Would taking a blood thinner like warfarin cause other drugs to take longer to work, or increase their onset time? If someone accidently took haloperidol, how long would it take before side affects to appear? Could a patient who takes blood thinners be negatively impacted by haloperidol? How?
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Drug InteractionsWould taking a blood thinner like warfarin cause other drugs to take longer to work, or increase their onset time? If someone accidently took haloperidol, how long would it take before side affects to appear? Could a patient who takes blood thinners be negatively impacted by haloperidol? How?
Report This| Share this:Drug InteractionsHi Anon,<br /><br />For information about drug interactions please see our <a href="http://forums.webmd.com/3/welcome-exchange/forum/4229">Drugs and Medications Center</a> . <br /><br />Please contact your pharmacist to answer these very specific questions. It is important to take into consideration all medications you are taking and your medical history.<br /><br />For future or general questions, please see our <a href="http://women.webmd.com/pharmacist-11/default.htm">Ask the Pharmacist</a> .<br /><br />Hope this is helpful,<br />Elizabeth
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