Warfarin and impotence

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Please detail any anti-coagulants currently available and all possible side effects. For example, I am told that Warfarin causes swelling of the ankles, excessive bleeding from cuts and impotence in men. Thanking you in advance for your help.
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For example, I am told that Warfarin causes swelling of the ankles, excessive bleeding from cuts and impotence in men. Thanking you in advance for your help. Regards Jason Dear Jason Coumadin (warfarin) does not cause swelling of the ankles or sexual dysfunction. It does increase your chances of bleeding after being cut or after falling or injuring yourself. It should not be combined with alcohol. It does require having a blood test every few weeks.
Please detail any anti-coagulants currently available and all possible side effects. For example, I am told that Warfarin causes swelling of the ankles, excessive bleeding from cuts and impotence in men. Thanking you in advance for your help. Regards Jason Hi, I'm 33 and had an operation that ended up saving my aortic valve (not an option in your case. However, I was given replacement options of Mechanical or Homograft (Pig also but I fuled that out quickly).
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