Early study found it had high accuracy, but experts say it won't replace colonoscopy anytime soon
by intoislas on Sat Jun 02, 2012 02:33 PM
New to website. I have been diagnosed with MGUS and Myloperliferative disorder. My apparent blood numbers are not high enough to be considered for any treatments. I have had two blood clots in my spleen. It's been almost a year since my diagnosis, I feel like a time tomb just waiting. Does anyone have any advice as what to do with a bad spleen? Over 60% is damaged. I have pain everyday with it. Does anyone recommend having it removed and will that cause me to have blood clots go to a different part of my body? Help, I'm in limbo!
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