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How Would I Know If I Had A Blood Clot In By Brain
How would I know if I had a pulmonary embolism? Would it occur suddenly or gradually? And if I have low blood pressure does that mean im in the clear?
Im sorry I mean like a blood clot in the brain. How would I know if I had one? What are the symptoms? Thank you.
Some symptoms are...: Some of the symptoms you could potentially have include weakness or numbness in half your face or limbs on one side, impairment of speech, difficulty swallowing, vision problems in one eye, drooping of lips, difficulty finding words, pain one side of body, loss of balance and tending to lean to one side (feel like a drunk), confusion/ disorientation, headaches. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Should I go to a urgent care??? I found out I have a blood clote by giving blood and I don't know if it is because of my birth control or not.
Hi have friboads came on a period an found a blood clot do I need to see a doctor can u tell me if this is bad?
Common: It is common for women in their 40's to pass some clots with their periods. Unless you are having other symptoms it is not necessary to do any thing. If your periods become very long or heavy then you need to be seen. The good news is fibroids shrink after menopause and the average age for last menstrual period i this country is now 51 1/2. ...Read more
Go to your doctor: A blood clot to the lower extremities can increase your risk of embolization (a piece of the clot gets dislodged from the point of origin and travels to other part of the body). This could provoke a more worrisome situation in which a clot goes to the lungs; which at times could be fatal. If properly medicated the risk of embolization can be decreased with blood thinners. ...Read more
I had a emergency splenectomy 5 years ago in a week. What are the chances I have or still could get a blood clot from it? How would I dissolve them?
I have a blood clotting disorder and i had a blood clot after having a C-section with my son i want another child is it possible also he was premature they said it was from a viral infection not my blood clotting disorder
I think I have a blood clot,I'm going to the hospital soon,I was wondering if I should elevate that leg until then,thanks?
I am 7 weeks pregnant but I have a condition where I have seizes brought on by a fear of blood test, blood and needles. What can I do to prevent them?
See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
I had to give myself injections in the stomach to prevent blood clot now I have a hard lump in my stomach would i need to get it checked or is it ok?
AnticlottingBleeding: All anti-clotting agents slow blood clotting, needles puncture blood vessels, thus significant possibility of hematoma at location of injected anti-clotting agent because vessels oozed longer around needle tip with high local concentration of anti-clotting agent. While impossible to answer your question with such limited information, what you describe is not surprising. ...Read more
Yes if being treated: After youhave seen your doctor and been placed on anti-coagulation, i feel it wouldbe excellent for oyu to work. Sitting around a feeling sorry for oneself is not healthy. The more you are out and about - working, recreation, and especially exercise - the better you will feel and the better you will be doing for your body. ...Read more
Just got a blood test result where my NRBC was .03 and I am supposed to see a hematologist. I'm worried and would like to know what it could mean. ?
Nucleated RBC: are immature forms of red blood cells. Normally not present in peripheral blood. Their presence often signals increased RBC turnover, either from increased destruction, increased production or both. Many causes but a hematologist can sort them out for you. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was just told from a blood test I have low testosterone. I was referred to a proctologist. How will they treat this ?
Various Treatments: Some options: 1) topical: testim, androgel, fortesta, axiron, compounded creams. These are most commonly prescribed. Daily application 2) subcutaneous implants: testopel, compounded implants. This form of therapy has been around for many, many years. Implant last from 3-6 months, but usually they last for 4 months. Low side effect profile 3) im injections: cypionate and enanthate options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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