Prevention and Treatment of DVT/PE in Pregnant Women (Guideline) - PulmCCM
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  One Response to “Prevention and Treatment of DVT/PE in Pregnant Women (Guideline)”

  1. I am an Indian and diagnosed with Homozygous Factor V Leiden Mutuation in Dec’2010. I had gone through DVT & PE episode in Dec’2008 and luckily survived. The trigger was hormonal therapy for treating PCOD by my HCP. I want to conceive but doctor’s in India are very skeptical and not ready to help/treat me. I am really upset and down. I take 5mg/7.5mg warfin daily and keep my INR between 1.5 to 2.5. Can someone share the treatment & risk associated with pregnancy for Homozygous Factor V Leiden Mutuation patient.