My Identity Doctor Offers Patient Guide to Those Taking Warfarin and Other Anticoagulant Medications offers a patient guide to those taking Warfarin and other anticoagulant medications.


Lakewood, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/19/2015 -- Individuals with blood clotting issues take prescription medication like Warfarin/Coumadin to help stop the formation of dangerous blood clots that can lead to a heart attack, stroke, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, even death. Warfarin is an anticoagulant that helps stop the blood from forming clots and in effect, thins the blood (though it is not considered a blood thinner).

My Identity Doctor advises patients taking Warfarin to follow these steps:

1)Carefully monitor each dose taken to achieve an ideal level of blood clotting. An overdose can lead to excessive bleeding, while not taking enough can lead to blood clots.

2)Get frequent Prothrombin Time Tests initially upon starting the medication so your doctor can determine the exact right dosage.

3)Always inform your medical providers that you are taking Warfarin along with any other medications. Ask your doctor before taking any over the counter pain relief or other medication. Ibuprofin increases the anticoagulant properties of Warfarin and should only be taken with a doctor's approval.

4)Always wear a Warfarin bracelet or Coumadin bracelet to alert medical personnel of your situation in case you are not able to. Coumadin medical alert bracelets can save your life.

A spokesperson from talked more about the Warfarin bracelet and other steel medical jewelry, "At we believe your health and safety come first, above everything else. If you are taking Warfarin or Coumadin it's vitally essential that you wear one of our Coumadin medical alert bracelets or Warfarin bracelet so people around you, including EMT's and doctors, will know that you have a blood-clot condition. Only armed with this knowledge can medical personnel accurately treat you."

My Identity Doctor specializes in steel medical jewelry like medical bracelet and medical ID bracelet for both men and women. They know that easy to read, black engraving is the most important for your safety. By wearing a medical ID tag, you are ensuring prompt, accurate medical attention. Paramedics and medical doctors are trained to be aware of medical ID tags and their existence ensures that you will be treated immediately with no risk of error or a misdiagnosis. offers extremely resistant steel medical jewelry for men, women, and children that holds up to everyday wear and tear.

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Contact Person: Jon Paul S.
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