Can I Prevent Stroke in Atrial Fibrillation Treatment?

You can prevent stroke in atrial fibrillation treatment as long as taking necessary medicines. Usually AFib patients take anticoagulant medicines to hinder the formation of blood clots. If you are allergic to almost all anticoagulants or just can’t stand their side effects, you can take aspirin as an alternative.


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