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Had unprotected sex. Taken Warfarin, Clexane. History of left leg blood clot, still birth. Pregnant?

I was diagnosed with a blood clot in left leg nearly 2 years ago and was put on warfarin but since then I found out that I was pregnant and was put on clexane twice daily but unfortunatly gave birth to a stillborn baby boy at 23 weeks and 2 days and after a week was put back on warfarin and about 4 weeks after giving birth had unprotected sex and am still taking warfarin but think I maybe pregnant and not sure what to do as don t want to be judged by anyone and ain t got the courage to go see doctor in regards to it
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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Firstly, when you are under treatment you should try to postpone pregnancy. If you are doubtful that you have conceived, I sincerely advice you to munch up the courage to see your doctor immediately as you need proper guidance and care in view of your past still-birth history. If you are pregnant, you may have to change the drug immediately and need further assessment. Good luck.
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