27 Sep '17, 2pm

Visit NBCA's newly updated resources for information about blood clot treatment:

Visit NBCA's newly updated resources for information about blood clot treatment:

Follow-up care with blood thinners is a crucial part of your treatment. Be sure to always take your medication as prescribed, go to all appointments, and stay in regular communication with your healthcare provider. Always let your doctor know if you experience any blood clot symptoms and/or potential medication side effects. It’s also a good idea to know your test results throughout your treatment and provide your doctor with a list of the medicines you take to help monitor possible drug interactions. Likewise, be sure to ask any questions or discuss all of your concerns during your physician visits.

Full article: https://www.stoptheclot.org/learn_more/blood_clot_treatme...

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