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Blood Clot During Pregnancy First Trimester
If i take lovenox (enoxaparin) every day and have blood work to make sure it's working . Am i still at risk of getting a blood clot during pregnancy?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Blood clot : Seek help immediately if you think you have a blood clot. Ultrasound imaging and by D dimer blood tests will be used to help diagnose blood clots. Signs and symptoms can include redness, swelling, or pain. During pregnancy, heparin is the preferred drug of choice to treat the clot. ...Read more
2pregnancy test both positive First pregnancy first appt 09/17 Bleeding not heavy ping ping blood clot another test after positive No insure 4 ER Help?
Not ER: Why would you go to the ER? There is no need. Please call your doctor for instructions in the morning. ...Read more
If I didn't have sex at all in September but I passed a large blood clot in the 6th and I got a positive pregnancy test on the 14th of October due to being sick the last 3 weeks of September and the first week of October how far along am I and why did I p
Repeat test: if you want to make sure that you are still pregnant repeat the HPT if it still positive go to the doctor for a blood test that will confirmed the pregnancy and will give an estimation about how far. the accurate aging of the pregnancy and the due date will be done with a combination of examination, blood test, and ultrasound. ...Read more
What could it mean when you pass a very small blackish blood clot during the 6th week of a normally developing pregnancy?
Depends: Bleeding in early pregnancy is common - about 1/3 of women may have some degree of bleeding. It is important to establish that the pregnancy is in the uterus and not an "ectopic pregnancy " which can be life-threatening. A sonogram will help establish the location and health of the pregnancy. It may also be able to determine the source of the bleeding. One's blood type should also be checked. ...Read more
11 weeks pregnant. First appt. Next Wednesday. First pregnancy. Slimy blood clot. Red in color. When wipe, red blood. Help please?
I passed a blood clot the size of a lg orange(during period)..No possibility of pregnancy (tubes tied) should I be concerned? I am worried
Yes, but ...: During menstruation, it is normal to pass some smaller clots (say, dime sized). However, if you are bleeding profusely or passing large clots, consider visiting a doctor for an evaluation of your heavy menstruation. Hormones, fibroids, polyps are common causes. A pelic exam and ultrasound are the next steps. Treatment options will depend on your future fertility plans. ...Read more
About 11 weeks pregnant. Bleeding vaginal. Blood clot, abt ping pong size. No cramps no pain. First pregnancy. First appt. 9/17/14. Not insured for ER?
Common: It is not strictly "normal" but it happens very frequently and all is well. You'd need an actual exam/ eval with a doctor in person to say more, good wishes! ...Read more
What percent of people get blood clots during pregnancy that causes stroke or other complications? if i got no blood disorder am i low risk?
Clots and pregnancy: The risk of having a blood clot during pregnancy and up to six weeks after birth is 1 in 1000. This is 10 times higher than women who are of the same age who are not pregnant. Risk factors include maternal age greater than 35, smoking, significant obesity, long plane flights, clotting disorders, previous DVT, and sedentary activity with lack of exercise . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How much does your chance if blood clots increase during pregnancy? Does a previous c-section make this higher?
A previous csection: Does not increase your risk and the risk for the average healthy women is low, risk is more right after surgery that is why for the 1st 24-36 hours sequential compression stockings are used to prevent venous stasis that could lead to blood clots until you are up ambulating. ...Read more
If your healthy what are the chances of getting pre eclampsia or blood clots and dying during pregnancy or after giving birth?
Not likely: If healthy, and you eat well, keep active, take prenatal vitamins and have regular prenatal checks, while pregnant, you are not at risk for clots or pre eclampsia. Also, your chances of dying are about zero. Would you like to have a baby? Are you afraid? Looks like you have done some research. Why not talk to your dr about your concerns. Good luck to you. Dr. Mom. ...Read more
Periods have been short and shedding huge blood clots past two times. Unusual. Took two pregnancy test first one came up invalid 2nd one neg. Ideas?
Irregular periods : Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test . There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
Took 3 pregnancy test. All positive. After urine, red blood and some blood clots. Took another test after, still positive. Please help. First pregnant?
Multiple: The most important factor is the hormonal changes that occur. Also, not moving around and the pressure from the baby on venous system can increase "stasis" which means the blood not moving around as much.The best thing to do is to stay active and be aware of other risk factors, like smoking, obesity and other blood clotting problems. Check with your doctor for specific information for yourself. ...Read more
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