I had severe liver problems 15 years ago--ended up bleeding too easily, could not take aspirin, and when took too many vits and antioxidants, ran into probs with the bleeding.
Have "cured" the cirrhosis part (with diet and supplements-and time), but still have diffuse parenchymal liver disease--liver needs special care (again diet and supplements), and does not do well with meds, and works on and off at its own pace (still not sure what that is
But prior to lliver probs, had Dark Field test done--rouleaux effect, clumping of blood cells, so too thick.
Yesterday, had phlebotomy done, and the technician doing the bloodletting had to use a sort of pincer device with bearings to squeeze the blood along thru the tubing--it was hard to start it flowing, and hard to keep it rolling thru the tube--so again, thick blood.
What i was just thinking-- way before the liver problem, had severe optic neuritis, lost vision in one eye for a few weeks, and extreme pain--typical MS scenario--so thick blood then seen in the Dark Field test (no correlation made with the MS, just that needed more Vit E, niacin).
Then for a while with the sever liver probs, blood actually too thin.
Then resolved the cirrhosis, yet still with liver probs, and again with thick blood.
The MS symptoms over the years waxed and waned--not sure if at this point could easily go back and try to correlate the fluctuations to the thick/thin blood--but certainly now has me wondering. There is definitely a connection here.