Buy Lovenox Injection (Enoxaparin)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeLovenox Injection30 mg$117.99
drug typeLovenox Injection40 mg/0.4 ml$111.99
drug typeLovenox Injection60 mg$177.99
drug typeLovenox Injection100 mg$247.99
drug typeLovenox Injection120 mg$324.99
drug typeLovenox Injection150 mg$431.99

Generic Equivalent of Lovenox Injection

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeEnoxaparin30 mg/0.3 ml$109.99
drug typeEnoxaparin40 mg/0.4 ml$144.99
drug typeEnoxaparin60 mg/0.6 ml$159.99
drug typeEnoxaparin80 mg/0.8 ml$199.99
drug typeEnoxaparin100 mg/1 ml$229.99
drug typeEnoxaparin120 mg/0.8 ml$68.99
drug typeEnoxaparin150 mg/1 ml$74.99

Lovenox Injection Information

How and Where to Buy Lovenox Online? offers you the convenience to buy Lovenox online at affordable prices with a valid prescription from your doctor. We also offer other anti-coagulant medications at reasonable prices. Canadian Pharmacy World delivers you the prescription and over the counter medications with free shipping and world class service. You can place the order online, by mail, by fax or toll-free over the telephone at 1866-485-7979.

How much does Lovenox cost?

The average retail price of brand Lovenox Injection 60 mg/10 syringes is around $528 according to, depending on the pharmacy you visit. Canadian Pharmacy World is offering brand Lovenox Injection 60 mg/10 syringes from Canada at just $177.99. We also offer brand Lovenox Injection 30 mg, 100 mg, 120 mg and 150 mg at reasonable prices. Please contact our customer service at toll-free 1-866-485-7979 for details.

Lovenox Injection 60 mg/10 syringes from Canada, as low as $177.99 per pack

Are There Alternative Names for the Brand Lovenox?

Brand Lovenox comes from Canada and New Zealand (Clexane) manufactured by Sanofi Aventis.

What Dosages and Forms is Lovenox available in?

The brand Lovenox Injection is available in the strength of 30 mg, 40 mg, 60 mg, 100 mg, 120 mg and 150 mg.

What is Lovenox used for?

Lovenox Injection (Enoxaparin) is used to prevent the formation of deep vein thrombosis (blood clots), which can occur as a complication of orthopedic surgery such as hip or knee surgery or of intra-abdominal (inside the body cavity below diaphragm which contains stomach, intestines, liver, and other organs) surgeries; to prevent the formation of deep vein thrombosis in medical patients who are at risk of thromboembolic (blockage of blood vessel by a blood clot) complications due to severely restricted mobility during acute illnesses (cardiac insufficiency [reduced ability of heart to pump blood], respiratory failure or severe chest infections); to treat the deep vein thrombosis with or without pulmonary embolism (blockage of blood vessel in the lungs); to treat the unstable angina and non-Q-wave myocardial infarction (death of a part of the heart muscle that does not involve full thickness of the heart wall), concurrently with acetylsalicylic acid (ASA); to treat the acute ST-segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI), a particular form of heart attack; to prevent clotting in the extra-corporeal circulation during hemodialysis. Lovenox is an anti-thrombotic drug. This means that Lovenox helps to prevent blood clots from forming in patients who have either undergone surgery or are suffering from a medical condition that limits their mobility. It can also treat existing blood clots in deep veins or in unstable coronary artery disease (Unstable Angina or non Q-wave Myocardial Infarction).

Lovenox is a prescription drug and must be used as directed. Usually it is administered as a subcutaneous injection, which means the injection is made just under the surface of the skin. For some conditions, Lovenox may be administered as an intravenous (IV) injection. Lovenox must not be administered by the intramuscular route. Your doctor may want you to continue your Lovenox injections at home for a few days. If so, he or a nurse will show you how to administer your Lovenox injections before you are released from hospital. It is essential that you follow these instructions exactly. The safety and effectiveness of Lovenox in children has not been established.

What Are The Possible Side Effects of Lovenox?

Some of the common side effects of Lovenox are loss of appetite, dark urine, light-colored stools, yellowing of the skin or eyes (jaundice); allergic reaction including signs such as skin rash, swelling of lips, face, throat and tongue, breathing difficulties and anaphylactic/anaphylactoid reactions including shock; risk of bone thinning (osteoporosis). Some patients may experience hair loss. Some serious side effects include bleeding or oozing from the surgical wound; any other bleeding episodes, for example, at the site of the injection, nosebleeds, blood in the urine or if you cough or throw up blood, or have bloody stools; bleeding gums while brushing teeth; spontaneous bruising (a bruise not caused by a blow or any apparent reason); purplish or reddish discolouration or pain around the injection site; skin discolouration as caused by ruptured blood vessels; pain or swelling in any part of your leg, foot or hip; dizziness; headache; rapid or unusual heart beat; chest pain or shortness of breath; vomiting; confusion; abdominal pain. These are not all the possible side effects of Lovenox. In case of any unexpected effect, consult your healthcare professional immediately.

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions for Lovenox?

Do not take Lovenox if you have:

• A known allergy to Lovenox or any of its constituents, including benzyl alcohol;
• A known allergy to any other low molecular weight heparins and/or heparin;
• Active bleeding;
• A major clotting disorder;
• A tendency to bleeding regardless of the reason;
• Bacterial endocarditis (bacterial infection inside of the heart);
• Cerebrovascular accident (except if there are systemic emboli);
• Eye problems due to diabetes (diabetic retinopathy) or hemorrhage (bleeding);
• Gastric or duodenal ulcer (defect of the internal walls of the stomach or small intestine);
• History (within the past 100 days) of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) (a blood clotting disorder caused by heparin);
• Injury or surgery on the brain, spinal cord, eyes and ears;
• Kidney problems;
• Liver problems;
• Other conditions or diseases involving an increased risk of bleeding;
• Severe uncontrolled hypertension (high blood pressure);
• Thrombocytopenia (a severe decrease in the number of platelets in the blood)

Before you start taking Lovenox, tell your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:

• Are pregnant or planning to get pregnant;
• Are breast-feeding ;
• A known allergy to lovenox or any of its constituents, or to other low molecular weight heparins and/or heparin;
• A history of heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (hit) (a blood clotting disorder caused by heparin);
• A major clotting disorder;
• A tendency to bleeding regardless of the reason;
• Bacterial endocarditis (bacterial infection inside of the heart);
• Eye problems due to diabetes or hemorrhage (bleeding);
• Gastric or duodenal ulcer (defect of the internal walls of the stomach or small intestine);
• Hypertension (high blood pressure);
• Injury or surgery (spinal surgery with spinal/epidural anesthesia) involving the central nervous system, eyes or ears, spinal defect (or deformity);
• Kidney problems;
• Liver problems;
• Prosthetic (artificial) heart valve, stroke (cerebrovascular accident);
• Thrombocytopenia (a severe decrease in the number of platelets in the blood).

Drug Interactions

Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal supplements. Lovenox should be used with caution in conjunction with other drugs that affect blood clotting. These agents include medication such as:
• Acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), salicylates, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (e.g. diclofenac, ibuprofen, ketorolac);
• Dextran, vitamin K antagonists, clopidogrel, ticlopidine and dipyridamole;
• Prednisolone.

Lovenox Storage and Safety Information

Store Lovenox at room temperature between 20 and 25°C. Protect from heat. Keep out of reach and sight of children.

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