Good Morning. Just wondering. Where have all the heart transplants gone? I have been lurking but have not seen any posts from my old transplant friends. In August of last year, I met my goal of 20 yrs with this wonderful heart. I have been through the "Refiners Fire" so to speak this past two years. I am amazed and deeply grateful that I am still here. It is amazing what the human body can endure. I have been under outpatient Palliative care with Hospice - so wonderful to not have to endure all the testing and doctor stuff. I am on only the necessary meds now and under pain management. Just wondering does anyone know of any transplant person that developed a clotting disorder that cannot be diagnosed? I suffered a brain hemorrhage on Coumadin while at a normal level of 2.2. I was taken of all blood thinners and in two months suffered more clots - one clot so large it formed in my left leg from my ankle to my knee - one solid clot. I am now on Eliquis, a new blood thinner, but have been told this is a last ditch effort and it is not a matter of "if" I brain hemorrhage but "when." Since, being under Hospice type care I have found such a sweet peace and am grateful that I can spend whatever time I have left in total tranquility I celebrated my 78th birthday in January, shortly after we moved to Mount Vernon, WA, with my family. It's wonderful to be near children and grandchildren. My love and best wishes to all you brave and wonderful transplants. Are we a blessed bunch?