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I may have blood clots in bi-lat legs. I am have excurtiating pain in back of my calfs could I still be prone to blood clots ?

I m very scared that I may have blood clots in bi-lat july i was hospitalized for 2 1/2 mos w/hi risk preg.complete bed rest entire time had twins 12 wks premature w/c-sec now this last past week or so i am have excurtiating pain in back of my calfs could i still be prone to blood clots? or could it be something else. i have no medical insurance to go to dr. can someone please help?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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If you need help while your in the hospital. ALWAYS ask for a hospital social worker. They are there to help you. Most hospitals have financial assistance programs. They can reduce your medical fees 50 percent more or less. If you get a doctors medical fee. Always call the doctors office & tell them I can not make a full payment, but willing to make small payments. I am actually paying off a radiology bill from 2 months ago. I agreed $10.00 a month. I know its not fun being poor or without insurance.
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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