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Can a blood clot go away on it's own without taking medication?


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    Susan Zutautas (Just Ask Susan) 4 years ago

    Thank you for answering my question. The blood clots went away on their own.

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    Susan Zutautas (Just Ask Susan) 4 years ago

    Thanks Pam. I am being monitored with ultra sounds. They don't want to put me on any medication due to RSD. I see my doctor again in June and I'll ask him then if he still feels that I should not go on any medication.


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    Susan Zutautas (Just Ask Susan) 4 years ago

    It is in my right leg in the calf area. I have no idea as to the type of blood clot it is.


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    Author Nicole Canfield (kittythedreamer) 4 years ago

    Okay, good thing. There's links between blood clots and Yaz that are coming out...I've seen it myself so I wanted to be sure.

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    greencha 3 years ago

    I agree with you about the potential serious probs that a clot can cause & the importance to get medical help,but I don't see any probs with raising it as a discussion point. One positive aspect for raising such points ,there cld be new treat's o

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