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The only thing I can do is be here for you if you need to talk to someone. Please feel free to message me if you need someone to listen to you or if you need someone to talk to. There are many caring people here who will want and maybe can help out as you see with Breezie32. You don't have to be alone, so just know this is a place where people WILL support you.
Do they know what is causing the clots? Simple blood tests can be done to determine if he has a clotting disorder. If it is a clotting disorder, a doctor can determine which blood thinner he should take to prevent addition blood clots from forming. Also, what sort of injections are they giving him? It may be a clot busting drug used to dissolve the clots.
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