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Blood clots can be treated by Aspirin, Warfarin sodium, Coumadin, Plavix, Xarelto (latest reports from 2,558 Blood clots patients)
Buttock pain has been reported by people with viral infection, back pain, high blood cholesterol, erection problems, benign neoplasm of prostate (latest reports from 517 Buttock pain patients).
On Sep, 23, 2016
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I was diagnosed with PE last Dec 2015 after having surgery for a torn Achilles in Sept. Was on aspirin after surgery and had also been back to work & started rehab when I started having stabbing pain in my shoulder and burping incessantly. The pain reminded me of when I had gallstones & I should have known better than to wait. When it hurt to breath on both sides I went to the ER & was immediately seen & given a test that shows certain levels(can't recall name). It was positive which prompted my physician to give s CT scan. In hospital for few days in excruciating pain of course but they scared me into shape with breathing treatments otherwise the fluid would build up so bad my lung could collapse. Stayed on Elequis for 3 months. Fast forward currently & I caught what I thought was a summer cold only to find out I have pneumonia in my left lung. Pretty scary but looks like no news is good news as far as my blood test I had done. Resting for now and trying not to panick because the burping of course won't stop even though I am not in pain I can still feel myself wheezing. If pain even starts I will head straight to the ER.
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Whenever I try to take the calcium/vit. D supplement as prescribed, I get severe epigastric pain to the point that I am unable to eat anything and actually have a hard time even drinking as well. I will take it for 2 days before I can't stand it and then remain I'll for about 4 more days. I have ...
I was diagnosed with PE last Dec 2015 after having surgery for a torn Achilles in Sept. Was on aspirin after surgery and had also been back to work & started rehab when I started having stabbing pain in my shoulder and burping incessantly. The pain reminded me of when I had gallstones & I should ...
My brother died suddenly 2 weeks ago of pulmonary embolism (blood clot). He was taking Lisinopril and suffered vascular leg pain, shortness of breath, bloating of face and neck, skin rashes among other complaints. We always thought something was wrong with his sudden death until we remembered ...
Diagnosed 10 days ago with blood clots in calf thigh and pulmunory embolisms I'm both lungs.Taking 80mg of verapamil 3 times a day for the last 8 weeks.Pain in calf started after flight to Gold Coast 2 weeks ago.Now on Predaxa 150mg twice a day for rest of life.
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