Aspirin With Vitalzym

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beesd Says:


i'm taking 81 mg of aspirin a day for my heart, i had my Aortic valve & Mitral valves replaced with human valves, i also have a pseudo anurisem on the hert @ the spot where i amt stiched up after surgery.

1) is it safe enough to take (only 1 capsule / day) of Vitalzym (thins naturally the blood & dessolves scar tissue), without thinning my blood too much?

2) is it safe with the scar tissue @ the Surgery site?

3) is it safe with the pseudo anurism (it should not dissolve the scar tissue that holds the anurism from getting worse)?

please reply
thanx


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Verwon Says:

I'm sorry, but these natural products aren't tested and studied, as has been done with actual prescription medications, thus I really don't have any answers for you.

Even if I knew more about it, with such a complicated medical history, it wouldn't be safe for anyone to just jump in and advise you.

What you really need to do is talk to your doctor about it., they should be consulted, before you try taking anything new.

Are you on any other medications?

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