Blood Clot Meds & Coumadin Side Effects:
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ome remedies for blood clots? 

Need to take blood clot meds but wonder about a natural alternative to warfarin Coumadin?

Worried about side effects of blood thinners?

Why avoid side effects of blood thinners?

The blood clot meds that are typically advised are Coumadin, the brand name for warfarin, as well as Xarelto.  

  • But you may want to avoid the risk of unwanted bleeding - among common side effects of these meds.


Dangerous side effects. Here's what you need to know:

  • SHORT TERM reactions of Coumadin medication to watch for are bruising, tingling, dark stools or aches and pains.
  • Coumadin warfarin long term side effects: bleeding strokes and hardening of the arteries. Yes, calcification of the arteries.
  • A Coumadin FOOD LIST -- about Coumadin and alcohol -- as well Coumadin food interaction that may affect your dosage of these blood clot meds. Such  interactions can make these meds more dangerous.   (scroll down for Coumadin food list) 

SEE Articles, VIDEOS: Dr Harry - prevent & dissolve blood clots naturally

Dangerous Side Effects of Blood Cot Meds

Dangerous side effects of blood thinners can be SAFELY avoided!


Blood clot meds such as Coumadin’s increase your risk of dangerous bleeding because they stops your body from making the normal amount of vitamin K.

Vitamin K is the “KLOTTING” vitamin that your body uses to clot blood after an injury or cut – for NORMAL blood clotting.

How dangerous are the side effects of Coumadin?

  • The FDA requires that the company that makes the Coumadin medication put a "Black Box" warning label on it—the HIGHEST WARNING RED ALERT of any drug, so you do need to educate yourself about all the side effects of Coumadin!


Blood Clot Meds Side Effects of Coumadin 

Don't feel well due to side effects of blood thinners?

Short term Coumadin side effects - warfarin side effects can be dramatic. You will want to to tell your doctor about these immediately:

If you bleed more than usual anywhere, including internally

  • For instance, your stool might be dark
  • If you fall you may bleed anywhere inside your body this is serious because you might die
  • If you have bruises but you don’t know how you got them
  • You might experience tingling or numbness anywhere
  • Moving might be harder for you or your have more aches and pains (muscle or joint pain)
  • An allergic reaction would likely be breathing problems such as swelling of lips and throat or you might get a rash, hives or just be itchy
  • You might get diarrhea or even feel nauseous
  • Coumadin side effects could feel like having the flu
  • You might have a pressure on your chest
  • Men can even have erections that hurt


Because blood clot meds like Coumadin -- warfarin, prevent your blood from clotting normally, you might bleed internally (e.g. bruises) without noticing, or if you get a scrape or a cut, the bleeding can be very heavy.


Reducing Coumadin Side Effects Naturally

Find out how you can add natural heart supplements to promote normal blood clotting without the risk of bleeding! 

Dr. Harry's top-selling heart FORMULA can be safely used with  prescription blood clot meds OR as a safe Coumadin alternative. 

Over the age of 70?

Bleeding risk increases with blood clot meds for blood clots in brain

If you are over 70, blood clot meds are more likely to cause bleeding problems -- especially bleeding strokes or a Coumadin brain bleed.

If you're older than 75, or take other blood clot meds as well, so you will have to work with your doctor to make sure you have the right Coumadin dosage at all times!

A Coumadin overdose results in bleeding. Or a bleeding stroke if it is in the brain.

An overdose can be due to a Coumadin food interaction or Coumadin drug interactions, which can alter its action.

  • A correct dose of these blood clot meds is difficult -- there is a LONG Coumadin food list and potentially harmful drug interactions.


Blood Clot Meds: Short Term Coumadin Side Effects

How to avoid drug and food interactions and side effects of blood thinners

Coumadin side effects can also include interactions with some foods, prescription medicines and supplements.

If you are taking these blood clot meds, make sure you educate yourself about all the potential side effects of Coumadin (warfarin).

  • Please also talk to your Pharmacist, who can give you a LONG LIST of Coumadin drug interactions and a Coumadin food interactions.

Coumadin SIDE EFFECTS of warfarin TO TELL YOUR DOCTOR ABOUT:

  • More tiredness
  • More gas than usual
  • More cold than usual
  • Your skin is paler
  • A Funny taste in your mouth
  • Losing your hair


Hardening of Arteries = Long Term Effects of Coumadin?

Heart attack and stroke risk can be reduced naturally

Researchers report these (Warfarin) Coumadin long term side effects:

  • Greatly increased chance of bleeding strokes after the age of 70:

  • Hardening of the Arteries is a Coumadin Side Effects Long Term!

German researchers found out in 2005 that long term use of Coumadin produced increased calcium in the aortic valve and coronary arteries when compared to patients not taking Coumadin.

  • "Hardening of the arteries" is therefore one of main Coumadin side effects, and this is more dangerous than other known "risk factors." 1


WARNING: Why Avoid Long Term Coumadin Side Effects?

Know the facts about the side effects of blood thinners

If your doctor wants you to stay on Coumadin for the long term, is he or she aware of Dr. Gordon's warning?

  • WHAT IS THE PROBLEM with using Coumadin (Warfarin) long term? Well, it is not just a problem of Coumadin interaction.

There is a bigger problem!

Dr. Garry Gordon, author of the book The Omega 3 Miracle says:

  • “Every patient on Coumadin is increasing the calcium content of all vascular tissues.
  • The calcium content of arteries is now proven to be more dangerous than diabetes, elevated cholesterol or hypertension -- we must now try to educate patients."

Fortunately, scientists are discovering that Vitamin K2 helps prevent Calcium from Building up in Your Arteries!


Decreasing Your need for Blood Clot Meds

Blood clot risk can be reduced by diet

If you are concerned about the danger of Coumadin side effects (Warfarin), you can talk to your doctor and:

Explain your desire to forgo drug therapy in favor of a safer, more natural approach.

If you are not yet taking Warfarin and do not want the side effects of Coumadin, you can prevent problems with protective natural blood thinners (anticoagulants) that can stop blood clots naturally.

These are typically:

1) fish oils

2) vitamin E

3) Bromelain

4) Nattokinase

NOTE: Not all natural blood thinners are strong or effective enough if you already have heart disease.

Best to get feedback from your doctor from your INR results about your progress.


Vitamin K2 against Coumadin Side Effects?

Vitamin K2 can help clear arteries of calcium

Now here's something to wrap your mind around.  You've been told to avoid vitamin k, yes?

That's because Vitamin K is the CLOTTING VITAMIN!

  • The primary action of Coumadin (Warfarin) is to stop your body from producing a normal amount of Vitamin K.

So with less vitamin K your blood will not clot normally and therefore unwanted blood clots are less likely.

Now, not to be confused with vitamin K, Vitamin K2 actually can help you get out of this mess!

Why? The role of vitamin K2 is now being discovered as important for STOPPING CALCIUM FROM HARDENING THE ARTERIES!

  • So, getting more Vitamin K2 will help you overcome this!

New research is showing vitamin K2 to be a critical nutrient for patients with arteriosclerosis, because it has the potential to prevent and remove calcium from arteriosclerotic plaques thus making plaques easier to dissolve and less dangerous.

  • Inhibiting the production of vitamin K may not be what you want! Why? Because this defeats the purpose. CALCIFICATION of the arteries is the MAIN RISK for HEART DISEASE!


Reducing Blood Clot Meds Safely

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If you want to discontinue using Coumadin (Warfarin) suddenly, you need to know that some researchers have found a REBOUND effect.

  • Although the evidence is mixed – there are reports from orthopaedic surgery trials – that if you stop Coumadin abruptly, there can be for a few months, a more than normal chance of forming blood clots, called a "rebound prothrombotic state" causing MORE blood clots. 2

Scientists have reported INCREASED clotting or hyper-coagulability due to stopping Warfarin abruptly.  (cessation of anticoagulation)


If you have the factors mentioned above, you will want to avoid having an INCREASED risk of forming blood clots DUE TO STOPPING COUMADIN suddenly, and phase it out slowly.

  • So you need to phase out Warfarin safely with the help of your doctor.

And, adding a proven heart health supplement will give increased protection:


Coumadin Alcohol Interaction?

Alcohol and side effects of blood thinners

If you are taking Coumadin and alcohol you will want to know that alcohol ENHANCES the effects of your Coumadin medication.

  • Coumadin alcohol enhancement can in lead to a Coumadin overdose, so if you want to enjoy a drink or drinks, make sure that you talk to your doctor and pharmacist about Coumadin and alcohol.

You will want to know the signs of a mini stroke, because a Coumadin overdose basically means that your risk for bleeding and bleeding stokes goes up dramatically:

  • Better yet, you may want to consider our recommended Enhanced Arginine Supplement instead that does need to be managed as carefully as your Coumadin dosage.

With a Coumadin substitute that works differently, you will no longer have to worry about a warfarin vitamin k diet, and you can take it alongside your Coumadin medication until your doctor says it is SAFE for you to STOP warfarin.


Coumadin Food List

surprising foods on list of blood thinners

What’s a proper diet for taking Coumadin?

While not a lot of research has been done on the exact proper diet for taking Coumadin, here’s a Coumadin food list -- to avoid getting Coumadin side effects.

  • Pomegranate juice, mango and cranberry juice have been shown to increase people’s INR reading even though these foods are NOT high in vitamin k, so go figure!

A Coumadin food interaction is more typical with foods high in vitamin k, so sometimes people think that their doctor has told them NOT TO EAT ANY GREENS.

Typically you will be advised NOT to take a multiple vitamin with vitamin k1 so as not to affect your Coumadin dosage.

  • However, research shows that you will NOT have a problem with vitamin k and Coumadin if your intake of foods with vitamin k is CONSISTENT – avoiding ups and downs, so that does not interfere with your Coumadin levels, or Coumadin dosage.

So no reason to take the following from the Coumadin food list if you understand the basics of Coumadin food interaction. VITAMIN K AND COUMADIN.

A typical Coumadin food list with vitamin k to be aware of includes beef liver and:

Leafy greens protect your heart

• Spinach

• Lettuce

• Cabbage

• Broccoli

• Parsley

• Swiss Chard

• Watercress

• Turnip Greens

• Mustard Greens

• Endive


Foods NOT high in vitamin k but still known to cause a Coumadin food interaction and your INR, are soy milk, cranberries, mango and pomegranate juice. Drinking these juices will affect our INR and your Coumadin dosage.

  • Please see your doctor and pharmacist for a full Coumadin food list and Coumadin food interactions, and if you are on other meds, for Coumadin drug interactions.
  • Best to add natural heart supplements that are safe to take alongside your Coumadin medication. This way your doctor reduces your Coumadin dose safely or phase it out.


Safe alternative for blood clot meds

Less worries about dangerous side effects of blood thinners for us!

To avoid blood clot meds long term, change your diet and foods to be home remedies for blood clots.

Many foods prevent blood clots for healthy people:  See: how Blood thinning foods help against blood clots long term.


But for extra assurance it is wise to add proven natural heart supplements:

  • WATCH VIDEOS by Dr. Harry Elwardt about "dissolving blood clots" naturally

With the help of your doctor you CAN avoid the dangerous side effects of blood thinners!

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Sources:

1. Relation of oral anticoagulation to cardiac valvular and coronary calcium assessed by multiple spiral computer tomography. Koos R et al: Amer J Cardiol.2005;96(6):747-749

2. Effect of warfarin withdrawal on thrombolytic treatment in patients with ischaemic stroke. Eur J Neurol. 2011 Sep;18(9):1165-70. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-1331.2011.03363.x. Epub 2011 Feb 14.

3.  Warfarin withdrawal Palareti G, Legnani C. Department of Angiology and Blood Coagulation, University Hospital S. Orsola, Bologna, Italy.


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