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Clexane injection after surgery
My mother has had an esophagogastrostomy 20 days back. She used to take warfarin for 11 years because of her thrombosis ( DVT) surgery. Although because of her esophagus surgery, doctor suggested to take Clexane injections until she starts eating from her mouth. Now she's taking soft food comfortably. Should we stop Clexane and move back to warfarin? Her body is filled with black spots because of injections.
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It's because of.thrombocytopenia ..can u connect .. I'll explain what to be done
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Patient's detailed medical history is required. It is recommended to consult a doctor professional through the Practo app or visit a local medical facility for a thorough evaluation. Please keep in mind that detailed medical history is crucial for proper diagnosis and treatment.
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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