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Can A blood Clot In the heart Be Fatal?

A: Yes absolutely, If the clot block''s the hart valve ....


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Do I have a blood clot in my heart?

A: Wouldn''t you die if a blood clot reached your heart? I think you can rest assured that''s not the case if you''re reading this. If you had a high D-dimer, your doctor should have determined the cause of the abnormal clotting with other tests, treated the cause, and explained it to you. If your doctor has not ordered other tests or determined the cause or explained it to you, then you need a new doctor. If you feel you need a new doctor, go to the office of the old one and get a copy of

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Who do you see for a blood clot in the leg?

A: Go to the ER now........you might not be here tomorrow....Call the ambulance to take you......PLEASE!! You need to see another doctor asap..Did they put you on Coumadin to thin your blood. ? In the meantime search on WebMd. a blood clot is nothing to fool around with. OMG! you first go to the ER, and if you have one,they will keep you and the right doctor will see you,a blood clot will travel upward and can move to your heart and can kill you, make you have a stroke.please get medical attention...


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What Are the Symptoms of a blood Clot in the Foot?

A: blood clots in any part of the body can be dangerous, and a blood clot in the foot is no different. Many people who experience foot swelling, or edema, as well as pain or numbness will not recognize these symptoms of a blood clot in the foot. these symptoms and the other blood clot signs often go unrecognized until after the blood clot has relocated to another part of the body and has become a...


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What Are the Symptoms Of blood clots In the Lungs?

A: Chest pain, blood-streaked sputum when coughing, rapid breathing, increased heart rate and shortness of breath are symptoms of this condition. blood clots in the lungs can cause symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain, rapid heart rate and possibly coughing up blood. Most symptoms develop very suddenly. Your lungs seem heavy It is hard to breath and you run out of breath easy. Spitting up blood. In any of these cases you need to see a doctor. the most common symptoms are sudden, sharp chest pain that worsens with deep breathing, and...


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What Are the Symptoms Of blood clots In the Lungs?

A: Chest pain, blood-streaked sputum when coughing, rapid breathing, increased heart rate and shortness of breath are symptoms of this condition. blood clots in the lungs can cause symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain, rapid heart rate and possibly coughing up blood. Most symptoms develop very suddenly. Your lungs seem heavy It is hard to breath and you run out of breath easy. Spitting up blood. In any of these cases you need to see a doctor. the most common symptoms are sudden, sharp chest pain that worsens with deep breathing, and...


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What Causes a blood Clot in the Calf?

A: A blood clot in the calf, also known as a deep vein thrombus, can form when there is excessive clumping together of platelets and red blood cells in a blood vessel. there are several factors that can contribute to the development of a blood clot in the calf that range from environmental influences, to personal actions, to underlying medical problems and predisposition. Some common causes of a blood clot in the calf are prolonged immobilization, trauma, medications, and lifestyle choices.. It is...


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What Are the Symptoms of blood clots in the Legs?

A: there are several symptoms of blood clots in the legs. these symptoms include changes related to the color of the skin, increased warmth, and tenderness. Other symptoms of blood clots in the legs include swelling and pain.. blood clots in the legs, also referred to as deep vein thrombosis, are a dangerous condition. they typically affect the calf and thigh, and blood

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What Are the Treatments for a blood Clot in the Knee?

A: When left untreated, a blood clot in the knee can be quite serious. In fact, in some cases, it can even be life-threatening. Fortunately, the treatments of blood clots in the knee are usually quite successful. One of the most common forms of treatment is the use of certain anti-coagulant medications. In addition, the use of a thrombolysis or even surgery may be required for those with more serious blood clots. these procedures have a great deal of risk, however, and

 
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