100 Q&A About Deep Vein Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism - download pdf or read online

By Andra H. James

ISBN-10: 0763741051

ISBN-13: 9780763741051

This is often the easiest and clearest e-book that i've got noticeable in this subject.
It covers symtoms, remedies and long-term consequences.
I first learn this while I had a DVT after which re-read it, completely, 2 years later after leaving the clinic for a pulmonary embulism.

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This complication is rarely a problem unless these medications are used at full doses for months at a time, such as is required during pregnancy. A rare, but potentially life- (or extremity-) threatening complication of heparin is heparin-induced thrombocytopenia. This problem is more likely to occur with standard heparin than with LMWH. Heparin-induced thrombocytopenia results from the formation of antibodies against complexes of heparin and platelets. Antibodies are proteins that the body produces to attack foreign invaders, such as infections.

Each day was harder to face while I was still sick. I had to take antiseizure medication, which made me extremely tired. Even though the doctors finally found the clot and were beginning to treat it, I had a very hard time with all of this, both emotionally and mentally. It was very traumatic for me to go through all of this because I was only 27 years old and I had just given birth to our daughter. All I wanted to do was to be at home with my family and have everything be normal. It was very hard to understand why all this was happening—women give birth successfully every day and it is such a common thing, but my situation was different.

I did call the office of the family doctor who saw our children. The receptionist asked me what I needed and I told her I needed a physical exam. She gave me an appointment for three weeks hence. Meanwhile, I tried some self-diagnosis. I thought that I would try to get the episode to reoccur by running on the treadmill. Fortunately, it didn’t reoccur, but over the next two weeks, I started to feel more tired by the end of the day. In the third week after the episode, I was feeling really awful, so my wife called the doctor, and he came to our house that night.

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