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What are the risk involved with hcg drops?

I am 37 and and 4 years ago i had a pulmonary embolism after i had my daughter (a couple weeks later.) i was on blood thinner for about a year and now just a baby asprin daily, i was told i could never take birth control pills because of my PE, are the HCG drops safe for me since i was told it was probably the hormone levels that caused my PE?
Asked On : Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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welcome to hcm
thanks for the query
pregnancy and puerperium are predisposing for pulmonary embolism
also oc pills can predispose to this condition
if you have conditions like homocystenemia, or some thromboembolic diseaseor dvt(depending on the underlying condition then you have to consult a physician and be on regular follow up
hcg drops are not helpful . you have to find out the exact cause by consulting physician then you can go for treatment
take care
Answered: Fri, 5 Aug 2011
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