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Commented on My Name is Veronica, Co-Founder of INR Tracker, and I have a blood clotting disorder. Ask me anything. almost 2 years ago
Hi Veronica, Thank you for sharing your story! I am looking forward to keeping track of everything on your website because every two weeks, my INR fluctuates from too high to too low and my Doctors and I are stumped.
On another note, do you know of anyone who was able to go off of blood thinner after they have gone on it and do you know their secret? I did meet one person and he said the key to his success was reading 'Eat Right for your Blood Type' and strictly abiding the rules put forth for his blood type. Within a year, he was off the blood thinner.
I suffered DVT's three years ago. I am a very healthy eater and get tons of exercise. In fact, the reason I had the DVT's (which I was completely unaware of at the time), was because I had been replacing breakfast every morning with a juicing shake packed with spinach, kale, chard, and other very high in Vitamin K foods. I was working out at the gym for an hour, six days a week. I felt like I was in the best health I had ever been in until my leg started hurting and I found out it was DVT.
So my question to you is whether or not you think a person could get off blood thinners if they closely monitor their Vitamin K intake?
Thanks in Advance!
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