|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 0.33||US$ 20.0057%US$ 46.80||
|120 Tablet/s||US$ 0.33||US$ 40.0057%US$ 93.60||
|US Brand Name||Xarelto|
|Manufacturer||BDR Pharmaceuticals Int. Pvt. Ltd.|
|Marketed By||Natco Pharma|
Rpigat 2.5 mg treats and prevents blood clots, and this drug is known as a blood thinner (anticoagulant) medicine. Although Rpigat does not dissolve blood clots, doctors prescribe it to prevent them from getting larger so your body can dissolve them over time. Rpigat also helps to prevent new blood clots from forming.
Rivaroxaban is the active ingredient of Rpigat that blocks the body substance involved in blood clotting. Rivaroxaban allows blood to flow freely in your body and reduces the chances of developing a clot inside the blood vessel.
Rpigat tablet prevents and reduces damage in your blood vessels or lungs caused by stroke or clots. It can also make it less likely that part of a clot will break off and travel to other body parts. A patient should take this regularly as prescribed and incorporate the required lifestyle changes to help Rpigat be effective.
Rpigat is a prescription medication and should be taken in the dose and duration as advised by the doctor. Swallow this pill with a glass of water; do not chew, crush, or break the pill. This medicine can be taken before or after having food. Taking medicine at a fixed time is always best to avoid missing the dose.
Consuming grapefruit and grapefruit juice is not recommended while on Rpigat because the compounds contained by grapefruit slow down the metabolism of Rpigat and increase the activity that leads to bleeding. Also, if you are on other blood thinner medication like warfarin, you should refrain from taking any food that promotes the activity of vitamin K or increases blood clotting. Such food items may include mustard greens, brussels, asparagus, spinach, green tea, and broccoli. However, these food items are not restricted to Rpigat 2.5 mg. Caution is advised when consuming alcohol with Rivaroxaban tablets.
Patients with liver and kidney disease should avoid taking Rpigat. Double-check for the dosage when you are advised to take this medicine, as dosage adjustment may be required if you are on other medicines. Rivaroxaban should not be taken by patients who have severe kidney disorders. Never stop the treatment or dose alteration in between without consulting a doctor, as this can lead to the risk of having a stroke, heart attack, or formation of blood clots within blood vessels.
The commonly associated side effects of using Rpigat generally do not require medical attention, and they resolve as your body adjusts to this medicine. Inform your doctor if any side effects persist longer than 2-3 days or if you are concerned about any side effects. Bruise, nausea, anaemia, blood in urine, nosebleeds, and hematoma are some commonly reported side effects of this medicine.