Aceno 2mg Tablet 10'S

Blood Clot Rx required

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What is ACENO?

  • ACENO belongs to a group of medicines called anticoagulants which is a blood thinning medicines
Therapeutic Uses
Warning & Precautions
Directions & For Use
Side Effects
More Information

What ACENO is used for?

  • ACENO is used to treat and prevent blood clots blocking the blood vessels e.g. deep vein thrombosis (DVT)
  • ACENO does not dissolve blood clots that have already formed but it may stop the clots from becoming larger and causing more serious problems

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Pregnancy & Breast Feeding

Children & Adolescents

Driving & Using Machines

Talk to your doctor before taking ACENO, if you:

  • are allergic (hypersensitive) to acenocoumarol or any other medicines
  • have any mental illness for example, schizophrenia or dementia
  • have or had an operation on your spine, brain, eyes or any major surgery
  • have had a stroke caused by bleeding into your brain
  • suffer from very high blood pressure
  • have a stomach ulcer or any intestinal bleeding
  • pass blood in your water or cough up blood
  • suffer from any bleeding disorders, bleeding problems or unexplained bruising
  • have pericarditis or endocarditis.
  • have severe liver or kidney disease
  • have cancer
  • have an infection or inflammation (swelling)
  • have a disorder affecting the absorption of food from the stomach and/or intestine
  • have heart failure
  • have an overactive thyroid
  • suffer from a blood disorder such as protein C or protein S deficiency
  • Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or trying to become pregnant. Your doctor will discuss with you the potential risk of taking ACENO during pregnancy
  • Do not take ACENO if you are pregnant. ACENO, like other anticoagulants can cause serious harm to your baby


  • Experience with ACENO in children and adolescents is limited and so these patients need more frequent check-ups
  • ACENO has no influence on the ability to drive or use machines

Tell your doctor if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines, including medicines obtained without prescription

  • heparin or other anticoagulants to thin the blood in the treatment of deep vein thrombosis, blood clots or after surgery
  • antibiotics (e.g. clindamycin)
  • Salicylic acid and related substances (e.g. Acetyl salicylic acid, aminosalicylic acid, diflunisal) medicine used against pain
  • Anabolic steroids - used as replacement therapy androgens such as testosterone and mesterolone - used as replacement therapy.
  • Corticosteroids such as prednisolone and methylprednisolone - steroids used to treat inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis and certain skin conditions.
  • anti-arrhythmic agents such as amiodarone and quinidine - medicines for an irregular heartbeat
  • disulfiram - for alcohol dependence
  • etacrynic acid or thiazide diuretics (“water tablets”) such as Bendroflumethiazide or metolazone - for water retention or high blood pressure
  • tramadol - a strong pain killer
  • tamoxifen - for breast cancer and fertility
  • azathioprine - for organ transplantation, chronic inflammatory and autoimmune diseases
  • Proton pump inhibitors (e.g. omeprazole)
  • sulphonylureas such as tolbutamide, chlorpropamide and glibenclamide - oral medicines for diabetes
  • plasminogen activators (e.g. urokinase; streptokinase and alteplase, thrombin inhibitors (e.g. argatroben) - medicines used to breakdown blood clots during heart stroke
  • statins and other lipid lowering drugs such as fenofibrate, simvastatin or colestyramine - used to lower blood cholesterol levels
  • Prokinetic agents (e.g. cisapride) - medicines used against HIV disease antacids (e.g. magnesium hydroxide) and viloxazine - medicine used against stomach acidity.
  • antineoplastics such as mercaptopurine and 5-fluorouracil - for breast, gastrointestinal and skin cancer
  • H2-agonists such as cimetidine or ranitidine - used to treat stomach or intestinal ulcers
  • amino glutethimide - used to treat cancer or Cushing’s syndrome
  • protease inhibitors such as ritonavir or indinavir - used to treat HIV
  • barbiturates such as sodium amytal or Phenobarbital and carbamazepine - for epilepsy or to help you sleep
  • oral contraceptives such as Femodene, Logynon and Cilest - for birth control
  • rifampicin - medicine used against infection
  • Always take ACENO exactly as your doctor has told you to
  • ACENO should be taken as a single dose at the same time every day. Swallow your tablets whole with a drink of water
  • Your doctor will decide on your dose by doing regular blood tests during treatment with ACENO
  • You should not receive any injections into your muscles whilst you are taking ACENO
  • If you need any injections into your spine or as part of a scan or X-ray test or if you need minor surgery, including dental surgery, make sure you discuss your treatment with your doctor first
  • The usual starting dose is between 2 mg/day to 4 mg/day without administration of a loading dose. Treatment can be started with a loading dose regimen, usually 6 mg on the first day followed by 4 mg on the second day.
  • Elderly patients, patients with liver disease or severe heart failure or malnourished patients may need lower doses


If you take more ACENO

  • If you accidentally take too many tablets, or someone else takes any of your medicine, you should tell your doctor immediately or contact the nearest accident and emergency department

If you forget to take ACENO

  • Do not worry. If you forget to take a dose, take it as soon as possible, unless it is almost time to take the next dose. Do not take a double dose. Then go on as before.

If you stop taking ACENO

  • Do not stop using ACENO unless your doctor advice to do so
Very Rare

Like all medicines, ACENO can cause side effects, although not everyone gets them


  • unusual bleeding such as bleeding from the gums, unexplained bruising or nosebleeds
  • heavy periods
  • heavy bleeding from cuts or wounds


  • allergic reaction in the form of skin rash, or itching
  • skin rashes
  • itching
  • unexplained fever
  • loss of appetite
  • feeling or being sick
  • unusual hair loss
  • bruising with blistering of the skin with or without scars, usually in areas of thighs, buttocks, abdomen, breast or sometimes in the toes
  • bruising or bleeding under the skin (possible sign of vasculitis)
  • jaundice (possible signs of liver injury)
Additional Information

Taking with food and drink

  • Be careful when drinking alcohol as it may affect how ACENO thins your blood
  • You should avoid drinking cranberry juice or taking other cranberry products, such as capsules or concentrates as this could mean you do not receive the correct amount of acenocoumarol


  • Keep out of reach of children
  • Do not take ACENO after the expiry date
  • Store at room temperature 15ºC to 25ºC
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