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I was walking to church January 9, 2011, then noticed extreme difficultly breathing and chest pressure. I blamed it on rushing in the weather, seeing it was so cold out, and I was trying to rush. As I got inside the church, it seems to subside some, but left me feeling rather lethargic and just real tired. I sat through the whole church service, while people around me are staring at me, asking if I was alright. After an hour had passed, I was taken to the hospital ER right away. My sats had dropped below 80%, and I was rushed back to trauma. Immediately I had all tests done; Labs, EKG, CT, and Chest X-Rays. Once the D-Dimer came back, I knew it was bad. Normal high was 200; Mine was 1964. My CT showed Bilateral Clots in in both lungs, and a massive PE in my chest, between my Heart and Pulmonary Arteries; A Saddle Clot. I had at least a dozen clots in my lungs and a large DVT in my left leg, which showed no symptoms prior to the PE I had,. The ER me, he could not believe I survived it. He went on to say that most would not have lived through such a bad PE. I was put on Lovanox Injections twice daily for 9 days, and then on Warfarin. I was in ICU for 1 night due to Pneumonia I developed, and then 9 days in IMC. They put me on strict Bed Rest and I was on O2, continuously. I know what they say about symptoms of DVT, but had none whatsoever. Mine was in my left leg for over a month and was very large. I had been walking a lot, going here and there, without any problems. The only thing I did notice, was the extreme tiredness, and found myself falling asleep very quickly as though I would pass out. This is serious and most people are lucky to survive such a trauma. If you notice anything different or out of the ordinarily. don’t hesitate going go the ER to be checked.. Now I have “Post Thrombotic Syndrome”, which is similar to Phlebitis, in my leg, along with multiple, small clots. It took over 3 yrs. for my Warfarin to regulate, and am having to check it every week at home. God bless those who have lost their life to this, I pray for all those who have also had this happen to them as well.