Warfarin is the general chemical name of a medication, and Coumadin is a trademarked brand formulation of warfarin. This medication is sometimes called a “blood thinner” because it thins the blood to help prevent clots from forming.
- Q What if I cannot remember if I gave my child his dose of warfarin?
- Q Should I avoid leafy green vegetables when taking warfarin (Coumadin)?
- Q Do I need to take warfarin with food?
- Q Is it safe for me to breastfeed while taking warfarin?
- Q Can I drink wine with dinner if I'm taking warfarin?
- Q If I forget to take my warfarin on Monday, can I take two pills on Tuesday?