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    Prothombin gene mutation
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    ItalyG posted:
    I have been diagnosed with heterogeneous 6 years ago and lost 9 pregnancies and have two kids 5 weeks early. Doctors say if I didn't have them when I did I would have never been able to have a normal pregnancy. They act like aspirin is just fine. I would like to have another baby and I'm 30 I'm so scared I will loose another baby and mentally I can't Handel that. My doctors told me that it lays dormant until your mid 20's in most ppl. I'm more scars of my health if i would get a blood clot. It seems like it's nothing to them. So frustrating !!!!!!!!
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