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stefi42
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Hello everyone!

It's been 4 hours since my IV Ozone treatment and I haven't stopped bleeding from the IV site. If I apply pressure nothing comes out but if I remove the gauze, blood starts flowing out.

It's not even just a little. No it's actually a lot of blood for the little time I remove my head to check if it's stopped.

My veins have been a mess these last couple weeks. They hurt like crazy and are always swollen and hard even days after treatment.

What should I do?

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Sorry to hear of your troubles. Are you getting enough Vitamin K to help with clotting?

Best advise I can give is to call whoever it is watching your case and giving you this stuff and get them to help you. Do you have an IV nurse? Doctor?

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Adding to what Tincup said:
You can ask them about things that helps vein integrity like bioflavonoids, Vitamin C, Cataplex C by Standard Process and also Cyruta Plus by the same company and horse chestnut.

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how much heparin was in ozone ? how are your platelets count? ...im trying cordyceps and wheat grass to increase mine

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stefi42
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Tincup and lookup: I do take vitamin k and c but I will look into everything else.

Bluelyme: I know it wasn't a lot but I'm not sure of the exact number. I'll have to ask tomorrow. I've noticed that it's been taking a lot longer for my blood to clot the last couple of weeks, even with simple cuts.

I'm going to do some bloodeork today bc I do think my platlets might be low bc I also have an excessive amount of bleeding as well as little amounts of blood in my stool. Just another thing to worry about :/

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