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I spoke to my GP today who told me she had my CT scan's results back,
I asked if she could have a look and was told first that it was great news as my massive saddle pulmonary embolism has gone.
But the scan showed multiple blood clots at the bottom of both my lungs,
I asked how many was there in each lung and was told she couldn't count them all.
I'm not sure if I will still have to see my consultant as it's his specialised field,
( so hopefully he would know more)
But I was given IV thrombolytics at the time when they found the saddle blood clot, I was told to save my life, and that the Rivaroxaban was to get rid of any of the blood clot that was left plus it would stop another clot forming as it thinned my blood.
So please can someone explain to me why have I now got multiple blood clots in both my lungs?
When it was only on the 1st April that they found the Saddle PE and they treated that with IV thrombolytics and taking orally Rivaroxaban, which I'm still taking.
Sorry I probably sound stupid as I thought I could not get another one while I was taking Rivaroxaban and also how in such a short time have I got more PE's in both my lungs? 😢
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