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What to Know About DVT and Pregnancy

Blood clots are a rare complication, but it’s important to understand that pregnancy does in fact make it up to ten times more likely that you will develop one. The risk of developing a blood clot also increases as your pregnancy progresses, and it is actually highest during the first three weeks after you give birth. The most common type of blood clot during pregnancy is called deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
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