I was diagnosed with blood clots in my lungs three years ago. We have done tons of test and everything has came back negative. My husband and I would like to have a baby. We know I am at risk of throwing another clot. We are wondering if there is anyone out there wit
This is really one for your doctor's advice who knows your specific case. Some women go onto aspirin therapy, but if you are already on Heparin or something like that, this advice makes little sense. Does your doctor have an opinion about WHY the blood clots were there? That would have a lot to say to whether pregnancy would be risky or not.
They have ran several tests and everything has came back negative. They are worried because we can't figure out why I am throwing clots. They said that pregnacy can cause clots because of the hormone changes. The only thing I can link my blood clots to is the depo provera birth control I was on when I threw the clots. Every doctor that I have seen says depo won't cause clots but what else could it be.
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