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Diet, exercise and side effects of Deep venous thrombosis (DVT)

Hello Sir, Iam Rajendra Betigeri , male 59yrs. I am suffering from Diabeties from last 8 yrs.. Recntly I was diagnosed with DVT in KLE Hospital Belgaum, Karnataka.. I have been operated on with IVC filter.. I want to know what is the ideal diet for this and excercise.. Is it curable I mean will the filter removed in the later stages.. I f not is there any other side effects.. I am taking Acitrom 3mg Daily one.. Please help me out with this.. Ph:9448440367
Asked On : Sun, 8 Aug 2010
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Dear Rajendra ji

DVT is caused by Vascular Blocks
vascular blocks , it can be cardiac like IHD, CAD or cerebral LIKE cerbral infarction or it can be present in limbs causing DVT
body is equipped with to cope with this problem of vascular blocks by natural occurring physiological process called Angio-genesis
it is under control of the growth factor called epidermal growth factor and fibroblast growth factor

IN DM there is lack of different growth factor and more damage to the vascular tissue and other tissue
it can be very well treated with Ayurvedic medicine with growth factors
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or visit
there is very good articles you can view or click on following links
Answered: Sun, 5 Sep 2010
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