Fatigue effect of Clopidogrel

We have 39 consumer reports for Clopidogrel. Fatigue effect occurred in 21%.

Patients statistics on Fatigue side effect for Clopidogrel


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Clopidogrel Circle Diagram 8 consumers of 39 reported about Fatigue

  1. Betty A. Cyr says:
    4.0 rating

    I am 31 years old and have taken clopidogrel as a thrombophilia prophylaxis for 6 years. About a year ago, dizziness and fatigue and increased indirect bilirubin first appeared. Then I had to discontinue it for 6 months because of newly diagnosed celiac disease. Dizziness and exhaustion were gone after a short time. Now I take it for 3 weeks again and I’m feeling bad. I have dizziness, fatigue and a slow pulse. On the second day of taking my legs were overlooked by bruises. Clopidogrel now discontinued because it takes me the quality of life. The side effects are definitely downplayed.

    Side effects: Dizziness; Fatigue
  2. Douglas D. Hewitt says:
    3.0 rating

    Clopidogrel for Heart attack

    Now the medications for the heart attack are so far all compatible. Have no complaints. The other two drugs, I can still judge ned, because I took them only 4 days. To Doxepin, all I can say is that I’m getting tired of it. But let’s wait for the next days.

    Side effects: Fatigue
  3. Bob S. Berger says:
    4.0 rating

    After stanching, I had to take clopidogrel for 12 months. In addition to fatigue, dizziness, mild nausea (preferably in the morning) and tiredness, I also had regular blood in the stool. Since a colonoscopy showed no findings, the bleeding is most likely due to clopidogrel. Especially since I have taken ASS100 in parallel, which increases the likelihood of gastrointestinal bleeding. After scheduled discontinuation of the drug, the bleeding has not occurred after three to four weeks. Regardless, my stent is well healed and I accept the side effects retroactively.

    Side effects: Nausea; Dizziness; Fatigue
  4. Tracy H. Maloy says:
    3.5 rating

    Clopidogrel for Stroke

    Hello I take Iscover or the drug Clopidogrel since 2006 after my 2nd stroke (discontinued because of pregnancy 07/08 and switched to advise the doctor on Ass100) until I started taking clopidogrel again after the SS in January 2009. Now I have always tolerated it well, the drug I thought so far but there are always mood swings and aggressiveness in addition to side effects are felt as fatigue, fatigue. When lightly sipping, I get a nosebleed or let alone nose clean what then runs and runs, yes it knows a blood thinner but so? I also get bruising / big hematomas very often. Does anyone have to fight with it just like me?

    Side effects: Fatigue