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Update on Hal's Clot
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Last March, Hal (my unvaxxed husband) developed a blood clot in his leg out of the blue. Here’s what happened and what we did to fix it. (Click here for a more detailed story.)
Monday he was fine, leg a little stiff.
Wednesday he was in pain, leg feeling very swollen and sore. I suspected blood clot because there was no injury, nothing to explain the pain. I had never researched blood clots, neither of us had ever had one, but that just seemed like the right call.
Friday he could not walk without terrible pain
Saturday he did an ultrasound. I heard the ultrasound technician gasp when she saw it — it went from his groin to his ankle and was extremely painful.
Saturday night we went to the hospital because EVERYONE said he could die… Which he could have, but we don’t trust hospitals or the “care” they give.
In hospital 30 hours, they gave him IV Heparin, then Lovenox, 3 shots, one every 12 hours. The drugs were all anti-coag/platelet to stop the clot from getting bigger or having parts break off which is what kills you: pieces go to the heart/lungs and cause a pulmonary embolism.
When we asked what makes the clot dissolve, we got the exact same answer word for word from everyone we asked: “Your body will absorb it.” Nobody knew HOW but they all knew this would happen.
He left the hospital Monday in the exact same pain he came in with.
He also left with a scrip for Eliquis at $1000/month which does not dissolve the clot but is simply more anti-coag/platelet. I did a lot of research and concluded that Eliquis is the new Xarelto which was the new warfarin which was the new aspirin. Hal started taking 3 reg aspirin/day.
I was already taking Serrapeptase for scar tissue and knew about Nattokinase which dissolves excess protein in the blood. All the top C19 docs recommend Nattokinase for dissolving clots if you’ve had the jab or C19 (which McCullough calls the “clotting virus”). Dr. Ryan Cole has some good info on Nattokinase and clots. He says docs have been using it for years to dissolve clots after long flights.
Hal still takes 3 aspirin everyday (I take 2) plus Nattokinase 2x day (am and pm). MUST be taken on an empty stomach or else it switches from being a proteolytic enzyme to a digestive enzyme.
He also left with a bill for $30K which Medicare paid. At 65, you are forced to accept Medicare or else you don’t get SS. What a racket.
Results & Resources
Within 3 days of coming home and starting Nattokinase (which we had), the pain was gone. Within 7 days, the swelling was gone. None of it has come back.
Click here for more info on aspirin than you ever thought you’d want.
IMO, aspirin is a must for everyone, boomers especially. Bloomberg did an article in 2013 stating that if we all knew how well aspirin worked to stop all manner of illness and took it everyday, we’d break the pension system because we’d live so long. (If there’s a paywall, hit reply or comment below and I’ll send you the article.)
HOW TO TAKE ASPIRIN
DISCLAIMER: Aspirin famously “causes” stomach issues. But researcher Georgi Dinkov says there are no studies that confirm a stomach/aspirin connection.
This is how we take it to mitigate any potential stomach issues:
Put aspirin in 3-4 oz water, let it dissolve.
Add 1/2 tsp baking soda which acts as a buffer.
When fizzing stops and water is clear (like 20 minutes), drink the clear water leaving the white residue at the bottom.
He’s fine, no pain, no clots. If we weren’t still taking Ignatia for anxiety, we’d both be anxious that this could happen again. But Georgi’s research says aspirin will keep the clots at bay. Hal’s planning to have another ultrasound and I’ll update here.
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