Support group for people who have Factor V Leiden Mutation, created by eHealthMe (http://www.eHealthMe.com). To join the group, do any of these: create a post to introduce yourself, ask a question, or simply follow the group.
I have stage 4 Endometriosis along with Leiden Factor 5. I'm simply looking for ideas to help my symptoms from others dealing with the same thing. I experienced severe fertility issues but I am now blessed with 3 beatiful children.I recently tried the lupron depot but after 4 months it started causing me more problems. I am trying to find a more natural way to deal with this.
Post created 10 months 1 week ago
I'm a 40 year old female who just recently started suffering with boils. I also have factor v. Wondering if there is a connection between the two.
Post created 10 months 2 weeks ago
I have factor v Leiden and low testosterone levels. I have tried Viagra and it doesn't really work for me. Has anyone tried testosterone replacement despite the threat of DVT? What other options can I try?.
Post created 11 months 6 days ago
can I take minastrin 24Fe or is it dangerous?
Question created 12 months 1 day ago
I have Factor V Leiden and was recently prescribed meloxicam... Should I be worried??
Post created 1 year 3 weeks ago
Hi, I'm Adrienne and I have Factor V Lieden. I was also recently diagnosed with Pleurisy and told to take Ibuprofen. If it doesn't work, I'm considering naproxen. I'm just not sure of the negative effects with my blood disorder.
Post created 1 year 1 month ago
I am heterozygous and also have Bradycardia with severe fatigue.
Post created 1 year 2 months ago
My name is Glen, I had a stroke three years ago and it was from a clotting disorder? I spent almost 6 months trying to get back to a normal life after a a stroke
Post created 1 year 3 months ago
I had a mild stroke in July 2015. I have had MS for 15 years. Recent blood work showed I have two copies of the Factor V Leiden Mutation (homozygous). A doctor told me to take Xeralto immediately an said I would be on in for the rest of my life. Everything I have read on-line tells me Factor V Leiden mutations do NOT cause strokes. I have never had a blood clot and actually during a surgery about 3 years ago I experienced a great deal of internal bleeding and required a blood transfusion (2 pints). I am going to get a second opinion (appt. not until April) but I am wondering whether or not I really need to be on blood thinners for life. I was on Avonex for 15 years and did fine on it. A new MS dr. started switching my medication around and I got very sick on Copaxone and switched to Aubagio, but then found out the "new MS dr." was not suitable for me and switched again. Currently I am not taking medication for the MS but will probably go back on Avonex after I figure out this whole blood thing.
Question created 1 year 4 months ago
Discovered I had Factor V Leiden 17 yrs ago when hospitalized
With a blood clot. Recently diagnosed with RA.
Post created 1 year 4 months ago