hey there...my mom has lupus and is very ill...she also has epilepsy...she gets terrible blood clots all the time..she is in and out of hopitals so much that usually when i get the call i have no emotion...i am just numb to it..i mean how many times can u go to c ur mother on her "death bed" as u were told and she pulls thru?? i mean, dont think im nasty here....i am glad she pulls thru but she is just sooo sick and they cant figure out why....my dad just called about 45 min agao...he took my mom to her shrinks..then they went to the doc where they both have coumadin levels checked..hers was fine, but doc said she had lost a lot of blood..asked if she had seen anything like in her stools or whatnot..she said no...they 2 yorkies and they were in the car so my dad took them home bc the doc wanted mom to stay a bit...dad gets a call on his way that my mom had coughed up a ton of blood and the dr had called the ambulance..she is in the hopital...and we are told she has a tear in her esophogus that is leaking all the blood...would tis have anything to do with lupus or is it completely separate??? thx for any thoughts/...
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