So nobody knows? How are we with occasional Afib to know how to best manage our blood clot concerns?
So I Called to Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc, maker of Xarelto: my question:
HOW FAST TO WORK? Answer: "Time is short."
I asked if she realized that "short" is a very relative term and means different things to different people! She apologized for the answer but that is it.
I was told if a doctor calls in and asks this question he/she is sent to a "Health care provider line, which has more answers!".
WHAT???? I let her know homy don't play that game…
I asked if this young lady worked for Janssen, the manufacturer of Xarelto, and she said yes. I asked if there might be any employee there who might answer this simple question, and she went in search of such a person…
She said there are charts that maybe a scientist might be able to decipher and then answer my question… But if you wait longer, I will search more and see if anyone here can decode these charts and pictures and tell us…
page 28 of 58: 2-4 hours after tablet intake = max concentration. Took nearly 30 minutes on phone but got it.
58 page doc being emailed to me… This nice young lady got the answer! I will share if that is appropriate or allowed?
NOW: what do we with Afib do with this info?
NEXT question obviously is: IF I begin an AFIB attack, how long before a clot might develop from it??