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Thursday, December 13th 2012, 4:39pm

can you inject clexane anywhere other than your tummy?

I have to take clexane everyday as I have mthfr heterozygous mutation and am pregnant but can someone please tell me can u inject anywhere other than the belly cuz its full of lumpy bruises and its really hurting now plus finding it difficult to find new places to inject to. Someone please answer as my belly is looking like a dalmation an its really hurting now :( I know its worth it but any advice anyone has about them I would be greatful to hear.

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Thursday, December 13th 2012, 10:14pm

Hi there and congratulations on your pregnancy. I had to take clexane for the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, but afraid I cant answer your question as I also used my belly. It does get very painful, the only advice I was given was to make sure I didnt touch the area where i'd injected as that causes bruising. I hope someone can give you an answer soon xx
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Friday, December 14th 2012, 10:09am

Thank you. Yeah I've been making sure I don't touch it. It seems like its getting more painful the more I do u would think u would get used to it wouldn't ya lol x
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Friday, December 14th 2012, 10:27am

Strange WMG as my hubbie is taking it just now as he has had an operation and was told specifically NOT to inject in his tummy as would cause bruising. When I did it I had been told the opposite - he was told to do it in the fleshy part of his upper thigh and he has practically no bruises. I am pretty sure some ladies here have also used their thighs - can you ask NHS direct or someone?

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Friday, December 14th 2012, 11:35am

Hi Hun

Congratulations on your pregnancy x yes you can take it in your thigh. I swapped from tummy to thigh for the same reasons as you and I checked with hospital x
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