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Had blood clot, put on blood thinners, feeling woozy, had significant amount of blood drawn. Reason?

I was in the hospital over the weekend for a blood clot and have been put on blood thinners. I went back to work today and am feeling woosy. I ate breakfast and lunch. Should I be concerned? I should also mention I had a significant amount of blood drawn yesterday at the hematologist. Could this be the reason or am I just exhausted?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Well a common side effect of taking blood thinners is getting nausea, so that could very well be the reason.
The other reason being a lot of blood being drawn yesterday (I doubt this is the reason though)
As such dont worry too much about it, but do inform your doctor about the nausea when you meet him again.
I hope this answered your question.
Answered: Fri, 21 Jun 2013
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