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LMWX 20 MG / 0.2ML 1 Vial


Brand Name:  LMWX

Name:    Enoxaparin

Strength:  20 mg

Pills per order:   0.2 ml 

Production Company:  Abbott 

Used for:   blood thinners or anticoagulants; used to help prevent and treat harmful blood clots.

Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2ml

Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml belongs to the blood thinners or anticoagulants class of drugs. It aids in the prevention and treatment of dangerous blood clots. It comes in the form of an injection that a doctor or nurse administers beneath the skin. It does not go into the muscle. Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml prevents existing clots from becoming larger and prevents the creation of new clots. Blood clots can form in the veins and arteries of the lungs, a condition known as (deep vein thrombosis or DVT) (Pulmonary embolism). Avoid doing anything that enhance the risk of bleeding or damage if you’re taking this Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml. Bleeding can be dangerous, so be on the lookout for symptoms and consult your doctor.

Prolonged bleeding, soreness, or discomfort at the injection site, dark urine, disorientation, and changes in eyesight are the most typical side effects of this Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml. Bleeding can be indicated by a severe headache or stomach ache. In this situation, contact your doctor right away.

If you have any pre-existing medical issues, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or a recent beginning of stroke, tell your doctor before using this Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml. This is to guarantee that the Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml is safe to use. If you are currently bleeding, do not take this. Before using this Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml, pregnant women and breastfeeding moms should seek medical advice. While using this Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml, drinking alcoholic beverages can increase the risk of bleeding. As a result, abstain from consuming alcoholic beverages.

Treatment and prevention of blood clots with Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml

Medicinal Advantages

Injection of Lmwx 20 mg 0.2 ml is used to treat and prevent new blood clots. Injection of Lmwx 20 mg The 0.2 ml injection prevents the formation of new blood clots as well as the growth of existing ones. Injection of Lmwx 20 mg 0.2 ml acts by inhibiting a protein involved in blood clotting in the body. As a result, it promotes a steady flow of blood throughout the body. Clots in your lungs (pulmonary embolism), brain (stroke), heart (heart attack), or other blood arteries can also cause harm (thrombosis). It can also be used to prevent blood clots in persons who have had surgery to replace a knee or hip joint, for example. It prevents clots from growing larger, but it does not assist dissolve blood clots. It prevents clots from breaking apart and spreading to other parts of the body.

Use Instructions

This Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml should not be self-administered. Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml will be injected beneath the skin by your doctor or nurse. Please contact your doctor if you have any renal or liver problems before using Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml so that the dose can be adjusted appropriately. Regular blood tests are recommended for the elderly to monitor the effects of Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml medication.

Store in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight.

Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml Side Effects

Lmwx 20 mg Injection 0.2 ml, like other drugs, can have negative effects. These negative effects, however, are very transitory and will go away after some time. The majority of adverse effects, such as nausea, diarrhea, headache, increased blood platelets, and increased liver enzymes, as well as feeling light-headed and having cold hands and feet, do not require medical treatment. If you find blood in your vomit, urine, or stools, call your doctor. Also, if you notice purple or red blotches on your skin, tell your doctor.

Drug Recommendations

In situations where there is a higher risk of bleeding, use Enoxaparin with caution. All patients using Enoxaparin should have their blood coagulation tests, such as platelet count and hematocrit, monitored. Patients should inform their doctors if they are currently taking Enoxaparin before having any surgery.

Interactions Between Drugs

Interactions between drugs: Enoxaparin may interact with pain relievers (aspirin, ibuprofen), a myocardial infarction treatment (alteplase), and anticoagulant or blood thinner drugs (heparin, warfarin, rivaroxaban).

Alcohol and Enoxaparin Interaction: Enoxaparin has the potential to interact with alcohol. Ginkgo biloba, fish oil, garlic, ginseng, and ginger are all herbal supplements that may diminish the effectiveness of Enoxaparin.

Patients with bleeding problems, liver disease, hypertensive retinopathy, diabetic retinopathy, bacterial endocarditis (infection caused by bacteria that enter the bloodstream and settle in the heart lining, a heart valve, or a blood vessel), hypertension, renal dysfunction, thrombocytopenia (abnormally low platelet levels), prematurity/underweight in infancy, and hypertension should use with caution.

Safety Suggestions


Alcohol use should be limited because it can increase the risk of bleeding.


If you are pregnant or attempting to become pregnant, talk to your doctor about the risks and advantages of using Enoxaparin.


There is no information on whether Enoxaparin poses any serious dangers to the infant. If you’re breastfeeding, get in touch with your doctor.


It has no bearing on your ability to drive.


Before taking Enoxaparin, tell your doctor if you have a history of liver illness or problems.


Before taking Enoxaparin, tell your doctor if you have a history of renal illness or problems.

No habit formation

Advice on Diet and Lifestyle

Enoxaparin medication has reported to be effective when combined with a low-cholesterol diet and frequent exercise.

For a rapid recovery, it is recommended that you avoid alcohol and junk food from outside sources, stick to a freshly made home-cooked meal, and get enough of rest.

Also, replacing most of your saturated fats with unsaturated fats will lower total and LDL cholesterol in a short period of time.

Avocados, olive oil, fatty salmon, and almonds are high in heart-healthy unsaturated fats, thus eating them on a daily basis is good.

Enoxaparin may lower vitamin K levels in your body, therefore avoid foods high in vitamin K (liver, leafy green vegetables, or vegetable oils).

Alcohol use raises the risk of stomach ulcers and bleeding.

Enoxaparin may interact with cranberry juice, grapefruit juice, noni juice, and pomegranate juice, causing unpleasant side effects. As a result, while using Enoxaparin, try to stay away from these liquids.


While taking Enoxaparin, regular blood tests are recommended to check prothrombin, platelets, and coagulation time.

Additional Information: This item is non-refundable.

Concerns of Patients

A blood clot can form in any part of the body, resulting in a heart attack, stroke, or organ damage (even coma or death). Blood clots can form in the arteries and veins of your brain, kidneys, heart, lungs, and limbs. Excessive blood clotting in the brain and heart can be caused by conditions such as atherosclerosis, diabetes, heart failure, irregular heartbeat (arrhythmia), and obesity/overweight. A blood clot in your limbs can be caused by deep vein thrombosis (blood clot in veins), peripheral arterial disease (narrowed arteries owing to fat deposit or blood clot), and atherosclerosis (fat buildup on the walls of the arteries).

Deep vein thrombosis (blood clots in the legs) is a medical disorder that occurs when blood clots form in the deep veins of the legs. Leg pain or edema are common symptoms.

Pulmonary embolism (blood clots in the lungs) is a chronic illness that arises when blood clots in the legs or other parts of the body burst and travel to the lungs. Cough, chest pain, and shortness of breath are all symptoms of pulmonary embolism.


This Enoxaparin should not be taken with pig products since it raises the risk of bleeding and produces an allergic reaction.

The dosage of enoxaparin is determined by your age and weight. If you have a low body weight, you are at a higher risk of bleeding, thus your doctor will prescribe minimal doses. You may be closely monitored for signs of clotting.

If you have a stomach ulcer, do not take this Enoxaparin. Before using, please tell your doctor about your condition.

Enoxaparin has the potential to cause bleeding. Please notify your doctor right away if you detect purple spots on your skin or unusual bruising, blood in your urine, black tarry stools, or unusual bleeding from your gums or nose, as these are indicators of bleeding more easily.

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