If I have had an open heart surgery, how long should I take Warfarin for?
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It depends upon the cause for which the surgery is being done, and what open heart surgery is being done.
And if you have any indication for long-term anticoagulation like atrial fibrillation (abnormal heartbeat).
I can provide you more insights only after knowing the complete details.
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