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... the 'thickness" of anyones 'normal' blood should be pretty consistant thruout the whole entire body since it all circulates many many many times a day thruout the entire system. ... (2 replies)
... I had that problem for some time. Recently the cause was isolated... polycythemia rubra vera. I'd suggest that you keep an eye on it by regular blood testing specifically targeting red blood counts and hemicrit. My doc missed the symptoms for a long time. ... (8 replies)
... Thick blood, too many red blood cells, can cause that problem. The cells clump together stops the flow or clogs the needle. ... (8 replies)

Blood work
Dec 3, 2011
... type of venous blood vessels too kinda thing? ... (2 replies)
... which she said my blood is too thick.when I asked what caused it she said she didn't know,and to find out would have to get more tests done or maybe have some blood taken out at a blood bank..is 16.8 high enough to worry about? ... (1 replies)
... It means that your body produces too many red blood cells. ... (10 replies)
... My Mother, age 60, just got a phone call off her doctor after doing some blood test. ... (1 replies)
Thick blood
Jun 10, 2008
... the bloodcells called platelets .if too high or low can cause thick or thin blood if too many or to less (2 replies)
... Idiopathic" is a fancy way of saying "we have not idea what caused this". That's one big word out of the way. "Erythrocytosis" means that you have increased red blood cell production and an increased hemoglobin level. The chief cause of this is the disorder you have been diagnosed with called "Polycythemia rubra Vera". ... (2 replies)
... back in a week. The dr. is just as baffled as me why it jumps all over the place. This is the 3rd time I've taken coumadin since I was 18, when I got my first blood clot. ... (61 replies)
... I have thick blood, with blood clots, and yes I tend too get them, in my legs..., causing pain... I take a low dose asprin, to decrease thickblood and clots... Blood clots can not only go too the brain, but also the lungs... ... (1 replies)
... I have been experiencing weird symptoms for the past couple of years. Up until recently I have been a blood donor, unfortunately on the last donation...it was too thick. ... (9 replies)
Still no answers
Jan 16, 2007
... white cell count was very low or very high. Both of these can be indications of infections and blood disoders and Anemia and so on. ... (6 replies)
... which is a bone marrow disorder that causes too many blood cells to be produced. ... (15 replies)
Dvt
Mar 8, 2007
... ut there that had experienced what I had, but I hadn't any idea there was another woman who was almost identical! I hope that your knee tightness isn't anything too serious. ... (23 replies)
Can a DVT return?
Sep 28, 2007
... Your story and experiences is just amazing. I can't imagine having to deal with all that you've had. My blood clot experience changed my life, but if I had to deal with everything you've been dealt, I would go mad! ... (18 replies)
... I haven't had any help from doctors so I am hoping someone here can help point me in the right direction. I have had EKGs, an ultrasound and blood work done. Everything is normal. ... (1 replies)
... Warfarin almost a year after being admitted in the hospital diagnosed with A Fib and my blood being thick. ... (12 replies)
... for a blood clot in my leg. I personally, have a big problem with soy based products and my INR levels. ... (9 replies)
Iron Overload
Nov 1, 2012
... Yeah My blood is thick, because of the PV, with too much red blood cells, mine is very red almost black like you say yours is, what treatment are you having, what are your diet requirements? ... (6 replies)




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