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... Hi, I'm 25 and had a PE as well 6 months ago... They five you Heprin to help try to dissolve the blood clot, and Coumadin to keep the blood thin so prevent future clots, and to help the body naturally dissolve the clot on it's own.. ... (2 replies)
... i think it is either a blood clot in my left leg causing all of these symptoms or it is my back. ... (14 replies)
Blood Clot
Jul 7, 2013
... ck to square one. I am certain I am clotting again because my arm is getting more swollen and less mobility, but perhaps there's less concern now because I am on blood thinners? ... (4 replies)

Blood Clot
Jul 7, 2013
... Clots take weeks to months to resolve, so in a week, not much will change but the Lovenox will help keep the clot from building up, and it will eventually resorb and go away. I'm glad they could get you on the surgical schedule reasonably soon to take care of the TOS. ... (4 replies)
... recovery in the pelvic for blood flow. Find out from your doctor how much recovery you have in your leg. Exercise is the best thing for a DVT as it increases blood flow. I wear the compression stocking but not all the time. ... (6 replies)
... Guess this was quite awhile ago. Didn't notice the date until I went to respond. I have same size DVT (Jan 07). Not much improvement yet. How are you now? (33 replies)
... Hi im a twenty two year old who also developed DVT from birth control. I also know a girl that lives around me that developed one also. We both had the blood clotting factor and she has delt with it for about 4 or five year. Myself I have only been dealing with it for about 7 months. ... (33 replies)
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... I am 46 years old and had my first blood clot. It was 16 inches long. In my right leg from my knee up to my kidneys. I was bedridden in the hospital for a week and a half. Clot was to big to bust. ... (33 replies)
... happened while I was in the hospital. My blood clot did not travel, so I am thankful for that. Hope your recovery will be accomplished without residual effects. ... (9 replies)
... And the clot is perhaps now half gone, still just below the groin and up into the pelvis. ... (33 replies)
... i know that this post is a few days old but i figured i would reply anyway. I had my first clot when i was 14. ... (33 replies)
... And the clot is perhaps now half gone, still just below the groin and up into the pelvis. ... (33 replies)
... I had a DVT in my right leg about 3 years ago. Since my recovery I have noticed terrible cramping in the same calf. ... (6 replies)
... I am 21 one and have just been released from the hospital after having a huge blood clot removed. After a while they discovered I was missing my inferior vena cava. ... (1 replies)
... ealth authorities need to expand its screening to include younger people like yourself. So thanks, your story helps us do so. It was wonderful to read about your recovery and reminds me of my own recovery from open heart surgery. Happy holidays to you. ... (102 replies)
... and a valium. Part of it is a lazor thing and then below the knee I believe he will pull the vein out. I am freaked out. I just keep thinking what if I get a blood clot from having this done? ... (7 replies)
... nths post DVT left leg too, I ws on birth control pill to control very heavy periods for just 6 months, and also have found out that i have several factors in my blood that cause me to be a natural clotter so the two together just sent it over the edge and there is the clot. I too wonder about the breaking off of the clot.. ... (33 replies)
... drug, as the clot was too near my heart and they were concerned if it moved, i was in hospital for 7 days, i stayed on warfarin for six months. ... (2 replies)
... I just heard recently about the 3rd generation pills being bad and that they recommended the 2nd generation pills instead. I didn't suffer the consequenses that you the doctors expect you to have a full recovery? how long ago did this happen? In your situation, maybe you should talk to a lawyer...... (11 replies)

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