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I'm not quite sure what to call this.

Hi everyone,

Things have been…… interesting. I’ll go in chronological order.

Remember my last post about the blood clot and going to the emergency room? Well I was told to go again on the next day because the Xarelto was causing GI bleeding and I was admitted for the week. 1,627 more words

My Life

Lots of Badness!

It’s wouldn’t exactly be accurate to say it all started back in the summer of 2000, but this is definitely where it became evident that I had a very big problem.  439 more words

Interesting ........

I was recently posted this question here which I thought was interesting as to when to and when not to …….

Hi really enjoy your site.I think I may have symptoms of a DVT.  250 more words

Energy Of Food Blog

PE #1

PE #1

Back in 95 I held my brother Tad’s hand for three weeks
as he coughed up blood from his lungs. Infarcted kidneys
threw hundred’s of clots his way, but all we could do was… 324 more words


Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)

Anatomy of Veins

Veins are blood vessels that carry blood from different parts of the body back to the heart.  There are different types of veins in our bodies. 674 more words

Vascular Information

Recliners, clots and deja vu all over again

I’d like to be able to say I haven’t written lately because I was occupied lounging on a tropical island sipping drinks with little umbrellas.  Indeed, I got to know a recliner quite well this past week; unfortunately, it was located in a hospital room in eastern North Carolina. 1,816 more words


UM To Study Maryland Firm's Potential Treatment For Blood Clotting Disorder

GAITHERSBURG, Md. — GlycoMimetics Inc. (Nasdaq: GLYC) announced that the University of Michigan has dosed the first healthy volunteer in a Phase 1 clinical trial of GMI-1271, a cancer drug that is now being tested to treat a blood-clotting disorder that produces life-threatening blood clots in the legs and lungs. 687 more words