Why a Clotting Disorder Matters When You are Trying to Get Pregnant
Dec 15, 2021
Today's question is: What can be done if there is a clotting disorder when TTC?
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04:25- TODAY’S QUESTION: WHAT CAN BE DONE IF THERE IS A CLOTTING DISORDER WHEN TTC?
04:39- DR. TABATHA BARBER’S INITIAL RESPONSE
- Sometimes we don’t even know we have it- what are we looking for?
- Family history of clotting disorders and other things to consider
- Checking genetics and understanding gene mutations
- Microclots in the placenta and how that can lead to miscarriage
- “If you haven't had a complete mockup- it would be worth talking to your obstetrician about.”
- “They typically run the tests if you ask. If they don't you have to ask if you are seeing the right doctor?”
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