The half life of amioderone is very long (25-100 days!) Plus, it is bound to your proteins in your blood which is why it takes so long to eliminate. However, once you stop taking it it will eventually leave your body.
Also, I see that you are taking warfarin. Amioderone decreases the metabolism of warfarin (meaning you have to take less warfarin for the desired effect) so if you stop taking amioderone, over the next 25-100 days you will likely need to have your INR checked frequently, and may need an increase in your dose of warfarin to prevent you from getting a clot.
If you haven't had your INR taken since you stopped, you need to get it drawn ASAP.
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