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What Is The Timeline For The Treatment Of Leiden Factor V
Varies: There is actually no treatment for factor v leiden. It is inherited and increases one's risk of a blood clot. Treatment is given either for a blood clot or for the prevention of a blood clot in certain circumstances, for instance during surgery or during pregnancy. Treatment is individual and depends on a number of factors that you would want to discuss with your doctor depending on the situation. ...Read more
I can't seat for extended periods of time w/out my lft leg hurting really bad when I try to get up&move. Could this be the factor v Leiden disorder?
Not likely: What you describe is more concerning for some compromise of the nerve(s) of the spine. Alternatively, it could just be increased muscle tone/spasm related to prolonged sitting. Factor V leiden predisposes people to blood clots and blood clots, if going to cause pain, usually cause pain whether seated or standing. ...Read more
Can we use clexane (0.4), fish oil (1000 mg) and baby aspirin(81 mg) at the same time during pregnancy? I have factor v leiden.
Yes...if...: You can take all these if they have been recommended to you by your doctor. Please don't self-medicate anticoagulants. ...Read more
Pls. clarify: Do you mean factor v deficiency? Someone with this deficiency and had blood clots would likely be prescribed a blood thinner for lifetime. If there is a life-threatening blood clot, they may receive a tranfusion of plasma (blood liquid). Plasma does not last long in the body. ...Read more
Thrombosis: People who inherit the leiden variant of coagulation factor v are at incresed risk of venous thrombosis. Those who are heterozygotes their risk is 5-10 fold higher, homozygotes are about 50 fold greater risk. Women on birth contol pills are partiuclarly susceptible to thrombosis if they have leiden factor v. If the affected individual develops thromobsis, life long anti-coagulation may be needed. ...Read more
Risk for blood clots: People homozygous for factor v leiden are about 50 times more at risk of developing blood clots in their veins and complications related to that. See this site for more info. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/factor-v-leiden/basics/definition/con-20032637. ...Read more
Yes: Factor v leiden is a genetic condition. If you have one copy of a fvl mutation, you are heterozygous with an increased risk of blood clotting. If you have 2 copies you are homozygous with an even higher risk of clotting. The inheritence pattern is simple mendelian genetics. You get one copy of the gene from your mother and one from your father. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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