" ...May-Thurner Syndrome. The last time that I went to the doctors, they did an ultrasound and said that the blood flow was good and everything looked fine. I am debating what my next step will be. ... "
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May-Thurner syndrome is a rare condition in which blood clots, called deep venous thrombosis (DVT), occur in the iliofemoral vein due ...Read on Wikipedia
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May Thurner Syndrome & Pain
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May Thurner Syndrome
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" Hi Lisa,Were you diagnosed with May-Thurner Syndrome? I had something very similar ...in and am having similar pain. It will be a... "
" ...had a stent placed for May-Thurner syndrome two days ago. I ...since stent placement, have been in significant pain, especially with movement. Have ...underlying cause of the pain, and the pr... "
" ...wife recently switched from neurontin (Gabapentin is the generic) to Lyrica for the nerve pain, her pain is more generalized (arms & ...You may want to research May-Thurner syndrome, if it is o... "
" ...if I have May-Thurner Syndrome because the doctors ...vein. Do you? The pain is in the ...located. Do you have May-Thurner Syndrome? and have you spoke to your doctors about the pain? I have,... "
" Hi Dee, Have you been checked for May-Thurner syndrome? If I were you I ...veins) dvt and I still have pain in my groin 6 months later. I don't have the tenderness in my pelvic area though.... "
" ...pain almost everyday since these were placed mainly when I lay down at night. I struggle too with getting a good nights sleep and find myself sleeping in a chair sometimes for relief. I take... "
" My vascular surgeon discovered my May-Thurner Syndrome during my thrombolytic surgery to treat my iliac/femoral/vena cava DVT. My thrombolytic surgery was ...again. I do have some pain every month ... "
" ...said venography doesn?t always show it. I must admit that patients suffering from May-Thurner syndrome usually have the pain in the back of the thigh and not in the front, so maybe... "
" ...clot doing angioplasty. It is sore but nothing compared to the pain I felt before. I also have May-Thurner Syndrome. How long were you sore anfter your angioplasty Sharon? Thanks... "
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