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  • Answer: A blood clot is when your blood in your veins collect making the blood not flow through your veins.
  • Answer: It is evident in the medical tests you have received.
  • Answer: It depends where it is. You might feel a localized sharp pain in the affected area . Usually if something is occluding your head or neck, you will feel pain and pressure in your head like when you are at an unusually high elevation.A deep vein thrombosis in your legs, especially behind your knee is VERY painful and persistent. Do NOT rub these things. You can break them loose. If you suspect this, please see a doctor or go to the ER.
  • Answer: first, you will experience severe constipation, then you will have diarrhea. it will hurt. then your veins will explode causing you to die
  • Answer: If your blood does not clot it means that a person is in danger for blood loss from the smallest injury.
  • Answer: Blood clots happen because normal blood flow is necessary to supply oxygen to organs and extremities and to carry carbon dioxide away from these tissues, damage to a blood vessel could jeopardize life sustaining functions by allowing blood to leak out
  • Answer: A blood clot can cause your leg to swell, become sore or painful (especially when walking), the skin can get red, and you might have a warm spot on it somewhere. Some blood clots can break off or move around, which can be very dangerous. If a blood clot reaches your lungs, your symptoms can be that of it being difficult to breathe, chest pain, a fever, cough (with or without blood in it), rapid heart beat, and you might faint easily or have fainted several times on a row or within a short amount of time from each one.

    If you have any symptoms of blood clots, seek help as soon as possible!
  • Answer: Is it safe to fly with a blood clot
  • Answer: blood does clot and so can your arteriesit will clot if you will have a major accident...
  • Answer: Internal blood clots are very dangerous to the brain. If a blood clot anywhere in the body becomes dislodged, it can travel to the head causing stroke or death.
  • Answer: Blood clotting is an important recovery measure in the case of injury. A loss of blood means a loss of blood pressure which would then deprive the critical supply of oxygen to tissues.

    In contrast people with hemophillia (http://www.answers.com/main/ntquery?s=hemophilia) and do not have the necessary clotting factors often bleed to death.

  • Answer: eat it with pie... although for consistency issues, you may want to clot it more or less
  • Answer: When an injury tears open a blood vessel, blood platelts stick to the broken vessel. Fibrinogen gathers on the platelets and changes into a tangled network of fine threads, which in turn catches more platelts and blood cells. The platelets and Fibrinogen cause the blood to clot.
  • Answer: Poor refrigeration
    Vials with no anticoagulant
    Expired anticoagulant
    Sample forgotten on the test bench
    General carelessness
  • Answer: plasma

Why blood does not clot in body?

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