earlier this year (2004) my friend had a blood clot in her leg but at the time she was 16 and 30 weeks pregnant.

The hospital said she needs to take 9mg of warfrin a day.

Every so often something strange happens to my friend.

Once brown watery fluid poured out of her nose like blood but it wouldn't stop. Was it the warfrin?

Her legs and arms go purple and dead. Is that the warfrin?

Also she is very argumentative but I don't think that is the warfrin.

If any one reads this and has any info or if they too are a sufferer please feel free to e-mail me I would be extremely greatful.

thanks for reading
dr man

p.S. The baby has been born a healthy little girl.
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replied April 25th, 2019
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