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Is bloods clots on lungs and legs related to having subacute lupus?

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Dr. Bruce Rothschild
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Possible

In brief: Possible

Likely circulating anticoagulant - antiphospholipid syndrome.
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Dr. Bryan Delage
Family Medicine

In brief: It can be

Lupus and other inflammatory diseases lead to hypercoagulability that increases clotting, and certainly can lead to DVT and pe ( clots in the legs, and clots in the lungs).

In brief: It can be

Lupus and other inflammatory diseases lead to hypercoagulability that increases clotting, and certainly can lead to DVT and pe ( clots in the legs, and clots in the lungs).
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Dr. Ronald Widman
Emergency Medicine

In brief: Autoimmune

Yes lupus even sub acute can cause clotting issues and puts you at a higher risk for blood clots.

In brief: Autoimmune

Yes lupus even sub acute can cause clotting issues and puts you at a higher risk for blood clots.
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