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Asthma,antiphospholipid syndrome,DVT,PE,paroxysmal AF,COPD.

I have antiphospholiped syndrome, history of DVT and PE and suffer paroxysmal AF, COPD , Asthma and severely reduced gas transfer (33% function), I am on Diltiazem 240mg daily and Digoxin 125mcg daily and ramipril 2.5mg and warfarin with a target INR of 3 - 4. Can the Paroxysmal AF add extra threats to my throwing off clots
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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Maintaining INR 3.5 to4 with warfarin there is no chance of throwing clots while having atrial flutter. Anti phospholipid syndrome is a mineable to all these problems you have described. You are on the right path of using anticoagulation along with conventional treatment for it. You need something more for anti phospholipid syndrome. A good internist need to be consulted
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