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Well, it depends. Let's talk for a moment about blood clots.There are different types of blood clots. When you get a cut on your finger, it...
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Surgery is one of the most cause for blood clots the form around the wound the some times brake free travel to your heart can cause death.  
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Blood clots prevent proper circulation of blood. Deep vein thrombosis of the leg or arm may cause permanent damage to the veins themselves and cause...
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Venous clots do not allow blood to return to the heart and symptoms occur because of this damming effect. Most often occurring in the legs or the...
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The risk factors for arterial clots are those that are common to all diseases that cause narrowing of blood vessels, cholesterol plaque formation...
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I think you should always talk to your doctor before starting any sort of diet - but I...
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any blood clot can cause low blood pressure. think of it like a beaver dam. it holds back until it finally breaks free or is removed.
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Blood is a liquid that flows within blood vessels. It is constantly in motion as the heart pumps blood through arteries to the different organs and...
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Prevention is key in thrombosis or clot formation. Arterial thrombosis For arterial thrombosis, the most likely precipitating event is a plaque...
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No blood clots or lumps.  Is very hurtful when I tried to put finger in it just barely goes in and comes you with a pink/red stain no...
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My mother just had the same issue and she had to have a minor surgical procedure to clear the clots. There are other options as well. You must see a...
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how big are the clots? pea sized or bigger. whatever the case, it would probably be wise and safer to check it out at a free clinic.
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Hi If you look up in your area you should be able to find a free walk in clinic, or an ER that's free, you should find help there.But from what...
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Warfarin (Coumadin) is, indeed, important in reducing the risk of blood clot due to atrial fibrillation (A-fib). And, on the other hand, there's...
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tPa is a thrombolytic agent, or clot buster medication. tPa may be used as treatment for acute ischemic stroke (stroke of sudden onset, caused by a...