Is Heparin the only anticoagulant used in hypercoagulation

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by catnip51, May 16, 2003.

  1. catnip51

    catnip51 New Member

    Just wondering anyone that is being treated for hypercoagulation if Heparin is the only choice and if so why not other anticoagulants. I'm waiting for a few blood test to come back, couldn't afford the one from Hemix labs so talked dr into doing a few others that may lead him to believe that may be the problem. I'm on Aspirin now because of MRI showing white matter which they are trying to elminate the possibilites mentioned on the MRI, small vessell disease, lymes, migraines, demyalating. Trying to get answers and its a long road. My mother had a stroke at 56 and heart problems run in the family, i'm leaning towards the blood clotting problem.

  2. PatPalmer

    PatPalmer New Member

    Digestive Enzymes from your health store will help deal with Hypercoagualtion.
    Mine come in tablet form and are cheap as chips..