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I’ve been taking Xarelto for 9 months now. I had an unprovoked PE in April. They discovered Heterozygous FVL. Wondering if risk factors such as age, 47,depression, high stress, overweight, smoking and sedentary lifestyle attributed to DVT/PE. Since event in April, I have quit smoking, lost 40 lbs. (10 to go) eat very healthy diet and daily walking. I’ve read that one can change all risks/triggers and still have reoccurring DVT/PE. I really want to get off blood thinners at my one year mark, with the ok from Hema, Pulmonary but Cardiologist is not too keen on idea. I’m wondering why after changing lifestyle, reoccurrence is still an issue? Heterozygous FVL raises the likelihood only slightly. I hate these drugs. I realize they saved my life, I just can’t imagine being on any blood thinner for life. I’ve experienced all kinds of weird and terrible side effects from Xarelto and plan to switch to lower dose Elequis in a few weeks (hoping it’s better with less side effects). These drugs are so new, serving as a guinea pig freaks me out and to not know if they are potentially dangerous in the end. Has anyone read of any new statistics/studies re: new hope for DVT/PE after blood thinners are discontinued?