No treatment is required if you do not have symptoms.
If you develop blood clots, your doctor may prescribe blood thinners (heparin followed by warfarin). Higher-than-usual doses of warfarin may be needed.
The outcome is usually good with appropriate therapy. Some patients have difficult-to-control clots with recurrent symptoms.
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