54 yrs old moms had 4 bags of placenta given following a colonoscopy presidure three days ago yet i her daughter want to know if the discharge she haven which is dork thick gluey blood clots normal she also is porn to blood clots and normally take cummoded meds
Is your Mom taking her Coumadin now? You say she normally takes coumadin to prevent blood clots. If she is not on her Coumadin, she would have clots. Why was she given plasma with her colonoscopy? Did she bleed a lot? Did they remove polyps? Have you asked the doctor if blood clots are normal? If you are really concerned call a nurse or doctor in your area and ask questions.
Esta tu madre tomando su Coumadin? Dices que normalmente lo toma para evitar cuajarones. Si no esta tomando su Coumadin si tendra cuajarones. Sangro mucho? Porque le dieron plasma con su colonoscopy? Le has preguntado al medico o la enfermera? Se me hace que debes preguntarle al medico si esto es normal. Espero que tu madre se componga.
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