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chattyk posted:
Wanted to find out if anyone else is having side effects of generic plavix. Having dizziness, nose bleeds, and large lumps of blood under the skin--- where I have bled and its finally clotted. Never did this on brand plavix. far have not found anyone else on line with this issue. thanks
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First check with your pharmacists. It is possible that you got the wrong dosage or that it was mis marked.

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