It's been 3 weeks and 2 days since I was diagnosed. I still don't know what exactly was the cause of the PE though I was on birth control for 9 months before this happend and I have some cousins who all have blood clotting disorders. A few blood clotting disorder tests that they did should come back with results this week. So far I've only seen my primary doctor though. I made an appointment with a hematologist in a few weeks and I'm also concerned though about my lungs. For the past few days I've felt a lot more normal than I was and i can work out and everything but most of the time i still feel like my breathing and lungs are out of whack. Does everyone see a hematologist and a pulmonologist after a PE? Is it necessary? What should constitute a good reason for seeing a pulmonologist?
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