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History of lower limb DVT. Should I continue Acitrom?

7 year back i.e.2005 i had right lower limb deep vein throumbusis( DVT ) since that time i started to eat acitrom 2mg.i left eating of acitrom 2mg.2008 to 2009 i had suffered with cerebral veinus sinus throumbus(CVST),and then i started to eat acitrom 2mg for alternate days i.e 1-0-1-0-1-0.... to till date.Please let me know whether i have to continue to eat acitrom 2mg. or stop.if i should continue,tell me why?
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Thanks for your query

i can feel your concerns

since you have suffered from two events of thrombosis in the past,you cannot stop your anticogulant therapy.

it is recommended that patients suffering from two episodes of thrombosis will continue taking anticoagulant therapy mostly lifelong

i advise you to continue with your drug and donot alter it's dose without consulting your physician
i am available for your help
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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