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blood clotting disorders
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realtime - September 27

does anyone here encountered blood clotting disorder during pregnancy that resulted to loss? what are the causes for this and how will it be treated or avoided?

 

MarieLD - September 28

I've read from the other thread that you can take some pills to normalize the clotting.This is very interesting though,can't wait to hear more on this thread.

 

Kisses - September 29

A common blood clotting disorder is called thrombophilia. Causes maybe too much blood clotting factors or insufficient anti-clotting proteins. Pregnancy complications may include stillbirth and placenta abruption.

 

realtime - October 1

thanks for posting MarieLD. glad you find this interesting.

Kisses-are familiar with the treatment (if it has) for thrombophilia?

 

Lipstick - October 2

Not all women with thrombophilia will need treatment during pregnancy. She will still undergo some history check then if the doctor sees it necessary then usually low-dosed aspirins are prescribed.

 

Mae Param - October 4

I had 2 miscarriages due to APS and was cured by taking heparin. It was very hard to determine at first. It was two years ago but I still feel bad for the loss. I have a 2 yr old baby girl now, Karlie.

 

SusanRenz - October 7

I think blood clotting problems are easy to treat. Like Mae, it would only take some medications for it to normalize.

 

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