I had a kink in my celiac artery they tried to stent did'nt work ended up with blood clot in left arm they did surgery to repair had laproscopic surgery a week later they cut my diaphram band and what else to free the kink I ended up with multiple clots in right leg they called it DVT I was on blood thinners 9mos they did ultrasounds every 2months 6 mos after I had 2nd surgery I end up with umbellical hernia they repaired it with mesh I have total 18 small scars in stomach they said I would heal in a few years.I have constant pain in my right leg except when I have headaches my leg pain goes away my stomach is back to hurting after I eat.They said I have Post thromblic syndrome I don't see Vascular doctor anymore since I lost insurance My primary doctor she is the one who give me Vicodin 10/660 x120 30days Klonopin 5mg,I tried gabapetin 60mg doesn't helpView Thread
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