Is there a treatment for a blood clot in your liver if you carry the factor five blood disorder?

Yes. Factor 5 leaves you at increased risk for clots. A clot in the liver would normally be treated with a temporary course of blood thinners. If you are prone to clots, like having factor 5 leiden, you may need life long blood thinners.
Coumadin (warfarin) Likely long term- life long anticoagulation will be a consideration.

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