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sutherngrl
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Has anyone had a blood clot due to Lyme Disease or possibly from neurotoxins? I had a blood clot 6 months ago and I think my blood got thick from too many toxins.

I am pretty sure that I am over lyme for the most part, but many toxins are left behind that cause me to have stiffness in all my joints. I feel much better as far as the other symptoms of LD. My Lyme doc thinks I have toxins left behind causing these symptoms.

I am on coumadin to thin my blood, but I am nervous about getting off of it, until all of my symptoms(stiffness in my joints) are gone.

Any information will be appreciated.

Thanks
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Carol in PA
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Look into systemic enzymes, which reduce the fibrin that causes hypercoagulation.


Hypercoagulation (Thickened Blood)
http://www.diagnose-me.com/cond/C546624.html


How systemic enzymes work
http://www.newswithviews.com/Howenstine/james174.htm

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17hens
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Are you helping your body to detox?

I agree that too many toxins cause stiffness in the joints. That's what happens to me too. Everytime I do a coffee enema, I feel tons better.

I plan to buy a FIR sauna as soon as I can afford one and use it regularly for this very reason.

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Get tested for Factor V Leiden mutation as well to ensure that you don't have a natural blood clot inclination. If you do, they may want you on blood thinners for life. Coumadin is the old option but Pradaxa is a newer, better but more expensive option...

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How are you sure you're over Lyme? Just curious. I'm sorry to hear about the blood clot. [Frown]
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Have you been tested for the MTHFR mutation? It can cause blood clots.

http://labtestsonline.org/understanding/analytes/mthfr/tab/test

http://mthfr.net/

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sutherngrl
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Seekhelp, I think I'm over lyme because most of my symptoms are gone. The fatigue, feeling like I have the flu, the neuro stuff......all better. All thats left is this pain.

My doc thinks its neurotoxins, but did not offer a way to get rid of it. Said it goes away in 1 to 2 years on its own.

I am scared to take any herbal remedies since I am now taking coumadin. Most things don't interact well with coumadin.

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