Is Xarelto The Right Elixir For Your Complication?

Xarelto is a blood thinner and it is used to reduce the chances of blood clot. After certain surgeries blood clot can be formed. It is also used for the patients who are suffering from heart disorder due to blood clot. The drug was manufactured with the aim to provide a relief to the patients, however, according to a report published by FDA, though a good amount of people are benefited with the drug, in some of the cases, the patients are suffering from the negative effects and these include:

  • Stroke

  • Paralysis

  • Kidney Bleeding

  • Intestinal bleeding

  • Brain hemorrhage

  • Abdominal bleeding

  • Deep vein thrombosis

  • Pulmonary thrombosis

  • Dizziness

  • Back pain

  • Bleeding gum

  • Bloody stool

  • Headache

  • Leg weakness

  • Nosebleeds

  • Red or dark brown urine

  • Tarry stools

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In some of the cases, it can also cause death. If you are suffering from blood clot problem and have consumed the drug to get rid of it and now, suffering from the side-effects then file Xarelto lawsuit and ask for legal compensation. The lawyers will assist you to get the compensation and stand by you to provide you mental support.

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Though FDA is against the drug, the manufacturer companies are endorsing the drug as a blood thinner and endanger the lives of the patients. Hence, it is advisable not to consume the drug, unless you have proper knowledge about the medicine. If any of your loved ones is suffering from the ill-effects then take assistance from the professionals of Xarelto Claims. In order to know more about Xarelto claims, call them at 1-888-974-0844.

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