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Pearls and Pitfalls of Acute Chest Pain – Part 2

Mike Weinstock, MD and Rob Orman, MD
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It's part 2, let's hear Mike and Rob finish discussing chest pain risk stratification so that you don't miss these life threatening diagnoses!

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Laura J. -

I was always under the impression that exogenous estrogen was the culprit for increased VTE risk and thus IUDs /nexplanon would not increase PE risk.
Thoughts?

Mike W., MD -

Both nexplanon and Mirena (levonorgestrel IUD) have thrombosis/thromboembolism listed under 'adverse reactions' on the epocrates app. I needed to check this one to make sure, but unfortunately, it is so...

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