When is it safe to travel again after a pulmonary embolism?

Very soon. . Pulmonary embolism occurs on a wide spectrum. If your daily exercise tolerance is reasonably good and you do not require supplementary oxygen, you should be able to fly.
When therapeutic. When your inr is therapeutic for a few weeks and when you are physically up to it. If you need oxygen still you will need a letter from your physician to the airline.

Related Questions

Can you tell me exactly when is it safe to travel after a pulmonary embolism?

No absolute. Feel good, breathe well, no swelling, mobile, stable anti coagulation all adds up to about 6 weeks likely. Read more...

Is it safe to take birth control pills after having a pulmonary embolism?

Depends. Not if they contain estrogen. A history of pulmonary embolism is a contraindication to contraceptives that use an estrogen, and with good reason. However, despite the same blanket contraindication, progestin only contraceptives are generally safe even with this history. Read more...
Not the best. See your gyn for advice. Be sure your DVT and lungs have cleared as well. Read more...

Tonssilectomy & nose job at same time. Is it safe? Bleeding risk? & is pulmonary embolism possible?

Not done. Unlikely any one will do same time, each will have its own complications , besides dangerous air way obstruction problems if you combine both., pulmonary embolism is rare is not the reason. Read more...
Possible. Probably outpatient surgery. Tonsils in adults can bleed! get full explanation from the surgeon. Dvt and pe unusual, if up and about for same day procedures. Read more...

I am being treated for a provoked pulmonary embolism and just wondered if it was safe for me to smoke cannabis while on rivaroxaban?

No. If you have a choice, don't. While smoking is not recommended, tobacco or cannabis, for anyone..... In someone who had a blood clot lodge in his lung, it is a very poor choice. Taking rivaroxaban does not mean that it is now safe to smoke. Read more...

Can you explain if it's safe for a person to take hair growth supplements if they had pulmonary embolism in the past?

Supplements. To advise about a supplement, you must know the exact content of the particular supplement. "hair growth supplements" doesn't say a whole lot. Some people think rubbing manure on your head will help hair grow. Read more...

My question is related to menopause symptoms. I know I cannot take HRT due to a history of blood clots-pulmonary embolism- and TIA. However, is BHRT safe considering this history?

No! Estrogen increases risk of blood clots. Having a history of blood clots (TIA, PE), you need to avoid all estrogen-containing products. This includes oral birth control pills and hormone replacement therapy (HRT) that contain estrogen. Bioequivalent hormone replacement therapy (B-HRT) does contain a form of estrogen and therefore is as dangerous for you to take as regular HRT. Avoid all estrogens! Read more...

I've been wanting to get my breast enlarged, but I've had pulmonary embolism, I'm off warfarin but is it safe, I do have tendency of bleeding more?

Why. Did you have a pulmonary embolism? Was an underlying cause found? Did you have a work up for an underlying hypercoagulable state? If you are off warfarin, you don't have an ongoing increased risk of bleeding, but if you have an underlying risk of thrombosis, you could get another pe or worse. You certainly don't need breast augmentation. I would advise against it. Read more...
Increased risk. You are at increased risk for problems. You need expert consultation with a hematologist to determine if you have any underlying medical problems that predisposed you for a pulmonary embolism. Then you need to give serious consideration about how important cosmetic surgery is in relation to your risk for a serious complication. Read more...