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  1. Sue McIntire
    Oct 13 - 12:02 pm

    Wonder about the cost of the drug and whether it will be covered under Medicare Part D?

  2. Dan
    Oct 15 - 11:56 pm

    My INR nurse told me about this new drug today…sounds awesome! She says it WILL be more expensive that Warafin but she didn’t know how much more.

  3. Paul
    Oct 28 - 9:34 pm

    Pradaxa is $260 a month in Canada. It’s hopeful the cost will come down once it is indicated more for life-long therapies like stroke and DVTE prevention.

  4. Mary Anne
    Nov 07 - 1:13 pm

    Can Prodaxa also be prescribed for patients with prosthetic heart valves? I have been doing my own pro-times for the last 3 years….but I am really tired of the constant montoring and the effect of diet changes on Coumadin…even an occaisional social drink can send my pro-time up to unsafe levels.

  5. Jim Curice
    Jan 28 - 1:02 am

    Are there limits on what one eats and drinks when taking Prodaxa?

  6. Helen Wolff
    Feb 23 - 5:05 pm

    I have Leiden Factor V,hav been on coumedin for 15 years.

    I wonder if I would be able to switch to Pradaxa?

  7. Karen Reina
    Nov 29 - 7:50 am

    Her doctor has just prescribed Pradaxa for my mother, who is in a nursing home following hip surgery and has a stubborn blood clot in her leg that has not responded to Coumadin. Her doctor is hopeful that Pradaxa will break up the clot, as well as prevent future ones. Any experience with this particular application?

  8. HenryJ Andrukiewicz
    Dec 29 - 4:03 pm

    Using Prodaxa are y0u limited or restriced to certain foods. Does it restrict one in having an occational wine with dinner, or an occational cocktail? Thank you

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