After pulmonary embolism, how long should I wait until I can exercise again?

No wait. As long as you are followed by a doc and take the right medication. No need to stop exercise.
Depends. If it is not a very severe one, a couple of weeks usually, assuming you are on blood thinners and your blood is properly thinned. If you had a DVT that caused it and you have residual clot burden in the legs; no ivc filter, you may want to wait longer to make sure you do not dislodge new pes. Talk to your doctor.
Ask your doctor. You should ask the treating physician or your primary care physician since lots of factors specific to each person must be considered.

Related Questions

If I had a pulmonary embolism, how long before I am able to travel on plane?

When you feel better. If you no longer have symptoms and the level of the blood thinner (commonly coumadin) is therapeutic. Remember to get up at least 1 time an hour while on the plane. You must also discuss with your doctor before you plan to fly. Read more...
Depends. If you are therapeutically anticoagulated (your blood is thin enough on medicines) and you don't require supplemental oxygen, you should be able to fly. If you have completed your blood thinning regimen, it might be a good idea to get a prophylactic shot of either Lovenox (enoxaparin) or Arixtra before your flight. Read more...

Is pulmonary embolism a long lasting disease?

Once you have had an emolism, depending on the reason, there is almost always cause for continued vigilance. There will certainly be a need to give blood thinners for months to years, and likely lifelong. Read more...
May acute or chronic. Sometimes they are chronic or long lasting. It depends on medical history, medication, and treatments. Not always symptomatic. Chronic embolisms may be asymptomatic. Sometimes they are found accidentally. Read more...
No. Pulmonary embolism is not typically a long lasting disease unless you are having chronic or multiple pulmonary emboli over time. Read more...
Depends... It depends on the etiology of the pulmonary embolism as well as the size of the pe. There is a disease called chronic thromboembolic disease and patients with this have recurrent blood clots. There are also congenital clotting defects which lead to recurrent clots. If a large pe occurs, there can be chronic sequelae. There is treatment available once a diagnosis like this is made. Read more...

I had a pulmonary embolism two months ago. How long do I have to stay on medication?

6 months. The recommended course of coumadin/warfarin for a pe is minimum 6 months. It may be longer depending on history and risk factors. If there are bleeding risks, there are alternative medicines but they aren't as effective. There are alternative therapies as well such as a filter but that's invasive and has additional risks to it. Read more...