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... I'm currently taking 8mg of coumadin a day for a massive blood clot in my leg. It's definitely no fun trying to figure out all of the stuff you can and cannot have while taking this medication, and you really have to do your homework. ... (3 replies)
... My husband has been on coumadin since 1996. There have been a few times when it had been out of range, but has always gone back pretty quick. ... (9 replies)
... down from 5.7 last week. He had cereal with soy milk 4 times since last blood work was done. ... (9 replies)

... It looks like Soy Milk has the potential to decrease INR. If that was the only real change to his diet, it seems reasonable to suspect it. ... (9 replies)
... We were told that soy was one thing to avoid or use regularly.But that is so hard it seems like everything has some soy in it. Hubby refuses to give up mayo and that has a lot of soy in it. I think coumadin has to be the hardest drug to be on. ... (9 replies)
... for a blood clot in my leg. I personally, have a big problem with soy based products and my INR levels. ... (9 replies)
... months, and it ended up being three years. ... (4 replies)
... I have read that a normal inr level is .08 to 1.2 for people not on coumadin. My husband is on coumadin for blood clots so to thin his blood he has to take coumadin and his inr should be between 2 and 3. Is your doctor worried about your inr level? ... (9 replies)
... so he is know taking 5 mgs 5 x a week and 2 mgs twice a week that has brought his inr level to where it should be at least for now. How are you doing? ... (9 replies)
... and he'd been consuming a lot of soy milk. I told him what I'd read here. ... (9 replies)
... Lorrie, how is your husband doing? I hope they got his INR stabilized. The list I was given during my recent hospitalization includes soybean oil but not soy milk -- but it's a short list. I've learned so much more on the internet. WF, thanks for the info on the Smart Ones. I was living on those things at work -- and I would occasionally eat those roasted soybeans... (9 replies)
Apr 17, 2007
... Thank you and the best to you also. We are out of town on one of his business trips and lookig at a menu at meal time is like a quessing game. ... (7 replies)
... First time here, I thank anyone who reads my post that has any information in advance. I have just recieved my latest INR count and it is 0.9 now and was 1.0 in January of this year. I had a liver biopsy in January to determine degree of liver disease, I have been diagnose with chronic HCV. ... (9 replies)
Mar 9, 2007
... My leg seems to be having some good days lately, but I came down with a cold yesterday and my doctor doesn't want me taking anything other than Tylenol. I am still waiting for call from him to let me know how my bloodwork turned out yesterday. ... (23 replies)
... m honestly very surprised that your doctor doesn't want to test you for genetic distorders given the fact that your poor Mom has had a terrible history with DVTs and PE. I would honestly myself, want to rule these out before ever going off of the Coumadin. ... (7 replies)
Mar 8, 2007
... ny idea there was another woman who was almost identical! I hope that your knee tightness isn't anything too serious. I had no idea what that feeling was like, and even after I got home from the hosptial stay, whenever I feel my leg getting really tight again, I know that my blood has thickened a lot. ... (23 replies)

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