I am due to stop my Warfarin therapy at the end of October/beginning of November and was told by my family doctor that you simply stop taking it, no step down dosing, etc. I see the hematologist in two weeks and he may say the same thing, but was just curious if this is how people normally go off Coumadin/Warfarin. Seems kind of abrupt to me, especially after months of getting checked, making sure you're within the righ levels, etc. So far with the genetic testing, no problems, although I know there are few tests that must be done after coming off Warfarin. Any comments are appreciated.
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