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... acting anticoagulant and coumadin is for the long term. I suspect that they had you on heparin for the DVT and, once you were more stable, wanted to put you on coumadin to prevent it from happening again. ... (4 replies)
... I have antiphospholipid syndrome. My Doctor is considering putting me on Coumadin. Back about 7 years ago I had a DVT in my right thigh. I was admitted to the hospital. It took 10 or 11 days to get my heparin levels under control enough for the Doctor to put me on Coumadin. ... (4 replies)
... rushed him to the hospital. ... (2 replies)

... waking me up I decided to lower my Coumadin by 1.5 mg. ... (12 replies)
... Have they checked your clotting times to see if you need it? ... (1 replies)
... but the needle is thin and easy to get used to after a while. Bruising where the shot is taken is common, but seems to heal relatively quickly. ... (12 replies)
... when i have to stop my coumadin it is five before but i would take last pill on thursday, stop taking it on friday. depending on how high a risk you are you need to be taking shots of a low molecular weight heparin to protect during this time you are off the coumadin. ... (1 replies)
... i have 3 children. my first born at 32 weeks due to preclampsia and after delivery a bad case of dvt was found in my legs and pelvis. no trouble with second pregnancy but 3 weeks ago i had a 31 week baby. ... (32 replies)
... Thrombin 3 Deficiency, which is a deficiency of the clotting factor AT3. I would have to know a whole lot more about any new drug before agreeing to go off my Coumadin. There are so many unknown variables, considering the broad range of disorders Coumadin is prescribed for. ... (20 replies)
... I had a massive pulmonary emboli in April that involved most of my right pulmonary artery, and sent clots to all 3 lobes of my right lung. ... (21 replies)
... and that is when they did tests to see what caused it. ... (32 replies)
... There are heparin shots that your doctor will give you for the first week while you are starting the coumadin pills. Coumadin takes a while to build up in your blood, so they give you fast acting shots in the meantime. ... (4 replies)
... Please seek out a second opinion as soon as possible. If you have a current blood clot, I would think that Coumadin is not the immediate answer that you need. Coomonly Heparin is used for an "active" clot to disolve the clot quickly before it can travel elsewhere in the body. ... (3 replies)
... I still continued to have these episodes so she changed my med to plavix. But, they still continued. She added aspirin to the plavix so I took both. ... (13 replies)
... i think the shots you are taking are low loecular heparin. i take fragmin shots if i have to come my coumadin. i think they are the same thing. you can take coumadin without the shots but coumadin takes about a week to start doing its thing and during that time you are unprotected thus the shots. ... (6 replies)
... I had a blood clot in my right calf 2 or 3 yrs ago. Was in the hospital, received heparin IV and Coumadin, and then was on Coumadin for 6 months until the protimes stabilized. ... (3 replies)
... My docs were scratching their heads with me this past May. At first I was on the Heparin Drip being monitored to go home with coumadin. Then they changed their mind and kept me on Plavix as they would not RX both of them together for fear I would bleed. ... (16 replies)
... Thank you Janet for you reply. Sorry you had trouble posting it. I start my coumadin tonight. I have been on Plavix since February. The Dr. ... (6 replies)
... DVT was found. He was hospitalized, where they taught him to give himself the abdominal heparin injections . They then ordered the second test, which came back positive for FVL. Dr. ... (7 replies)
... Heparin don't dissolve blood clots. They help your body to dissolve clots on its own, and can keep new clots from forming. ... (3 replies)

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