worsen, please tell your doctor right away. Warfarin 1 mg may also cause severe bleeding issues and affects your blood clotting protein too much. Call your doctor immediately if you experience any signs of bleeding such as swelling, easy bruising, swelling, discomfort, unusual pain, frequent nosebleeds, prolonged menstrual flow in women, prolonged bleeding from cuts and gums, coughing up blood, and vomit.