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... good exercise after double pulmonary embolism (1 replies)
... Thanks for letting me know! I hope it's allergies too... Did you have any allergy like symptoms while you had a hard time breathing/chest pain? (11 replies)
... ray, nothing. The dr thought it could be a pulmonary embolism, so I got checked for that, and it was negative. I finally went to an allergist. Turns out that I just have really terrible allergies. ... (11 replies)

... I know when my mom was in the hospital for a pulmonary embolism the SECOND she got up to go to the bathroom if she didn't have oxygen on, her saturation took a nose dive pretty quickly. I know her situation was quite serious. ... (2 replies)
... I've been a couple of times, my heart rate is elevated. It very frustrating, but I guess exercise will help the clots dissolve. ... (4 replies)
... :cool: Hello Rower, I was hospitalized at the end of January with a large DVT in my left leg and PEs in both lungs. Blood testing determined that I have the Factor 5 V Leiden mutation. I am on Coumadin and am going to try to get back in the gym tomorrow. I will let you know how it goes. I still get twinges of pain in my chest and wish I could see what my lungs look... (4 replies)
... lite Up' on a PET scan... I feel as though it could,might be related somehow to the PE last year but my doctors want me to see a surgeon. I don't really exercise so I can't say for sure if my heart rate is any different on or off coumadin. I know I was most cautious to avoid any bruising though.Good luck. ... (4 replies)
... My question relates to exercise. I'm noticing that my heart rate is elevating rapidly during very low exercise exersion. I know its only been a month since the PE, but does anyone know how long this recovery take? ... (4 replies)
... Well, the stress test that I took was not exactly resting. I couldn't take the treadmill stress test so they gave me an injection to simulate exercise. That part of the stress test was only about five minutes long but it was a very difficult five minutes. I was gasping for breath for most of it. The test came out with no abnormalities, which surprised me because it was... (14 replies)
... I can not get it off. Of course a lot of it is lack of exercise but still I wasn't this big when I had my daughter. lol. I do try like you said to push through the pain and shortness of breath but some times I just can't. ... (14 replies)
... Any kind of hypertension means that there is an increased pressure on the walls of a vessel, in this case the pulmonary vessels. The pulmonary arteries are vessels that allow deoxygenated blood to travel from the heart to the lungs. ... (5 replies)
... Yes.....and? (1 replies)
... So the Dr tells me it may be a embolism in my lung or possibly pnemonia and he feels he sees it in both lungs. ... (8 replies)




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