Eagle  Peter Fairfield wrote almost 3 years ago

not on any blood thinners. don't know anything about inr or why doctor ordered this test

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Brachiosaurus  warrick - (1) - posted almost 3 years ago

You can relax Peter, an INR of 1.0 is a normal persons INR who is NOT on any anticoagulants, so that's what it should be. INR stands for International Normalised Ratio, an INR of 1.0 (normal) is a standard average clotting time of around 10 seconds, which is you.

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Eagle  Peter Fairfield - - posted almost 3 years ago

Thank you so much. I had not heard of the test. Every time I tried to find out, I was directed to this sight. I hope you have a healthy and happy holiday season.

Thanks again,

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