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Lupus And Blood Clots

Who knew that lupus could cause blood clots too??

“Lupus patients may also experience changes in blood counts such as anemia (low red cell count).”

Did you know March is Blood Clot Awareness month?! Blood clots are considered to be one of many symptoms in some cases of lupus. Not to mention, blood clots are more common in people with lupus. Clots frequently occur in the legs (called Deep Venous Thrombosus or DVT) and lungs (Pulmonary Embolous or PE). Less […]

via Lupus and Blood Clots — Lupus Foundation of America, Connecticut Chapter

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