Review: could Blood clots cause Buttock pain?
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Blood clots (latest reports from 2,526 patients) can be treated by Aspirin, Coumadin, Warfarin Sodium, Plavix, Pradaxa, Lovenox.
Buttock pain (latest reports from 3,060 patients) has been reported by people with pain, osteoporosis, high blood cholesterol, rheumatoid arthritis, back pain.
On Aug, 16, 2014: No report is found.
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I constantly have palpitations and breathlessness. Worse in the mornings. I have had a chest X-ray , ECG and blood tests and have no physical problems. I still exercise regularly . I feel tired a lot of the time
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Coughing is severe often to the point that things go black and there is a ringing in my ears. I have never passed out, though I often think I may. I have allergies and my coughing onset is usually due to aspiration of food drink or sinus drainage. Sometimes It begins with a sharp tickle in my larynx.
From this study (4 weeks ago):
having night sweats maybe Plavix is the most resent added Drug
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