Had active PEs and DVTs in May and started on injections then. Still doing it. I have an appointment with a hemotolgist but the earliest they could see me was in early December. My gyno onc is keeping me on the lovenox for the three months after surgery to make sure I'm ok. Then I want to have a full work up etc to see what the deal is. I'm hoping that now that the cancer is gone, the blood will go back to normal again.
BUT I wanted to know if anyone has been told not to fly. Right now my onc doesn't want me in a car for more than a 2 hour trip. (I'm 6 weeks out of a full hysterectomy, but he says this because of the clots. He didn't want me more than 2 hours from the hospital prior to the surgery) Certainly I know that if we're on any road trip, we're going to be stopping and walking around every 2 hours, turning a 9 hour trip into something much longer. We found a direct flight to our daughter's -- about 2 hours. Then there's a two hour drive from the airport to her house. Seems like it's broken up reasonably as far as "walking around" is concerned. And they do have hospitals in Ohio.... but is there any reason why I can't fly for a short flight?
I have suffered with profuse nightsweats that wake me a minimum of 2 to 3 times a night. Ive had my thyroid tested seen doctors. No one can give me a clear anwser. Sadly it isnt menopause either. This all started when I was 40. Im going to be 55 in 3 days. I havent slept thru the night in 15 years. Due to my own research on the matter I have come to belive it is caused from my Complex PTSD.I...
Good morning dear friends it's nice and sunny the birds are singing what a lovely day, what's the weather like were you are to day and what are you going tobe doing. Have a great day dear friends.