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Blood clots, blood clots :( by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven was that I had several blood clots in my legs. The CAT scan didn't show any clots in my lungs, but the ER doctor felt... out why I had the clots. They asked if I had recently been on long (5-7 hours) airplane flights in which I wasn't moving...
See a doctor immediately - or yesterday!   I was just told I have a blood clot on my left thigh... the blood clots. See a doctor ASAP!      ...
The Clot Wars – New Rivals to Warfarin as Blood Clot Preventer by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy in preventing stroke and systemic blood clots for patients who have an irregular heart rhythm disorder called...
Low Iron Levels In Blood Give Clue To Blood Clot Risk by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy People with low levels of iron in the blood have a higher risk of dangerous blood clots... potentially lethal blood clots. Each year, one in every 1,000 people in the UK is affected by deep vein...
A blood clot to the brain is usually a death notice. In the least, no matter how big the clot is, it's going to cause damage. You don't walk around with a blood clot anywhere. If it breaks loose
A blood clot to the brain is usually a death notice. In the least, no matter how big the clot is, it's going to cause damage. You don't walk around with a blood clot anywhere. If it breaks loose
yes- I am guessing that you would be put on blood thinners to prevent clotting and will be taken off of it abut 48 hours before a scheduled induction/c-section. Hope this answers your question
I dobut that there is a serious underlying medical issue in your case. If you are worried then I'd suggest requesting a phone consult with your physican and speak with them about your concerns
Not yet maybe the next time I go I'll mention it.  Thank you Sounds like a hematoma. Have you told your doctor about it?
Any concern with pain and clots really should be addressed to your physican as he/she is most familar with your medical history.

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