Lovenox For 1 1/2 Yrs

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Carol Says:


I have been taking Lovenox for 1 1/2 years for a DVT (ankle to groin) and multiple clots in my lungs (all four quadrants). No one can figure out WHY I grew the super clot...it did not reabsorb and is still there. I had a Tulip filter put in before surgery (remove ovary) because suspected cancer...pathology was normal, but the CA 'number' went down. I now have osteoporosis (my Dr. says is from Lovenox)...I don't want more clots, what am I to do????



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David Says:

Clots are generally related to one's diet and/or smoking habits. In my honest opinion the best way to clear blood clots is to clean your blood. The best way to clean your blood is to eat primarily fruits and vegetables in their fresh raw state.

For something similar to a blood transfusion, I'd highly recommend a double shot of wheatgrass juice everyday followed by a glass of coconut water.

Aside from staying hydrated all day (peeing clear), I'd strongly suggest consuming watermelon daily (juiced or whole), and/or with lots of lemon water. If you want to take further precautionary measures, Id recommend looking into Essential Oils and finding one's that help detox and thin the blood. The essential oil of Helichrysum Italicum helps clear the accumulation of bloods or blood clots.

Most importantly however, are your dietary habits. Consuming low/no fat foods is a must to help unclog the arteries. These foods are primarily fruits and veggies, but can also be beans, potatoes, rice, etc. This will have the most beneficial long term effect if you can stick with it.

I hope this info helps!

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