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Reversal of anticoagulation

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I have been diagnosed with right atrial thrombosis and am on anticoagulants andaspirin. Recently blood tests revealed total cholestrol at 467 and ldl at 197 needing second opinion and further treatment ... View answer

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I AM TRYING TO FIND OUT EXACTLY WHAT LUPUS ANTICOAGULANT BLOODCLOTTING DISORDER IS? I HEARD RUMORS THAT IT AFFECTS YOUR ORGANS AND CAN TURN INTO CANCER AND HAS THREE STAGES...IS THIS TRUE? MY DOCTORS WON T ANSWER ... View answer

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I have idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis. I take heart medication including iscover, Lipitor atacand dilatrend. I have seen NEPRINOL - serrapaptese -claims to help in scar tissue removal is it ok to take NEPRINOL while on... View answer

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Dr. Ashish Ranjan MD

I am curious, can type II diabetes be reversed with proper diet, excercise and weight reduction ? or is it once your diagnosed with it , it s with you for life ? I ve heard conflicting stories before on this ... View answer

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just studying, need a little clarification. are there any other oral ones out there (in the us)? duh. thank you! duh. thank you! duh. thank you! if you affect platelets don t you affect the coagulation cascade though?... View answer

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Dr.  Soumya MD

Hi Are you on anticoagulant medicines ?

Dr. Muhammed Aslam MD

Hi dear, This is a commonly used drug for conditions like prostatomegaly and some neoplastic conditions.side effects are mostly reversible. Take care. Thank you.

Dr.  Laxmikant Soni MD

Sorry it can not be reversed. An opinion from surgeon may help u. Thanks