Clot free

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Got a ct scan today and they said that the clot has gone. I'm guessing there is no scarring otherwise they would mention it I suppose the tight chest should go soon I'm guessing if the clot has gone

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    Hi James

    That is fantastic news that your clot has gone smile

    Your body will still take some time to fully recover, but great news

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    So pleased James. Whereabouts are you. My doctor in West Sussex England doesn't think I will have a scan to check if clots have disbersed which is a shame as I would like to know. Hope the rest of your recovery goes well. ? x

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      I'm from Crawley but I'm in Australia at the moment. I was complaining about not breathing properly in the morning after i get oyt of bed from doing nothing to my doctor and he said to do a lung function test and a ct scan. I get the results tomorrow but the doctor said he couldn't see any.

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      Ok thanks. I still get breathless going up hill and mowing the grass. Most days now I am fine. I used to be breathless just turning over in bed or in the shower. 9 months into recovery much improved 😊

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    hi james

    i just cameback to house from hospital

    i was admit last day because of fast heartbit

    and i cant breath i use xarelto for 2 months

    and they change now to eliquis its apixaban

    when u will stop to taking anticologant?

    and they add something on my med. for the heartbit

    i hope everythings will be fine now!

    i am really happy for u!!!




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