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Re: blood thinner

Postby eric593 » Mon May 24, 2010 3:32 pm

hwebb wrote:you could try altering your diet so your blood to naturally thin your blood. A low saurated fat, high omega 3 diet will do this. If you don't like omega-3 rich foods (like oily fish and flax), you could always use supplements....but then you're back to popping pills.

I distinctly remember reading a report from somone's husband here who said that he believed it was his wife's intake of omega 3 fish oils prior to her procedure that caused her to bleed more than usual from her incision.
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Postby esta » Tue May 25, 2010 8:38 am

hi skincoll
you know, now i have to learn more on this site regarding trusting the process and remaining stress free, because today i have a headache and I immediately jumped to restenising. I jump to that quite a bit when anything goes awry. I just got home and my jet lag is linering (it's a very long fight), and I think the reality of everything I've done is sinking in.
YET here I sit using my left hand on the keyboard, which I haven't done in a very long time!
SO, maybe today or even small pockets of time, I need to just live my life and enjoy and not sweat every little thing. But, I see its going to be another journey. Being home, and being on a holiday is very different, I see now, for my litmus testing regime like the keyboard thing!

At any rate, its the greatest thing to have this done, and if I do restenose, hopfully I can have iit done here...its a nobrainer for the difference I feel!
when I got a two week check up, it wasn't as good as at first, but maybe it never is, because not many get retested two weeks later, I almost wished I hadn't.
the best of luck to all embarking on this journey!
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