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The person with DVT and or Pulmonary Embolysm should not read this forum as a first point of understanding and support. 

A responsibility to health and care is paramount so patient centric information is primary concern.

I read the PE threads thus far; feel the comments and experiences are not consistant my own DVT & Pulmonary Embolism and patient logical understanding (imo).

Resulting in turbulent, tranquil experience. 

thank you 

 

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    well I'm very glad for you that you have had a positive outcome; however the point is that for many of us, the medical profession, we feel has let us down- not in terms (in my own case anyway) of the treatment received but the utter lack of follow up afterwards, and the lack of understanding from them that we have just had a dice with death in many cases, and need supoprt beacuse of that, not to mention the fact, and it is a fact, that many of us have longf-lasting effects rom our PE that has a huge imoact on our lives. i agree- go with what the medics tell you but often that either isn't bery much or is conflicting.
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      i thank you for having the courage to reply to me. Based on what you have written, I read your feelings and observation.  My mirror to your reply to me is the way in language is used define doctor<>patient<>diagnosis<>cure> cycles and helixs.

      In exchange in words where the primary driver is not solution led. In the todays society - medicine costs money. I can continue to write my thoughts on this subject.

      Thanks again for replying, my tear duct is working as I expect it to, I'm fortunate to have lunch today. smile

      rachel63208, I like answering your queries, I hope you understand my view____ Pepperoni pizza in the microwave. ;-P

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    (((...I have made the following association...

    epilepsy, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombisis and the flashing lights on the internet

    )))

    1. observe, take note and improve

     

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    My observation,

    Within the uk, there are associations with colours.

    For someone like me, saturated red and green outline themes remind me of stop, go, stop, go.

    whilst reading online, at times, it is possible from my view to have environmental induced epileptic memories based on polarising colors and connection with my heart beating...

    Why not, consider mixing the colour pallette to pastel shades?

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