Thank u for all the concerns they out a ivc filter in on Monday to prevent any more clots from moving to my lungs. My pain isn't so bad anymore but my leg still swells up if I'm on it to long I'm taking my blood thinners I'm on 15 mg this has been such a let down I'm an active person but have been stuck in bed for almost 2 mo now no one can tell me how long the swelling if my leg will last I just ready to resume my lifeView Thread
I have 2 blood clot in my leg I've been on meds for almost 15 days I had some pressure in my chest the other dust my dr ordered a ct they found I the clot moved to my left lung I was sent to the hospital they did X-ray EKG and blood work and that's they said they where going to admit me then after being there 10 hours in waiting room they said because all my tests are normal right now they sent me home told me to increase my blood thinner and ordered another blood thinner the shot one for three days now I have to wait to see when the insurance will approve that.. They say that's all they can doView Thread
The Er just said to take meds I have a shot and warfarin once a day but the pain in my leg is really bad to walk on so will I have this pain for a long time and I go every 3 days for blood work to make sure the dosage is right at this point I feel bed riddenView Thread
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