What do the “Experts” Say?
According the Heart.org on Treatment of rare blood clots due to covid vaccine, I would argue they are not rare but at-least a predominant organisation is covering the issue, lets see what they have to say about the matter.
They say people are more likely to suffer from blood clots from having covid 19 than from the vaccine, wheter or not you agree with this is non of my business.
From both my own experience and from talking to people and also factoring in the numbers of “covid cases” are massively distorted I would make the case that the vaccine is more likely to cause blood clots.
Now it would be unprofessional for me to tell you to go against your doctors advise or for my to give medical advise in any capacity. I will later give my thoughts on what the best course of action is to reduce the change of getting blood clots.
What Will My Doctor Advise?
Your doctor in most cases of being diagnose with blood clots will prescribe you an anticoagulant medication such as bivalirudin, argatroban, fondaparinux, danaparoid or DOAC an (direct oral anti-coagulant). No heparin products should be given in any amount.
Blood clots are diagnosed and detected using an MRI scan; they will also do a blood test which will contain just some of the following tests:
- CBC (Complete blood count)
- Platelet count
- A peripheral smear (count the types of blood cells)
- A prothrombin time (to detect the time taken for blood to clot)
- Fibrinogen test, (measuring for the presence of fibrin, a protein that indicating blood clotting has started.
- Partial thromboplastin time, (measures how long it takes blood to clot, specifically factor VIII, factor IX, factor 1V and factor XII)
This is all well and good, but one of the issues is that many doctors and healthcare are very cautious to speak out against the vaccine and often when they have done have been censored by the mainstream media and even social media. Then, even when these buffers get passed, the pharmacetical companies have been given complete legal indeminty anyway.
What is Our Suggestion?
Like I said, this is my personal opinion, not medical advise. I see no long term issue with using the pharmaceuticals for solving blood clots, but these like most pharmeceuticals have long term side effects and are no long term solution. Coupled with the fact these are usually offered after suffering from the blood clots.
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