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Tuesday, January 01, 2013 BUNNIESHOT, Community Member, asks

Q: I am taking seroquel xr for my bipolar and just got a mechanical valve replacement and have to take Coumadin for my blood is still to low and should be going up is it because of the mix of the 2?????

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Jerry Kennard, Health Pro
1/ 2/13 9:35am

Judy is right, Bunnieshot, unless by some fluke an experienced medical professional picks up your question, I doubt you'll get an answer. I think you need to take this one directly to your family doctor. It's a very sensible question in my view and one that deserves appropriate consideration.

 

Jerry

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bunnieshot, Community Member
1/ 4/13 9:16am

I talked to my doctor and he told me it did not change anything in my situation 

 

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Judy, Community Member
1/ 1/13 7:35pm

Hi, Bunnieshot.  We aren't medical professionals, but I just want to say that I certainly hope your doctor knows about every medication you are taking.  If so, he/she would be aware if there were a negative interaction of the two drugs.  You could mention it as something you are wondering about, just to be on the safe side.

 

I hope your recovery goes well!  Thanks for your question.

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suzanne, Community Member
1/10/13 9:36am

Hi Bunnieshot, I also took seroquel xr and was on asprinin  a day but the seroquel caused me to have seizures so don't know if combo or just the seroquel but I would ask your doctor

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By BUNNIESHOT, Community Member— Last Modified: 01/10/13, First Published: 01/01/13