What do the effects necessarily mean?
If your effects demonstrate very low or standard D-dimer degrees in the blood, it means you almost certainly really don’t have a clotting dysfunction.
If your effects demonstrate better than standard degrees of D-dimer, it could necessarily mean you have a clotting dysfunction. But it are unable to demonstrate exactly where the clot is situated or what variety of clotting dysfunction you have. Also, superior D-dimer degrees are not normally prompted by clotting complications. Other problems that can cause superior D-dimer degrees involve being pregnant, coronary heart disease, and new operation. If your D-dimer