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Buy Discount Lovenox and/or Generic Alternative

Drug Name Related Drug Names
Lovenox 20mg/0.2mL Clexane
Lovenox 30mg/0.3mL Lovenox
Lovenox 40mg/0.4mL Lovenox
Lovenox 60mg/0.6mL Lovenox
Lovenox 100mg/mL Clexane
Lovenox 120mg/0.8mL Clexane

Lovenox

 
 

Lovenox Product Description

Lovenox is a blood thinner that is specifically used in order to prevent blood clots. Lovenox can help prevent very serious blood clots, such as deep vein thrombosis which may cause clots in the lungs. Also, Lovenox can prevent blood vessel complication in certain people suffering from angina or heart attacks. Keep Lovenox stored at room temperature and away from any heat or moisture. Lovenox should be taken as it was prescribed to you. Lovenox is administered by an injection under the skin or a needle placed in a vein. Never self-inject Lovenox if you do not properly understand how to use it. When injecting the medication, never inject in the same place two times in a row. Lovenox is usually injected on the sides of the stomach. Lovenox should be avoided if you are allergic to enoxaparin, heparin, or pork products. Also, do not take Lovenox if you have any major bleeding or significantly low platelet count. Talk to your doctor before taking Lovenox. Let you doctor know if you have any allergies, or if you have liver or kidney disease, a heart infection, any bleeding, or clotting disorders, high blood pressure, diabetes, a stomach ulcer, an artificial heart valve, or history of stroke, recent brain or spine surgery. Let your doctor know if you are taking any other medication, or if you've had any surgery or dental work. If you plan on having surgery or dental work, let the doctor know before the operation that you have been taking Lovenox. Avoid taking aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), or any type of blood thinners unless directed so by your doctor. Serious side effects include: allergic reaction; bleeding that won’t stop; pale skin, easy bruising, unusual weakness; swelling, bruising, or bleeding where an incision was made during surgery; sudden numbness or weakness, headache, confusion, problems with vision, speech or balance; pain or swelling in one or both legs; cough, chest pain, trouble breathing; or slow heart rate, weak pulse, muscle weakness, tingly feeling. Less serious side effects may include: nausea, diarrhea; swelling in the hands or feet; or mild swelling, pain, bruising, or redness where the medicine was injected.

How should Lovenox be stored?

Keep Lovenox stored at room temperature and away from any heat or moisture.

How should I take Lovenox?

Lovenox should be taken as it was prescribed to you. Lovenox is administered by an injection under the skin or a needle placed in a vein. Never self-inject Lovenox if you do not properly understand how to use it. When injecting the medication, never inject in the same place two times in a row. Lovenox is usually injected on the sides of the stomach.

When should Lovenox not be taken?

Lovenox should be avoided if you are allergic to enoxaparin, heparin, or pork products. Also, do not take Lovenox if you have any major bleeding or significantly low platelet count.

What precautions should I follow when taking Lovenox?

Talk to your doctor before taking Lovenox. Let you doctor know if you have any allergies, or if you have liver or kidney disease, a heart infection, any bleeding, or clotting disorders, high blood pressure, diabetes, a stomach ulcer, an artificial heart valve, or history of stroke, recent brain or spine surgery.

What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Lovenox?

Let your doctor know if you are taking any other medication, or if you've had any surgery or dental work. If you plan on having surgery or dental work, let the doctor know before the operation that you have been taking Lovenox. Avoid taking aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), or any type of blood thinners unless directed so by your doctor.

What are the side effects of Lovenox?

Serious side effects include: allergic reaction; bleeding that won’t stop; pale skin, easy bruising, unusual weakness; swelling, bruising, or bleeding where an incision was made during surgery; sudden numbness or weakness, headache, confusion, problems with vision, speech or balance; pain or swelling in one or both legs; cough, chest pain, trouble breathing; or slow heart rate, weak pulse, muscle weakness, tingly feeling. Less serious side effects may include: nausea, diarrhea; swelling in the hands or feet; or mild swelling, pain, bruising, or redness where the medicine was injected.

 
 
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