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Republican congresswoman Lauren Boebert of Colorado had surgery after “severe edema” in one of her legs revealed “an acute blood clot” and May-Thurner syndrome, according to a Facebook message from the lawmaker’s campaign.

Congressmember Lauren Boebert arrived at the UCHealth Medical Center yesterday afternoon due to significant swelling in her upper left thigh. The statement states that during a CT scan, medical professionals discovered an acute blood clot and determined that she had May-Thurner syndrome.

“Surgeons advised and arranged for a surgical procedure to remove the blood clot and implant a stent to treat her¬†symptoms. This morning, the procedure successfully concluded. Medical professionals anticipate her full recovery, with no major concerns for her wellness and no impediment to her capacity to carry out her work as a Congressmember, according to the statement.

In the 2024 election cycle, Boebert, who currently serves as the representative for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, is running for the 4th Congressional District.

As per the congresswoman’s campaign, Dr. Rebecca Bade stated, “We successfully conducted surgery on the congresswoman and anticipate her to make a complete recovery.” After a brief recuperation, patients with May-Thurner syndrome who have the surgery to restore blood flow and survive and work as they have in the past.

As stated in the campaign’s article, Boebert expressed gratitude to “Dr. Rebecca Bade and the whole staff at UCHealth Medical Center of the Rockies for their outstanding care and offering useful perspective on my recent diagnosis.” “I look forward to fully recovering and returning to Congress to carry on defending Colorado.”

Author: Scott Dowdy

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