I thought I’d post some information on hypercoagulation since it’s something that most likely affects many people, and yet I rarely see anyone discussing it. I recall reading that 70% of scleroderma patients have hypercoagulation. Unfortunately, the article later disappeared so I didn’t save a copy of the URL.
“Hypercoagulation, or thrombophilia, may be defined as reduced capillary blood flow or a greater tendency than normal for blood to coagulate, or clot. Of approximately 900 borreliosis patients that I tested, 90 percent had hypercoagulation. Comparatively, only five percent of the general healthy population has hypercoagulation, due to infections.”
Asperin will not do anything for red blood cell aggregation.It’s a whole different thing.Somewhere I think I have a link that talks about mino being able to fix it.Anyway you might like to know that mino works for people that do not have any infection because it stops our IL6 and TNF-!b. I think RA has IL4 and Lupus has IL10.If you want links to that I can send them