You Don’t Have a New Blood Disorder

Many people have had what they thought were blood clots (DVT, pulmonary embolism, strokes) were from something called fibrin. When you cut your finger, the fibrin causes a cascade of reactions that causes blood to clump up and form a scab. However, this wasn’t the case for the past few years. Antibody against novel viruses have caused a lupus-like or rheumatoid-like reaction so essentially you’re attacking yourself. The reason why you don’t have a blood disorder is that we lose this antibody ability in 8-10 months. So your symptoms will lessen but will not undo the damage that has been done. Remain on aspirin or like products if you can tolerate it. But don’t lose hope, it will get better.

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