Fish Oil

Last Update February 12, 2016
Category: Dietary supplement
Fish oil is oil derived from the biological tissue of oily fish. Fish oils contain the omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA)...
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#86 in Fish Oil discussions - 122 posts discuss DVT with Fish Oil.

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posts about the use of fish oil in treating DVT. I thought...
| www.dailystrength.org
" I'm confused by the posts about the use of fish oil in treating DVT. I thought fish oil was contraindicated in people who are on coumadin, so I've stopped taking... "

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coumadin. I like to take fish oil everyday which seems to...
| www.everydayhealth.com
" I have a deep vein thrombosis (blood clot) in my right leg behind my knee.  Was told to walk to get the clot to dissolve.  Received a heparin like substance in hospital.  Trying to get regulated on... "

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9 months, only taking fish oil caps and Pycnogenol. Asked...
| www.dvtforum.com
" Stopped taking Warfarin Nov 10 after 9 months, only taking fish oil caps and Pycnogenol. Asked my ...said it would not prevent DVT/PE. First week I felt very ...bronchitis.The last week on... "

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aggregation index. I had dvt and pe and take warfarin...
| www.dailystrength.org
" Lubrokinase, garlic, arginine, ornithine, EDTA, fish oil, tumeruc, gingko, etc all help ...platelet aggregation index. I had dvt and pe and take warfarin 2.0 - 3.0 inr but ...your arteries and valves. It's... "

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does have a slight increased risk of bleeding, especially...
| eldercare.infopop.cc
" ...had an episode of deep venous thrombosis and is being treated with coumadin. Fish oil does have a slight increased risk of bleeding, especially in combination with other blood thinners, so the... "

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blood clotting disorders. I got a dvt in my calf when i...
| www.healthcaremagic.com
" ...blood clotting disorders. I got a dvt in my calf when i was pregnant with my last child almost 4 yrs ago. I took Lovenox during the remainder of ...baby aspirin a day and fish oil. My question is: is... "

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fish and took Carlson�s fish oil supplements. Most causes...
| www.dvtforum.com
" ...way will it prevent a DVT, that is a bunch of crap. Before my DVT I ate no beef, no ...and ate fish and took Carlson�s fish oil supplements. Most causes of DVT are not related to diet. My DVT/PE has a... "

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troke. Sorry for my poor choice of \"thins\". I had a DV...
" ...is right that technically aspirin and fish oil dont \"thin\" the blood, like he said they are anticoagulants. Which means they help keep blood clots from forming. Stroke is a blood clot lodged... "

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king them. I also take fish oil.My FS this time didn't reall...
| www.bubhub.com.au
" ...taking them. I also take fish oil. My FS this time ...CoQ10. I was also put on 100mg asprin/day from the day of transfer - however my understanding was that this was to reduce the risk of DVT should I... "

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taking supplements like fish oil, curcumin, Vitmain E a...
| en.allexperts.com
" ...Hi Rickey, I had a DVT (clot) in my right leg 2 years ago. I had a Greenfield Filter implanted. The MD mentioned taking coumadin for life. I, instead, ...a more natural approach by taking supplements... "

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