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How long does it take to get factor v blood work and other predisposition to clotting tests back from kaiser lab? Thanks
results: Hypercoagulation lab testing is extensive and can take up to a week or more for results. Sometimes the results are complicated, but the question is "what is your risk for another clotting event" and "how long should you be treated". However, if you have a blood clot currently, the diagnosis and treatment should happen quickly. Be well. ...Read more
Im 5 weeks pregnant and have factor v leiden is it safe dor me to fly can you please advise me on this matter. Thank you?
Yes: If you have not had any miscarriage, nor episodes of venous thromboembolism (vte), then you are fortunate. Hydration with water, using 20-30 mm hg compression hose, taking baby Aspirin prior flying, doing calf-muscle exercises, walking around the plane should help decrease risk for vte. If you have had miscarriage, vte before, see your obstetrician. ...Read more
I have factor v leiden and have been experiencing some tightness and pain on my right calf, somewhat like a charlie horse, should I worry?
I have factor v and lupus anticoagulant syndrome....For the past year my face has darkening spots on my cheeks..Fingers hurt..My hair is thinning bad?
APL vs Medication : There are many options. This could be related to an associated lupus like syndrome in your settings or it could be due to your medications or both. Your evaluation will be able to clarify these issues. ...Read more
I've 1 copy of Factor V Leiden & have a blood clot in my femoral artery as a result of an angiogram, with no flow. Will the clot eventually break off?
Unlikely: If there is "no flow" in the femoral artery, then presumably there are collateral ("bypass") vessels bringing blood to your leg if you are in a stable condition. Most commonly these vessel closures become permanent, with the collaterals growing over time. The clot solidifies and becomes fibrous material that is not fragile or prone to fragmentation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it ok to travel far distants 13 weeks pregnant if u have factor v and r considered high risk and has have pervious miscarriage?
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