the second one, in comparison to the first, read here:
3 mg (blue), 5 mg (pink) and 1 mg (brown) warfarin tablets (UK colours) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)https://www.pradaxa.com/what-is-pradaxa/pradaxa-vs-warfarin.html
It is obvious which one is more convenient, but also the unsafest.....!
Generic regular strength enteric coated 325mg aspirin tablets, distributed by Target Corporation. The orange tablets are imprinted in black with "L429". (Photo credit: Wikipedia)Of course, every body knows this one, which I don't take except in a very weak form it's good for heart patients but bad for the stomach....My own father, cardiac also, took a stronger form of Aspirin, at the time one of the few medecines available, had all sorts of ulcer (stomach) problems, and finally died from internal bleeding the Doctors were incapable of stopping. I guess I'll have to talk it all over with my doctor on the 29th - monthly blood tests or not, also the problem of availability, I don't want to have to go 50km's to and from the Hospital to get whatever.....!
In any case, there won't be a long time to pass until my 6 monthly check up on the defibrillator and checking the small rupture/swelling I have on the Aorta....and - hopefully only a day's bad meals if at all....!