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Get a Canadian Pharmacy Xarelto Coupon with Your 1st Order
Lower Xarelto Prices Are Possible Without Sacrificing Quality or Safety.
If your doctor prescribed the oral anticoagulation drug Xarelto to prevent the formation of blood clots, pulmonary embolism (PE), deep vein thrombosis (DVT), or stroke, you know all about the important life-saving nature of this drug.
The problem is, Xarelto prices, even Xarelto generic versions' prices, are consistently going up, similar to many other prescription medications, especially if you live in the United States. Even with a discount drug card, the cost for a 90-day supply of a 20mg Xarelto prescription without insurance will cost you roughly $15.68 per dose and $1,411.59 USD total.
However, Xarelto prices are roughly 80% lower here in Canada than that astronomical figure in the states. By filling your prescription with PricePro Pharmacy, you would only pay $449 USD, or $4.98 per dose, for a 90-day supply of Xarelto; a huge discount of almost $1,000! Not only that, first time purchasers are also eligible for our exclusive Xarelto coupon.
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Even though the Xarelto price in Canada is already 70% lower than what you’d pay at your local US pharmacy, first-time customers can take advantage of a coupon to instantly lower the price of their first order for an even greater discount.
If this is your first time shopping with PricePro Pharmacy, simply add this coupon to your first order over $50 and you’ll receive a discount. This one-time-use-only coupon code is only available when ordering from our online Canadian pharmacy, and it cannot be combined with other coupon codes. Consider it your low-cost way to test the process of ordering prescriptions online for the first time.
The next question that usually comes up from first-time customers is:
How Are You Able to Get Such Low Xarelto Prices?
As discussed in this guide, we have what’s known as universal healthcare here in Canada. This means our federal government closely monitors prescription prices to ensure they stay within a realistic and affordable range.
If a drug manufacturer proposes a price for medications the Canadian government deems too high, it won’t be approved for sale.
It’s this federal system that keeps the costs of prescriptions, including Xarelto prices, anywhere from 70-90% off those in the US (in some cases).
Despite these low prices, there is no difference in the quality of our brand-name prescription medications, many of which come directly from the same manufacturers.
Since you can access these discounted prices even as a US citizen, it’s up to you to find a reputable and trustworthy online pharmacy to order from.
By choosing PricePro Pharmacy, you can fill up to a 90-day supply of Xarelto and have it shipped right to your door for the flat rate shipping fee of just $9.95 USD.
As long as you have a valid Xarelto prescription from your doctor, you should be able to transfer it over without hassle or headache. It’s as simple as changing your pharmacy from your local store to ours here in Canada.
To do that, visit this page to order your next prescription with us before overpaying for your next Xarelto order.
And if you’d like to learn more about this prescription medication, aside from just the information about Xarelto pricing, the rest of this page answers questions about dosage, side effects, how to best take this medicine, and more.
Xarelto (Rivaroxaban) Dosage and Side Effects FAQ
What is Xarelto used for?
- Xarelto is used to prevent blood clots in your brain and other blood vessels in those who have atrial fibrillation. Atrial fibrillation is form of irregular heart rhythm which can cause blood clots to develop and increase the risk of suffering from a stroke. It is also used to prevent blood clots after major surgery such as knee or hip surgery. Blood clots are dangerous as they travel to lungs and could pose a serious risk.
How does Xarelto work?
- Xarelto is an anticoagulant medication. It works by preventing blood clots from forming by directly blocking Factor-Xa, which is a clotting factor in the body.
What the common Xarelto side effects?
- Since Xarelto effects the clotting factors in the body, the common side effects are linked to signs of bruising or bleeding.
How do you take Xarelto?
- You should try to take the tablet at the same time daily as a good reminder to ensure you don't miss a dose. The tablet should be swallowed with water.
What is the Xarelto Dosage?
- When you take Xarelto to prevent blood clots following major hip or knee surgery, the usual dose is 10mg once daily. Often the first dose is taken 6-10 hours following the surgery and continued till your doctor has prescribed you to stop the medication. For those that require Xarelto following major knee surgery, you typically require to continue Xarelto for 14 days and for those following major hip surgery would continue therapy for 35 days. For patients who have atrial fibrillation and are prescribed Xarelto, the usual dose is 20mg once a day. If there any issues concerning your kidneys then the doctor would typically prescribe a lower 15mg dose daily. When treating and preventing blood clots in the lungs or legs then Xarelto is taken in treatment cycles. On Day 1 to 21: 15mg dose is taken twice daily and then on Day 22 and continuing would be 20mg once a day as directed by your doctor. The maximum recommended daily dosage is 20mg.
What is the Xarelto Starter Pack?
- Xarelto Starter Pack is used when treating a blood clot in the veins of your legs or lungs. The Starter Pack is for initial 28 days of the treatment which includes both Xarelto 15mg and Xarelto 20mg tablets.
Can you take Xarelto with food?
- Xarelto 10mg can be taken with or without food, while Xarelto 15mg and 20mg should be taken with food.
Xarelto vs Eliquis - how are they different?
- Both Xarelto and Eliquis are anticoagulants. They both work to inhibit Factor-Xa, which prevents blood clots from forming. Xarelto is taken in most cases once daily while Eliquis is taken twice daily.
Xarelto vs Warfarin - how are they different?
- Both Xarelto and Warfarin are anticoagulants. They work differently in the body as Xarelto blocks Factor Xa while Warfarin stops the production of vitamin k clotting factors. There are other significant differences between these two medications. Warfarin requires regular bloodwork monitoring while Xarelto does not. Also there are dietary restrictions with Warfarin while with Xarelto there are no diet restrictions.
Is a Xarelto coupon available?
- PricePro Pharmacy offers even more discounts on the low Xarelto price with a Xarelto Coupon. Look on our Rx Coupons page for more details.
Warnings and Precautions
Do not stop taking your medication unless prescribed by your physician. If you stop taking Xarelto (Rivaroxaban), there is an increased risk of forming blood clots, leading to stroke or other medical complications.
Consult with your doctor before taking Xarelto (Rivaroxaban), if you have a higher risk for bleeding due to the following conditions:
- Aged 75 years or older
- A history of blooding in your lungs, scarring or widening of the airways in your lungs due to a chronic lung disorder
- Recent brain, eye or spinal column operations
- Brain or spinal column blood vessel problems
- Recent bleeding of the brain; including stroke, intracranial or intra cerebral bleeding
- Retinopathy; a problem with the blood vessels at the back of your eyes
- Active or recent ulcers
- High blood pressure not treated
- Bleeding disorders
Xarelto (Rivaroxaban) is not right for you, if the following apply:
- An emergency blood clot removal surgery has been scheduled
- You are already taking medications to break down blood clots
- Your blood pressure is not maintaining adequate levels
Before taking Xarelto (Rivaroxaban), contact your physician if you experience the following:
- You experience weakness or numbness of your legs following the completion of anesthesia
- You are having surgery of any kind and it involves an injection into your spinal column or a catheter:
- Xarelto (Rivaroxaban) must be taken at the exact times as directed by your doctor following the removal of a catheter or after an injection
Do not take Xarelto (Rivaroxaban), if your physician has told diagnosed you with the following rare hereditary diseases:
- An intolerance for galactose
- Glucose-galactose malabsorption
- Lapp lactase deficiency
Xarelto (Rivaroxaban) is not recommended for patients with the following conditions:
- Severe kidney disease
- Artificial heart valve
- Children younger than 18 years old
Tell your doctor immediately if you become pregnant while taking Xarelto (Rivaroxaban). Limit your chance of becoming pregnant while taking Xarelto (Rivaroxaban).
Interactions with this Medication
To avoid interactions with Xarelto (Rivaroxaban), tell your pharmacist or doctor if you are taking the following medications:
- Anticonvulsants (phenytoin, carbamazepine, phenobarbital
- Antibiotics (clarithromycin)
- Anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving medications (NSAIDs, like naproxen [NAPROSYN] or acetylsalicylic acid [ASPIRIN])
- HIV medications (ritonavir [NORVIR] and lopinavir/ritonavir [KALETRA]
- Oral fungal medications (itraconazole, ketoconazole, posaconazole)
- Anticoagulants (warfarin, heparin or low molecular weight heparin; including bivalirudin, enoxaparin, apixaban, fondaparinux, dabigatran
- Antiplatelet agents (ticlopidine, ticagrelor, clopidogrel, prasugrel)
Taking Xarelto (Rivaroxaban) with antiplatelet agents and NSAIDs increase your risk for bleeding. It is not recommended to use Xarelto (Rivaroxaban) with ticagrelor or prasugrel.
Tell your physician or pharmacist about the medications you are currently taking to avoid interactions with Xarelto (Rivaroxaban). That includes telling your doctor or pharmacist about over-the-counter medications and even herbal supplements (St. John’s Wort) and vitamins.
The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.