LOVENOX: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Deep Vein Thrombosis “Excellent!! The PCP tried to switch me to tabs and will insist this as I have medicare (A&B) as well as medicaid.What is it that the PCP is insisting on alternatives to Lovenox?PLEASE respond?I have a MA in economics and have taken undergrad. Anatomy & Phys. in addition to a course in pharmocology.”

waltbi August 3, 2016

For Deep Vein Thrombosis, Prophylaxis “I have Factor V Leiden, Prothrombin Mutation, Protein C Deficiency. Injected twice-daily, subcutaneously while pregnant. Injections were taken in the abdominal area, twice daily, for the duration of pregnancy. Regular treatments were warfarin (Coumadin) while not pregnant. Needles were not very big, but left a lot of bruising because of the thin blood, but that is to be expected with any blood thinner injection. Last month of pregnancy I used heparin injections, I was told they leave the body faster than Lovenox. Just in case of spontaneous labor.”

TheSinkMonster (taken for 6 months to 1 year) April 29, 2014

For Angina “Very effective.”

zeesha July 24, 2013

For Deep Vein Thrombosis “Works great for deep vein thrombosis! However, I always experience heavy bruising at the injection site.”

phantomjetpilot (taken for 6 months to 1 year) March 6, 2013

For Deep Vein Thrombosis “Pain with the injection”

Anonymous July 10, 2012

For Deep Vein Thrombosis “It is the only medicine that I can take to assist with the fighting of DVT for me. Don’t care for sticking myself everyday, although it is keeping me alive. I have tried Coumadin and Praxada, but with both became severely ill, so the only choice was Lovenox. Am looking for the option of going back to a pill or some other treatment one day, instead of injections. “

Anonymous December 24, 2011

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