I got put on a life of pill a day Courmadin, a blood clot thinner ususally for the very old. in had a blood clot slide into my right eye and it cut off the board to the retina for two months last summer manking SWIM a 25/250 vision. I have a genetic problem that can't be fixed. I take Ritalin every day so one more pill should be fine right? wrong, I've got ringing in my ears like I just left a concert, horrible "inner-mind" pain. I feel very faint. I've known it was a rat poison that causes them to bleed out of everything, that is the overdose. I feel I'm not being told the truth about this drug or something. Jump ahead and skip the pitty, now I got all sorts of issues and the Dr's REFUSE to say anything but, "Lots of drugs interect with Coumadin." Well thank your very fucking much PHdick! It's the same thing, don't answer anything at get sued. Web info is fairly lacking but here are the risks of the known interations. Warfarin Sodium, Crystalline, USP 3-(alpha-Acetonylbenzyl)-4-hydroxycoumarin Sodium Salt C19H15NaO4 F.W. 330.31 CAS: 129-06-6 These thin the blood out more, so web page says. Specific Drugs Reported acetaminophen fluconazole penicillin G,intravenous alcohol† fluorouracil pentoxifylline allopurinol fluoxetine phenylbutazone aminosalicylic acid flutamide phenytoin† amiodarone HCl fluvastatin piperacillin aspirin fluvoxamine piroxicam atorvastatin† gemfibrozil pravastatin† azithromycin glucagon prednisone† capecitabine halothane propafenone cefamandole heparin propoxyphene cefazolin ibuprofen propranolol cefoperazone ifosfamide propylthiouracil† cefotetan indomethacin quinidine cefoxitin influenza virus vaccine quinine ceftriaxone itraconazole ranitidine† celecoxib ketoprofen rofecoxib cerivastatin ketorolac sertraline chenodiol levamisole simvastatin chloramphenicol levofloxacin stanozolol chloral hydrate† levothyroxine streptokinase chlorpropamide liothyronine sulfamethizole cholestyramine† lovastatin sulfamethoxazole cimetidine mefenamic acid sulfinpyrazone ciprofloxacin methimazole† sulfisoxazole cisapride methyldopa sulindac clarithromycin methylphenidate tamoxifen clofibrate methylsalicylate ointment tetracycline COUMADIN overdose (topical) thyroid cyclophosphamide† metronidazole ticarcillin danazol miconazole ticlopidine dextran (intravaginal,systemic) tissue plasminogen dextrothyroxine moricizine hydrochloride† activator (t-PA) diazoxide nalidixic acid tolbutamide diclofenac naproxen tramadol dicumarol neomycin trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole diflunisal norfloxacin urokinase disulfiram ofloxacin valproate doxycycline olsalazine vitamin E erythromycin omeprazole zafirlukast ethacrynic acid oxaprozin zileuton fenofibrate oxymetholone fenoprofen paroxetine also: other medications affecting blood elements which may modify hemostasis dietary deficiencies prolonged hot weather unreliable PT/INR determinations † increased and decreased PT/INR responses have been reported. Specific Drugs Reported alcohol† COUMADIN underdosage phenytoin† aminoglutethimide cyclophosphamide† pravastatin† amobarbital dicloxacillin prednisone† atorvastatin† ethchlorvynol primidone azathioprine glutethimide propylthiouracil† butabarbital griseofulvin raloxifene butalbital haloperidol ranitidine† carbamazepine meprobamate rifampin chloral hydrate† 6-mercaptopurine secobarbital chlordiazepoxide methimazole† spironolactone chlorthalidone moricizine hydrochloride† sucralfate cholestyramine† nafcillin trazodone clozapine paraldehyde vitamin C (high dose) corticotropin pentobarbital vitamin K cortisone phenobarbital The most serious risks associated with anticoagulant therapy with warfarin sodium are hemorrhage in any tissue or organ and, less frequently (<0.1%), necrosis and/or gangrene of skin and other tissues. The risk of hemorrhage is related to the level of intensity and the duration of anticoagulant therapy. Hemorrhage and necrosis have in some cases been reported to result in death or permanent disability. Necrosis appears to be associated with local thrombosis and usually appears within a few days of the start of anticoagulant therapy. In severe cases of necrosis, treatment through debridement or amputation of the affected tissue, limb, breast or penis has been reported. Careful diagnosis is required to determine whether necrosis is caused by an underlying disease. Warfarin therapy should be discontinued when warfarin is suspected to be the cause of developing necrosis and heparin therapy may be considered for anticoagulation. Although various treatments have been attempted, no treatment for necrosis has been considered uniformly effective. See below for information on predisposing conditions. These and other risks associated with anticoagulant therapy must be weighed against the risk of thrombosis or embolization in untreated cases. ---- My question - wtf and I going to relace clozapine, ritalin with? What will happpen if I use an MAOI.. Could net the doctors so anything but ask what I'm on an MAOI for. Mescaline, 2c's, organic Tryps. Anyone got some real info that could save me from a darwin? This drug is known to cause jaundice, the green, and toues loss. I'm 60 years from being in the realm of this crud. I have people tell me it's a good thing because if you do play it right, and trust me, this is a very small window compound. Don't dring so that takes care of the one that does kill with this med. Alcohol increases the thining of the blood much more thern either alone. a rat poison kills by in kinda nasty way to me if I forgot and double dosed. I meen, the rats organs bleed away and they die in a pool of blood. Bonus, lowered my likelyhood of heart attack.