My wife is 34 year old. Her INR is 3.34 and blood factor VII activity test showed less than 2%. Her CT and BT are normal. She has been advised to undergo gallbladder removal.
With same condition, she had given birth to two babies through normal delivery (second one was 1 and 1/2 years back). Recently, she had a tooth extraction without any extra bleeding. Kindly suggest the safe way to undergo surgery.
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Based on your query, my opinion is as follows:
Repeat INR before surgery.Regarding follow up:
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During her last delivery six packs of FFP were given, by this her INR reduced from 3.19 to 2.17. It was informed that this is the maximum quantity which can be given, otherwise patient can go into thermal shock.
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