Warning. Women have a different blood clotting

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Warning. Women have a different blood clotting

Postby Rici » Fri Oct 29, 2010 5:03 am

Hi
In the veins are the blood without oxygen and there is no pressure. Stents should be avoided in the women veins. Informed me that my doctor and doctors in Moscow.
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Postby 1eye » Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:49 am

This is interesting. Doesn't have anything to do with 2x prevalence?
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Re: Warning. Women have a different blood clotting

Postby PCakes » Fri Oct 29, 2010 9:45 pm

Rici wrote:Hi
In the veins are the blood without oxygen and there is no pressure. Stents should be avoided in the women veins. Informed me that my doctor and doctors in Moscow.
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Hi Rici,
Are they saying.. woman are more likely to experience low blood pressure and veins with low blood pressure are not a good place for stents?
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Postby ClaireParry » Sat Oct 30, 2010 12:03 am

I think this is really interesting.

I was just considering why it is that many more women appear to clotting than men. I thought may be I had just missed something but perhaps I haven't. If anyone can shed some light?

I will have a research myself.

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Re: Warning. Women have a different blood clotting

Postby Rici » Sat Oct 30, 2010 3:20 am

PCakes wrote:
Rici wrote:Hi
In the veins are the blood without oxygen and there is no pressure. Stents should be avoided in the women veins. Informed me that my doctor and doctors in Moscow.
greetings
Rici


Hi Rici,
Are they saying.. woman are more likely to experience low blood pressure and veins with low blood pressure are not a good place for stents?


ClaireParry wrote:I think this is really interesting.

I was just considering why it is that many more women appear to clotting than men. I thought may be I had just missed something but perhaps I haven't. If anyone can shed some light?

I will have a research myself.

Claire


Another blood clotting are women. It is related to the menstrual cycle.
It has nothing to do with blood pressure.

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Clotting Time varies greatly between people

Postby MarkW » Sat Oct 30, 2010 4:54 am

A medical/family history should be undertaken before venoplasty and stenting. This would indicate whether a clotting time test is needed. Using medicines should not be guesswork, there are lots available for different people.

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Postby Puma » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:39 am

Hi my Friend.

Is it possible that Dr Simk does not know it. Strange or even more...

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Re: Clotting Time varies greatly between people

Postby Cece » Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:57 pm

MarkW wrote:A medical/family history should be undertaken before venoplasty and stenting. This would indicate whether a clotting time test is needed. Using medicines should not be guesswork, there are lots available for different people.

Thanks, that is helpful.
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Postby blossom » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:12 pm

markw, i agree 150 percent. unfortunately for us that had the procedure already it was not the case. you would think that that would be the norm since clots happen in veins say concerning the kidneys or legs. .

was wondering, if it has to do with the menstrual cycle what about women like myself that have had hysterectomy yrs. ago or those that have gone through the change of life??
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Postby Salerdog » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:37 pm

Run the numbers. More women than men have MS. Is it any wonder statistically more of them are clotting?
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Postby Rici » Sun Oct 31, 2010 3:25 am

Salerdog wrote:Run the numbers. More women than men have MS. Is it any wonder statistically more of them are clotting?

Hi
I heard that, the diameter of veins in women is 30% smaller.....
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People are different

Postby MarkW » Sun Oct 31, 2010 5:40 am

This not just a matter of sex but many other factors which impact clotting. Read up on how diet impacts clotting if you doubt my advice:

A medical/family history should be undertaken before venoplasty and stenting. This would indicate whether a clotting time test is needed. Using medicines should not be guesswork, there are lots available for different people.

I am sorry for those like Blossom who did not know in advance of their treatment. Its one of the issues of being an early adoptor. Please remember the surgeons/IRs are learning about venoplasty in a different population than previously treated with angioplasty. Patients can help by writing up their medical/family history before travelling for their therapy.

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Postby heartsandskulls » Sun Oct 31, 2010 8:35 am

blossom wrote:markw, i agree 150 percent. unfortunately for us that had the procedure already it was not the case. you would think that that would be the norm since clots happen in veins say concerning the kidneys or legs. .

was wondering, if it has to do with the menstrual cycle what about women like myself that have had hysterectomy yrs. ago or those that have gone through the change of life??


I would definitely like to hear an opinion on how a menstrual cycle or menopause would affect the possibility of clotting. I am only 30 but had a hysterectomy 6 years ago due to the fact that I had fibroids and clotting issues (I have a very low clotting factor).
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Postby zinamaria » Sun Oct 31, 2010 11:59 am

Hi Mark, And thank you for the information you provided here. You mentioned 'see how diet impacts clotting', could you be more specific, or provide some links? I would be very much interested. Thank you.
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