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clot blood risk

A: Dear Karan, No, HIV does not transmit from contact with clot blood (though it has to go through the process of coagulation, and HIV survives fairly shorter period outside receptor (mentioned in the next few lines). In the context of your specific queries, the virus lives a very short while outside the body. As a general rough and ready guide you can assume, especially for a small amount of blood, that the virus is only viable for the time that the blood remains liquid. After drying out, the virus soon dies ... the time is not in days but in minutes. Regards, Gorkey Sources: http://www.medicine.net http://doctor.ndtv.com...


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clotted blood and a white discharge during menstruation

A: The clots you reported during your period are quite normal. It is the blood that should be expelled during the menstrual period that has already gone under the process of clotting. On the other hand, the white discharge might be either harmless or a sign of genital infection. The latter is less probable because you did not mention other symptoms of infection like: itching or burning sensation all the time or when urinating (sign of urinary tract infection often present at same time with bacterial vaginosis). You might want to wait for your menstrual period to end. If the sticky discharge is still present, then you might want to visit a gynecologist to examine the discharge....
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just had a baby 3 days ago. have lots of clot blood coming out of me right now, what should i do?

A: Hello,Some amount of postpartum bleeding(bleeding after child birth)occurs for a few weeks after child birth but ifthere is any increased bleeding,then any injury to the uterus or vervix or retained placental remnants have tobe ruled out.I would suggest you to get a pelvic examination done from a gynecologist. Hope it helps.Take careand regards....
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  hi for the past two days i''ve been having terrible headaches which feel like my skull is being crushed. With theheadaches i also have nosebleeds throughout the day light pink with mucous and in the morning clotted blood. During thedaytime i have episode

A: Hi, The most probable causes of the symptoms mentioned by you are- high blood pressure, sinusitis and braintumour. Please consult a physician and go for all primary investigations. A CT scan of the head and aneurologist consultation are also a must to rule out a brain pathology. Hope this helps you. Take care andregards!...


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What is function of tromoxan in clotting blood?

A: it helps in platelet agregassion...
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What Is It When You Dont Have Enough Platelets To Clot blood?

A: Depends on how low the count is but you can just bleed more then normal. Or you could bleed to death depends on where the hemorage is....
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blood clot? blood bruise?

A: It is probably a blood blister. A small circular area of bleeding just under the skin, not quite deep enough to be a bruise, but not shallow enough to be an open wound. You are best to leave it, as it will disappear by itself. If you really must get rid of it, sterilise a needle by putting it a flame and letting it cool, or soaking the needle in alcohol (whiskey, gin, and spirit will do!), and gently inserting it into the black area from the side. Don't go deep, you just want to pierce the top layer of skin. Just make sure that it really isn't a freckle or a mole!...


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What does it mean to have a blook clot in the brain,?

A: A blood clot anywhere in the body is a clump of blood cells that clogs a blood vessel. A clot is always serious, but in the brain it is especially serious because it can cut off oxygen to parts of the brain, causing brain damage. Yes, it is possible to survive a blood clot in the brain, somtimes with brain damage, sometimes without. It will all depend on where the clot is, how big it is, how long it has been there, what parts it is blocking -- these are questions you or your parents should ask your brother''s doctor. blood clot in the brain is a pretty common problem. It is simply an artery in the vein explodes or clots. Some are fatal and some can be recovered. This...


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What Is a blood Clot?

A: Clotting is a critical process that allows damaged parts of the body to be maintained. When damage occurs to skin tissue or other tissue in the body in the form of a cut, blood starts to clot. A blood clot, or blood coagulation, is part of a process called hemostasis, and, during this process, bleeding stops because blood vessels restrict and a platelet plug is formed. blood clotting is essential to body repair and maintenance and, without it, a cut would continue to bleed, causing a person to hemorrhage. An abnormal blood clot condition called thrombosis arises when blood cells produce blood...


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How Do You Know That You Have A blood Clot?

A: There are a few symptoms associated with a blood clot. The affected area might be inflammed (reddened or swollen). Also the affected area may have pain with extension or flexion A blood clot is not always bad. When you get a cut, you want the blood to clot. However, inappropriate blood clots can form in small blood vessels, cutting off oxygen supply to tissue. This can result in a stroke, which would present with numbness in certain body parts. There is no way to tell for sure, other than to see a doctor and having testing done. That being said, some signs that occur in some (but not all) cases include swelling, discoloration, and pain. These signs do not appear for...


 
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