Anagrelide For Essential Thrombocytosis

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charles Says:


I've been taking hydroxyurea for E.T for 8yrs. now. Would vinpocetine be of any help?

Also, what about pregnenoline?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Charles! How are you? I'm sorry about your condition.

Both of these are just considered supplements in the U.S. The FDA has not approved them for any medical use.

According to some research articles, Vinpocetine is said to have cerebral blood-flow enhancing effects.

Pregnenolone is a steroid hormone and while I'm seeing various benefits claimed for it, such as being neuroprotective, I've not seen anything about it helping with these types of blood issues.

Have you consulted your doctor? There might not be any harm in trying them, but only your doctor can say with any certainty.

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Thank you for your thoughts.

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