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Posted by: zee | 2011/12/06

spinning

is spinning good if you are having bloodclots?

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Hi Zee

Well, the bloodclots need to be managed independently, but the addition of exercise can be safe, yes. It depends entirely on the condition of the bloodclots, and that's something your doctor needs to manage. Is it symptomatic, how serious is it etc?

So your doctor ultimately makes this call, but eventually, it would be advisable to work towards training in some form. Perhaps in the beginning, spinning would be a little too intense, but it will be part of training at some point.

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Posted by: fitnessdoc | 2012/02/02

Hi Zee

Well, the bloodclots need to be managed independently, but the addition of exercise can be safe, yes. It depends entirely on the condition of the bloodclots, and that's something your doctor needs to manage. Is it symptomatic, how serious is it etc?

So your doctor ultimately makes this call, but eventually, it would be advisable to work towards training in some form. Perhaps in the beginning, spinning would be a little too intense, but it will be part of training at some point.

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