I had a stroke at 26years of age had a clot on right side of the head had tpi administered in er no paralysis I played soccer worked out at the age of 32 they found a clot in my lung want to do invitro they told me 6 months to a year without a clot and I would be fine to do invitro I just want as much information as possible I don't want to die .....I really want to have a child with my husband what's your opinion
Repeated episodes of thrombosis, then a work up needs to be done to detect the cause. Was a PTT done? Based on the result they may ask for an lupus anticoagulant test, this will show the likelihood for clot formation. Then you may be started on anticoagulant medications. So, based on the overall picture your doctors can advise you about IVF. Wish you Luck.
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