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Blood Clot

Also called: Thrombus

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Hi You may find this link interesting to read, but as for figures I think you may find them very hard to find.https://www.stoptheclot.org/article114...
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Is lump warm and or red? Be on the safe side and see a doctor immediately. Could be a blood clot.
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Hi Here is a link from the Mayo Clinic, could help.http://www.mayoclinic.org/blood-thinners/expert-answers/faq-20058261Just copy link into google to...
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Hi It could be that your next shot is due, but if your doctor is giving you your shot, it would be best to see your doctor and ask there, could be...
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HI The two kinds of IUD with or without hormones.OK Without, gives you a big chance of cramps  and bad long periodsSo with very low dose hormone...
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Large blood clots can be normal, but if you are bleeding that heavily you might want to see a doctor to help you regulate your period.  Losing...
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Hi At this time it would be really good for to get an urgent GP referral to the clinical decisions unit at your local hospital to be seen by a gynae...
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It's unlikely, because a bruise doesn't usually turn into a blood clot.  In order for them to be dangerous, blood clots have to form in...
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There has been no association between the use of blood thinners (there are many different types) and any type of cancer. Products that cause cancer...
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Hi found you this little piece.The biology is simple: Basic cholesterol compounds in fat cells can get changed into a type of weak estrogen called...
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Hi Just go see your doctor and get a blood test done for your hormones, this will tell all you want to know, and take it from there.Hope this helps...
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The source of this bleeding should be investigated. I would advise you to see your gynecologist so that you can be properly examined.
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I had a complete hysterectomy when I was 28. I had started bleeding and went back to my doctor. I had torn something, and he told me to take it easy...
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Hi Have a good read through this link, I think you may find it very interesting about your daughters pains.http://www.teenhealthfx...
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Can you elaborate on your question? Especially the bleeding/blood clot part. I am on blood thinners for clots in my lungs and legs. Does it cause...
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