Muddle-headed Kay (mhw) wrote,
Muddle-headed Kay
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You can all relax now (I hope!)

Because they'd had to find a spare slot for me, I wasn't surprised that I had to wait a while for the actual scan, but I had some Dickens that I'd not read before with me, so I didn't grudge the time.

No DVT. No pulmonary embolism. The chest pain and breathlessness was almost certainly just due to the chest infection.
A thrombosed surface vein which will probably recover in a few weeks.
No more Clexane injections needed.
I'm to rub ibuprofen gel into the area if it gets too achey.
Frequent gentle exercise.

Hurrah, eh?
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