I have been diagnosed with a blood clot in the apex of the left ventricle of my heart. Of course, I am now on WARFARIN. INR tests show blood viscosity @ 2.1 - good range. To date, there are NO symptoms associated with this malady.
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What is the prognosis of this condition? What symptoms should it manifest?
This is something you need to discuss with your doctor(s). Your doctor has your history, can do an exam, look at tests and results, and give you his/her opinion.
If you are not comfortable with your current doctor, I suggest seeing another doctor for a second opinion.
Yours in health,
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Report This| Share this:Blood Clot In Left heart VentricleDear Anon_28904,<br /> <br />This is something you need to discuss with your doctor(s). Your doctor has your history, can do an exam, look at tests and results, and give you his/her opinion.<br /> <br />If you are not comfortable with your current doctor, I suggest seeing another doctor for a second opinion.<br /> <br />Yours in health,<br /> <br />Byroney
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