Well I have to say it's nice to know I'm not the only one. I had surgery in Feb for a hsyerectomy. I almost died bleeding internally went septic had staph,pnuemonia it was awful. I had a second surgery after that I still was sick blood transfusion everything. I ended up there over three weeks came home on the premises that I would not do anything which I couldn't really but she knows me and we have three small children and ian slightly stubborn LOL . I had a nurse everday for my wounds and I was on IV for months. A week later I ended up with a PE. Quite a large one they told me I was lucky. Once again. Anyways my INR has not been regulated yet. Not once have I hit 2 my bloodwork last week was 1.5 and I have been on 12 mg for 2 months. I still am having chest pains and I was wondering if anyone is going through this? I'm not sure if I should go back to the hospital. I'm so frustrated. I was told it would be gone by August and I'm not even theraputic yet.
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