According to MedicineNet, “Thrombosis is the formation or presence of a blood clot in a blood vessel, i.e. any vein or artery. The clot itself is referred to as thrombus. It is called a thromboembolism if the clot breaks loose and travels through the bloodstream.” The origin of the word is from the Greek word θρόμβωσις (thrombus) which means a lump/clump a curd/clot of milk. Many women today suffer from this disease, and many are not even aware that they even have it.
Thrombosis can be caused by any of the following:
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There are many medical conditions and ailments that people suffer from as a result of their lifestyles that could have been prevented. In a vast number of cases, the conditions can be controlled and in a few cases total recovery is possible. Five Short Health Articles: Thrombosis in Women, Water and Heart Attacks, Jaundice, The Causes and Treatments of Anemia, and a Pre-Diabetes Diagnosis Opportunity discusses the symptoms of those conditions and how they can be treated. In some cases, early detection can lead to the affected individuals being saved from costly medical bills later on in life, allowing them … Continue Reading “Five Short Health Articles – Free Kindle... Read More »