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You can only order Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml from YouDrugstore if you have a prescription for it. If your doctor has already given you a prescription, you can buy Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml from YouDrugstore simply by registering a free account and then sending us your prescription. YouDrugstore is an online Canadian pharmacy, which means when you purchase Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml from us you pay what they pay in Canada. After we have received all of the necessary information from you our staff of professional pharmacy technicians and physicians will review your order. Ask your doctor to fax us your prescription directly from their office for added convenience. Lovenox is a medication that is injected to prevent deep vein thrombosis. For more information on deep vein thrombosis and Lovenox, read below.
You have received a prescription for Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml from your doctor to prevent deep vein thrombosis most likely due to a recent or upcoming surgery. Deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, is when a blood clot forms in your circulatory system. This poses a high risk for pulmonary embolism, which is when a blood clot breaks free, travels through your circulatory system, and blocks a main artery in your lungs. You should not use Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml if you have a gastric ulcer, severely high blood pressure, eye problems due to diabetes, kidney or liver disease, a history of bleeding complications, active or unexplained bleeding, heart trouble, any other conditions or diseases that increase your risk of bleeding, or a brain injury. Never use Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml if you are allergic to it or any of the ingredients listed on the package.
The active ingredient in Lovenox is a generic drug called enoxaparin. This drug is a powerful anticoagulant. That means that Lovenox shuts down your blood's ability to clot. This also explains why you should not use Lovenox if you are already bleeding or have a condition that could increase the possibility of you bleeding – because you will not be able to stop bleeding while you are using Lovenox. This is how Lovenox Injection helps protect you from DVT, by preventing blood clots from forming in your circulatory system while your body recovers from surgery. If you already have a prescription for it, order Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml online from YouDrugstore and protect yourself from deep vein thrombosis while you recover from your surgery.
As with all medications, there are unwanted side effects associated with using Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml. Fortunately, most people do not experience any side effects while using this drug; however, most side effects are considered either serious or an emergency. That being said, if you experience any bleeding or oozing from your surgical wound, skin discoloration, sudden and severe headache, faintness or dizziness, pain or swelling in your legs or arms, unexplained bruising or bleeding, unusual or rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, chest pain, confusion, vomiting, bloody stool, or abdominal pain you must seek immediate medical attention. If you have any questions or concerns about using Lovenox speak to your doctor.
Generally, your doctor or nurse will administer your doses for you while you are at the hospital. However, if you are sent home and asked to self-administer Lovenox, your doctor or nurse will explain exactly how to do it. Lovenox Injections are typically used once a day for a number of days, depending on your body and your surgery or condition. Lovenox can be a dangerous medication, but is safe when used properly. Thus, always follow your doctor's instructions explicitly when self-administering Lovenox Injection 80 mg/0.8 ml. If you have any questions about how or when to use Lovenox call your doctor right away.