Does the shock factor ever go away? I am only 3 months post-DVT which I know is not long, but I'm really in this state of, "Wow. I could have died. Not only COULD I have died, I really should be dead." It seems like I am just now starting to grasp how serious and fatal of a condition I was in. Like each day I seem to accept a little more fact to my situation. I had a "horseshoe" meaning it was in both of my iliac veins plus it ran all the way down to my left ankle. I had to have an iliac filter placed...blah blah blah. Anyway, I'm just really in this state of shock about it lately and it's kind of weird. Has anyone else experienced this? I've known this was fatal and I could have died since the day I was admitted to the hospital, it's just the severity of it all is really sinking in.
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