This started at least 2 years ago with a very sore throat, which I still have with no explaintion of how or why??? 2010 I had surgery. Which I have been warfarin, since be on since clots in my lungs so they put me on warfarin I am still on it at lest until mid July!! Now Fell down 2 steps on to a hard tile floor. I went to the ER and had all of test and x-rays ( should be glowing ) from all of the tests i have had. LOL But the keep coming up with the same thing! Just saying go home and rest!! but i am getting cabin fever!! just going to the grocery store is tiring me out and i take the motor carts!! and i am only 48!!! I am just out of Dr's how can tell me anything so any suggestion your be great!! I have been to 3 different hospitals and i am getting the same generic answers!! Put the show on the other foot and iI'm sure that something would e done faster then I could blink and eye!!! SView Thread
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