Sylvia Pasquel she was emergency hospitalized due to a thrombosis allegedly caused by a fall she suffered in Turkey; She knows more about this condition.
As We inform you this Friday on TVyNovelas, Sylvia Pasquel suffered a new setback in her healthand in “Ventaneando” it was confirmed that Silvia Pinal’s daughter She was hospitalized in an emergency in Mexico City because he would have suffered a thrombosis.
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According to what is detailed in the show program, apparently thrombosis that now afflicts Sylvia Pasquel It was triggered by the fall he suffered during his vacation in Turkeysame as prevented him from attending Michelle Salas’ weddingin Italy.
Due to this news, which strongly shook the entertainment world, many people have wondered What is a thrombosis and what are its symptoms?: Learn more about this condition.
WHAT IS A THROMBOSIS, THE CONDITION OF SYLVIA PASQUEL, AND WHAT ARE ITS SYMPTOMS?
Thrombosis, according to the Mayo Clinic website“occurs when a blood clot forms in one or more deep veins in the body, usually in the legs“; this condition prevents blood and oxygen from circulating normally through the veins, which can cause severe tissue damage and even death.
Initially, the specialized site reads, thrombosis cannot cause noticeable symptoms; However, the discomfort progresses more and more until it becomes a severe health problem. Leg pain or swelling is usually one of the first symptoms to appear.
On the other hand, the Mayo Clinic details that the formation of clots or thrombi can also occur “if you don’t move for a long time, for example, when you travel long distances or when you are on bed rest after surgery, illness, or accident”, as was the case of Sylvia Pasquel.
BE CAREFUL WITH THESE SYMPTOMS!
- Swelling of the legs.
- Leg pain, cramps, or pain that usually starts in the calves.
- Change in the color of the skin on the leg, such as red or purple.
- Sensation of heat in the affected leg.
WHEN SHOULD YOU GO TO THE DOCTOR?
One of the most serious complications of thrombosis is pulmonary embolism, so you should seek emergency help if you have:
- Sudden shortness of breath
- Chest pain or discomfort that gets worse when you breathe deeply or cough
- Feeling lightheaded or dizzy
- Accelerated pulse
- Fast breathing
- cough with blood