I have been on Eliquis for five months.
I am 71 and have been taking Eliquis since June of this year (five months). The only side effect I have is the $150 a month I have to pay when I am in the coverage gap.
Long live our NHS!
Amen to that
makes me realise how lucky we are
...and long live medicare in Australia and thank you infrastructure.. Musetta
I agree re the NHS - but we have all paid loads of tax over the years to finance it and as I'm still working Im still paying! In fact as I run my own small business tax burden only increases. I'm not complaining but nothing is free and we have collectively paid for the NHS which is why it is frustrating when it let's us down from time to time. Heather
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