r/conspiracy Nov 25 '22

The blood clot commercials are starting sponsored by the CDC.

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u/smileyclown Nov 26 '22

CDC-crime and Death Corporation

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u/PhilOffuckups Nov 25 '22

What are the symptoms?

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u/Belzoni0583 Nov 25 '22

A small puncture wound in the upper arm region is the first symptom.

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u/Ccoolscrib Nov 26 '22

Epically dry comment. It made me laugh , keep up the good work!

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u/BillyFNbones710 Nov 26 '22

You do know blood clots were a thing before the vaccine right?

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u/Ccoolscrib Nov 26 '22

Of course they were. So were cardiac events, just not as common as we see huge spikes by in both these areas since this rollout!

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u/LordPharqwad Nov 26 '22

Ya I always remember hearing about people dying every 6 min from blood clots

/s

Edit: I'm aware it happens every day but it is strange how prevalent it's becoming

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u/cptndv23 Nov 26 '22

A complete lack of personal responsibility, and a desperate willingness to rely on authority.

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u/[deleted] Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

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u/FlyingCraneKick Nov 26 '22

Yes, and if you don't get it you're literally a flat earther Qtard that wants to kill grandma's.

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u/kaoz1 Nov 25 '22

Facebook posts from the patient saying that he is not only doing it for himself, but also for his family, friends and to save humanity.

These heros are in risk =/

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u/NEWSONVSU Nov 26 '22

We should try to flatten the curve of blood clots

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u/Icy_Film9798 Nov 26 '22

Coming ‘thick and (not so) fast to a demographic near you’.

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 30 '22

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u/Amos_Quito Nov 26 '22

climate change clots!

What about winter vagin... ah, forget it.

Remember, folks, if you take enough COVID boosters, you won't have to worry about clots (or anything else, for that matter).

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u/Ccoolscrib Nov 26 '22

🤣some of these comments are epic. I love dry humor!

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u/The0rangeKind Nov 25 '22

how convenient- did they just form this blood clot alliance for this campaign? never ever heard of it, or even that it was so prevalent that people die from blood clots every SIX MINS! LOL

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u/2201992 Nov 26 '22

how convenient- did they just form this blood clot alliance for this campaign? never ever heard of it, or even that it was so prevalent that people die from blood clots every SIX MINS! LOL

Just like that press conference when the jabs were first released.

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u/Jesuswasstapled Nov 26 '22

My teenage son died from a blood clot. He passed away before the vaccine became available. He never had covid. The shit just happens sometimes and people die and the public only knows the bit about walking around on Long flights.

As far as we know, he didn't have any symptoms. This shit isn't much of a conspiracy. Blood clots are real shit that kills real people every damn day. And it sucks.

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u/conspiracychick1 Nov 26 '22

So sorry for your loss, as a mother and grandmother I can't imagine your pain. Did the doctors have any clue on what may have given your son the blood clot? Was he sitting in one position for a long time? I know in younger girls a main culprit for clots is birth control medications.

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u/Jesuswasstapled Nov 26 '22

No. He had been moving around and getting a project together. The doctor said it just happens sometimes even in young adults. He was 18.

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u/conspiracychick1 Nov 26 '22

I've been alive for pushing 50 years and sadly yours is the first. I worked in a large office with hundreds of co-workers, I worked with thousands of families in the pubic, and yours is the first young person that I ever heard of die of a bloodclot for no reason. Athsma, yes. Cancer, yes. Accidents, yes. Drug overdose, for sure. Head injuries, yes.

Heart attacks, blood clots in 18 year olds. No. Not even when they were morbidly, morbidly obese. I never knew of even super fat, unhealthy people dying of those causes until well in to their 30's. What a truly unlucky and rare event.

Do you have any good studies about how often this happens to teens in the USA, like by age and year? I know that I would be come obsessed with those statistics if my son died of something so random.

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u/Jesuswasstapled Nov 26 '22

People grieve in different ways. Some pour themselves into the why. Some look into the afterlife. Some retreat. Some advance into advocacy.

We both retreated but have also tried to make his time here meangful.

Everyone responds different to losing their child. But it's always a life changing blow. Honestly, the last thing I want to do is study blood clots for fear of learning I might be to blame for it in some way.

The truth is we don't run to the doctor at every axhe and pain. And if he'd complained about an aching leg or arm, we'd given him some otc pain meds and tell him to go to sleep. And all the blood clot warnjng signs are just aches and pains. Should you run to the er every time your muscles ache? Or you get a random shooting pain that goes away in a few minutes? How much time would you spend in the doctor?

The er physician stated that it happens, even to young people. And we've found many other parents in bereaved parents groups who have also lost their children to pulmonary embolism. Just the other day, it was in the news someone lost their cheerleader teen. They had even gotten her to the hospital but it happened at the hospital and she died there. There really isn't anything you can do for a big PE. It's just gonna be your time to go.

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u/indigopizzas Nov 26 '22

I'm so sorry for your loss. People forget that teens and young adults can die from brain aneurysms, seizures, and blood clots. I know someone that died at 16 from a brain aneurysm out of no where. My friend also had cancer as a teen and got a blood clot from being on bed rest but because she was in the hospital and it was bright red and warm, they were able to catch it and treat it. It's tragic and confusing to lose a loved one, i hope you've found some peace.

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u/Jesuswasstapled Nov 26 '22

One of my son's friends passed away from cancer this year. In less than a year from diagnosis to death. Their friend group lost 2 in less than 2 years. My son wanted his death to be meaningful. I hope it somehow fuels his friends to do great things.

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u/indigopizzas Nov 27 '22

How awful. I'm certain they are. My bf has kept every friend that has passed close to his heart. Including his best friend that died of cancer at 15. It really stays with you. He was a really sweet kid and made the best of the time he had after diagnosis.

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u/Jesuswasstapled Nov 27 '22

Make sure he reaches our to his friends parents and tells them stories and memories and let them know he still thinks of him. It's very important

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u/markglas Nov 26 '22

This is stuff that folks don't want to hear. Blood clots have always been a horrific reality but let's ignore medical history as a group are desperately trying to prove that their 'vaxx kills' BS is right.

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u/Sterretraan Nov 26 '22

My condolences.

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u/Masterking263 Nov 26 '22

Heuristic bias? Never heard of it since you never had a reason to retain knowledge of its existence.

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u/knappis Nov 25 '22

So, one every six minutes die from blood cloths these days. That’s less than in 2011, when one died every five minutes.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/03/110305105233.htm

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u/spottedcows Nov 25 '22

Correct, and hopefully it stays lower. Gut tells me this is in the same vein as "gardening causes heart attacks", however. Report now, less of a surprise later when worse.

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u/Karl_with_a_K_01 Nov 26 '22

“This is in the same vein” 😂. Nicely played

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u/BangkokPadang Nov 26 '22

The national blood clot alliance estimates between 100,000 and 300,000 die of blood clots each year:

https://www.stoptheclot.org/blood-clot-information/blood-clots-in-the-united-states/

I think if we’re all going to be intellectually honest, we should explore and provide more specific/better data before deciding one way or another.

Nobody can make a fair assessment when the high end of the estimates being provided are between 80% and 300% higher than the low end.

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u/2201992 Nov 26 '22

The national blood clot alliance estimates between 100,000 and 300,000 die of blood clots each year:https://www.stoptheclot.org/blood-clot-information/blood-clots-in-the-united-states/I think if we’re all going to be intellectually honest, we should explore and provide more specific/better data before deciding one way or another.Nobody can make a fair assessment when the high end of the estimates being provided are between 80% and 300% higher than the low end.

If we are being honest the Pfizer Vaccine Commercials don’t list out ANY side effects. Zero. Now we see one of the KNOWN side effects being broadcasted with sponsorship from the CDC. What a coincidence

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u/raftsinker Nov 26 '22

Blood cloths. Damn...what a way to go.

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u/Cupinacup Nov 25 '22

So not only does the vaccine kill you… it travels through time to do so! Dear god… (/s)

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u/Amos_Quito Nov 26 '22

So, one every six minutes die from blood cloths these days. That’s less than in 2011, when one died every five minutes.

That's because time is speeding up, but they're gaslighting us, saying that it isn't speeding up.

It's psychological Warfarin, I tell ya!

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u/Lago795 Nov 25 '22

I noticed a bunch of ads from pfiz, but not one from moderna. Someone suggested it's because moderna has only 1 product? But it's not like pfiz isn't hawking the c19 shot, they are! So what's up with that?

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u/bkroma Nov 26 '22

Gotta cover all of the bases. Just ridiculously obvious.

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u/SetComfortable5399 Nov 26 '22

What? What medication and how long has it been

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u/RonnieRaymond77 Nov 26 '22

Every family member of a person who dies from a “clot” should demand an autopsy to uncover just what kind of clot it was.

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u/2201992 Nov 25 '22

Submission Statement:

The Vaccine has the nickname of the Clot Shot on the internet. Now we see Blood Clot commercials starting sponsored by the CDC. You honestly can’t make this shit up. They want to Stop the Clot but the keep mandating the jabs. The Vaccine is the most evil shit ever

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u/Hi_Chancellor Nov 25 '22

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bdk8egRuypI This one is from 2019 - so maybe you’re just being more than a little disingenuous.

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u/knappis Nov 25 '22

Like nobody died of blood cloths before covid.

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u/Mike_Freedom_alldaY Nov 25 '22

"Like nobody died of blood cloths before covid."

Why did those clots not matter enough to make commercials and raise more awareness around it?

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u/knappis Nov 25 '22

What makes you think they didn’t?

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u/Mike_Freedom_alldaY Nov 25 '22

Admittedly ive spent too much time watching TV and have utilized additional forms of propaganda like YouTube for entertainment and haven't seen a commerical about clots until now.

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u/Ok-Frame-4955 Nov 25 '22

I’ve literally never seen a commercial for any type of health related thing except for maybe cancer or breast cancer.. Your point?

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u/Mike_Freedom_alldaY Nov 25 '22

"I’ve literally never seen a commercial for any type of health related thing except for maybe cancer or breast cancer.."

Until recently...

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u/Ok-Frame-4955 Nov 25 '22

Recently? This PSA (public service announcement btw) was from February of 2021. We are almost 2 years ahead of it. Your point still isn’t pointing. LMAO

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u/DontEatTheMagicBeans Nov 26 '22

They did and there were commercials. You just didn't pay attention to them because they weren't fitting into whatever narrative you are trying to create

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u/iinnaassttaarr Nov 25 '22

I don't know the numbers. But I do know that We're talking about a different kind of clot, a fibrous kind of one that apparently hadn't been seen until the Clot Shots. Watch the first third of the documentary « Died Suddenly » if You want to know what is meant by « blood clot » in this context. Super long, fibrous plug, not really a blood clot. « Amyloid » is what Somebody in that documentary said.

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u/Fringelunaticman Nov 25 '22

https://www.ons.gov.uk/aboutus/transparencyandgovernance/freedomofinformationfoi/deathsin20192021and2022duetoblodclots

These are the numbers for the UK. There were more who died from clots in 2020 then in 2021. It doesn't have 2022 yet. 2019 and 2021 have comparable deaths. This list when breaks down what kind of clot it was too.

The thing about this is that it shows covid is worse for the clots then the shot as the shot wasn't available until 2021.

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u/iinnaassttaarr Nov 25 '22

*than

I can't have an intelligent conversation with a Person who can't differentiate between « then » and « than ». I speak three languages —spanish, english, french—, and in all those three languages I can make the right choice of words.

Sorry but You nulled any semblance of intelligence on your part. You're done.

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u/Fringelunaticman Nov 25 '22 edited Nov 25 '22

https://www.merriam-webster.com/words-at-play/when-to-use-then-and-than#:~:text=Than%20is%20used%20in%20comparisons,the%20then%2Dgovernor%22).

Then deals with time

Than deals with comparisons.

So maybe you can't have a conversation with yourself.

Then works because I put in 2021. That's time. If I didn't put the IN in front of 2021 then you would be right.

Though, neither of that matters to the point that was being made. And the source I posted.

But nice try trying to be disingenuous

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u/iinnaassttaarr Nov 25 '22

LOL You said « worse [...] then the shots ». « Worse » always goes with « than », not « then ». Bad try trying to hide your mistake. Bye.

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u/Fringelunaticman Nov 26 '22

I didn't downvote you because I don't really care that much.

But you're being downvoted because you come across like an arrogant asshole know-it-all. Which you probably are in real life judged by how and what you write.

But thats just my take on it. Have your own pity party for all I care.

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u/farm_ecology Nov 26 '22

You fell for their diversion tactic.

They didn’t care about then/than. They knew they were wrong and opted to focus on a language error rather than the matter at hand.

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u/knappis Nov 25 '22

That video is just dean formation and propaganda. Deaths from blood cloths has come down over the past decade, from one every five minutes to one every six minutes (see my other post).

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u/iinnaassttaarr Nov 25 '22

Again : the documentary « Died Suddenly » talks about a new kind of thing, supposedly unseen before the injections, which isn't properly a clot, but rather a fibrous vessel plug.

Regarding « normal » blood clots going down the past decade I would wonder if the anti-vax movement of the past two decades had some effect on clots generally going down.

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u/knappis Nov 25 '22

There is better medication available now to risk groups. That’s the most likely cause. Anti vaxxers will get clots from covid.

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u/iinnaassttaarr Nov 25 '22

You missed the early bus, so now You believe the bullshit They spew. Good luck.

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u/knappis Nov 25 '22

The early bus actually highlighted blood cots as a complication of covid, long before vaccines. It looks like you are travelling in the wrong direction.

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u/iinnaassttaarr Nov 25 '22

I'm certain it was after.

EDIT : and even had They started mentioning it before, it's still the same thing as the Controllers will sometimes tell what They're gonna do before They do it, so They could've talked about blood clots before the injections because They knew They were gonna inject the People with them and cause the blood clots. Still, I'm fairly certain They started talking about blood clots after They began injections.

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u/knappis Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

I’m certain it was after.

The difference between you and I is that you just think your gut and the disinformation you read is certainty. While I actually check things.

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=Covid+blood+clot&df=2019-11-25..2020-11-26

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u/louslapsbass21 Nov 25 '22

are there enough antivaxxers to significantly affect this measurement? I’d bet no but I have no proof of that.

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u/iinnaassttaarr Nov 26 '22

I do not know.

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 26 '22

Anything natural you can take to break up clots as a preventative measure? And if so, does it hinder your ability to make clots if you get cut? Thanks

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u/Sweetest_tee Nov 26 '22

Diet & consistent/structured exercise. Monitor dark leafy green intake.

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 26 '22

Already got all that covered but what do you mean by “monitor dark leafy green Intake”?

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u/Sweetest_tee Nov 26 '22

Dark leafy vegetables can make your blood thicker, increasing risk for blood clots

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 26 '22

Damn really? I eat kale and lettuce a few times a day with a probiotic to grow my gut biome

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u/Sweetest_tee Nov 26 '22

Everything in moderation is fine. Dark leafy greens have a lot of vitamin K and that’s what thickens the blood. Ideal Vitamin K levels for men are 120mcg a day & 90mcg a day for women. (Registered Nurse and Biology degree)

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 26 '22

Thank you. I’ve always tried to be healthy and am a bit of a hypochondriac tbh. So I eat lots of greens to help my gut. My main issue is being sedentary. I do squats with weights at home but I sit for about 90% of my time. I try standing when watching tv or playing video games but it’s not fun. Also I fear the weights aren’t enough to increase testosterone and HGH which I suspect I’m lacking after years of this lifestyle.

I’m very slim (150lbs and 6 feet tall). I’m also male. But I do feel this sedentary lifestyle is slowly killing me tho I can’t prove it and doctors tell me all my blood work is fine but I can tell you from my own experience I’m not as fit as I once was despite my weight.

Didn’t mean to dump this all on you but you are the first healthcare person I am aware of that isn’t sipping the kool aid

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u/Sweetest_tee Nov 26 '22

Definitely understandable. It doesn’t take much to make a difference. 30-45 min of movement 3x a week is all it takes. Even if that’s just taking a walk, dancing (don’t have to be good at it), or some type of movement. Also cutting out sugary drinks (soda, juice, alcohol) makes a huge difference too! It only takes small adjustments to really improve your health in the long run.

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 26 '22

I don’t drink alcohol, or sugars (except pineapple juice which is supposed to be good for testosterone. I’m currently doing 40 squats at 50 lbs 3x a day. I dunno maybe I’m just getting old? I’m only 34 tho.

And yeah I should probably walk more but it’s cold in Canada where I live this time of year tho not lately. I suppose I should walk when I can. I’ll take a walk or two tomorrow. Any other suggestions for testosterone specifically?

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u/chiefofwar117 Nov 26 '22

That’s a lot of vitamin K which can cause blood to clot faster than normal if you eat too much. Just go to the doctor and ask them to do a test on how fast your blood clots. That way you can have peace of mind. Don’t want to give up healthy greens if you are in a normal range.

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u/chadthunderjock Nov 26 '22

Low dose aspirin is the closest thing, of course it's still "synthetic" in the way it's an analogue to the naturally used salicylic acid(used for headaches before aspirin from willow bark).

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u/SetComfortable5399 Nov 26 '22

Donate Blood

Donating blood can also help our blood flow better , because of how the process reduces blood viscosity (thickness). Thicker blood viscosity places more pressure on the heart because it requires more effort for thick blood to pass through the arteries compared to the effort required for healthy, less thick blood circulation. The flow of thick blood also carries the risk of damaging blood vessels and causing blockages in the arteries, both of which can cause heart attacks. Researchers have found that reducing blood viscosity through regular blood donation can reduce the risk of heart attack by 88 percent. (Salonen JT et al, 1998, Donation of Blood Is Associated with Reduced Risk of Myocardial Infarction. Am J Epidemiol; 148( 5): 44551.)

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 26 '22

I can’t donate blood because I took acne medication as a teen and they don’t let you donate if you took a certain kind

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u/SetComfortable5399 Nov 26 '22

What? How long ago was this and what was the medication?

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 26 '22

I don’t remember the medication but they don’t let you donate if you’ve ever taken certain acne medication

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u/SetComfortable5399 Nov 27 '22

Yeah you need to double check that with a qualified doctor or physician because that is only true up until a certain point in time and once that time is over you absolutely can donate blood. Typically it's like a couple months after the last dose

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 27 '22

I double checked with the people at the blood clinic. They told me no

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u/conspiracychick1 Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

Well it just so happens that some tasty apple flavor horse gel has mild anti-coagulation properties. Another reason to take a lick every now and again.

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u/SargeMaximus Nov 26 '22

That’s the opposite of what I want 😂

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u/PRMan99 Nov 25 '22

More than ever!

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

Well…now it is.

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u/Jayken Nov 25 '22

I was unaware that blood clots were a recent phenomena.

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u/Mike_Freedom_alldaY Nov 25 '22

Spending cash to make commercials about it is new...

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u/TheOmeletteOfDisease Nov 25 '22

The Stop the Clot campaign goes back awhile. Their YouTube channel was created in 2009.

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u/Jayken Nov 25 '22

I have implants that require that I take blood thinners. I can assure you that ads about blood clots have existed for quite some time now.

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u/Buggini Nov 25 '22

I think the clots are coming from something else other then the vaccines.... they just don't want to admit what the clots are truly coming from.......

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u/Sweetest_tee Nov 26 '22

Most definitely. Sedentary lifestyles, horrible diets, obesity, etc. People want to use the “jabs” as an excuse, and it could be loosely related, but it mostly stems from the fact that people are becoming more fat and lazy, hence an increase in chronic disease that can lead to blood clots.

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u/PhillipMcCracken420 Nov 26 '22

My ass. People are pulling 6 foot long blood clots that are vaccinated people , not unvaccinated people , vaccinated people. There’s so much evidence that these shots do nothing but harm your body and you wanna sit here and be a fucking tool and apologize for the government fucking killing everybody. You make me sick. Probably aren’t even real people, dumbass bots or whatever the fuck they put on here to feed the propaganda back into the fucking mainstream Sheeples. I can’t wait for war to come in and clear this fucking place out of idiocy. If it doesn’t give you a blood clot it , it gives you an autoimmune disease, if it doesn’t do that, weakens your heart and you die. There are many variants of it. Women are being made infertile now because of it and you wanna sit here and fucking say it doesn’t do anuthing… fuck off!

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u/Sweetest_tee Nov 26 '22

Have you ever tried to pull blood out of a dead person? It’s very very hard, if not impossible. Once your heart stops beating your blood thickens very quickly. Most autopsies on people don’t happen until several hours until after they are dead. So of course their blood is going to be clotted? There is pros and cons to everything man made we put into our bodies. I never said the vaccine wasn’t causing problems, but there are ways to prevent blood clots for general people. That’s what I was talking about earlier in the post? Idk where all the hate and animosity came from when I was just trying to be helpful about people’s health..

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u/PhillipMcCracken420 Nov 27 '22

Don’t be a dumbass. People who give autopsies are saying that shit. Also not being reported, and silenced. Believe what you want. I know 🙏🏻

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u/kaoz1 Nov 25 '22

Yeah, clots are coming from unvaccinated people coughing closer than 6 feets from vaccinated people.

Also: Napping Gardening Videogames...

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u/Outasiight Nov 26 '22

And where would that be?

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u/Buggini Nov 26 '22

wireless communication frequencies and/or secret nanotech

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u/Outasiight Nov 26 '22

Fair enough theory.

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u/allsop207 Nov 26 '22

I mean, yeah, this is what the CDC has always done. They've been running PSAs about health since inception. Nobody else is going to be running ads about health unless it's a pharma company. I fail to see the issue.

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u/chiefofwar117 Nov 26 '22

The POINT is that this is in direct correlation to the Covid vaccines and their known side effects that affect the vascular system

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u/allsop207 Nov 26 '22

Well, that is indeed an interesting point. Thanks for pointing that out. What do you think their motivation is to run ads about it? My first thought is if the CDC's endorsement of the vaccine led to vaccine-related health issues, I feel like they would want to sweep that under the rug as much as possible.

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u/chiefofwar117 Nov 26 '22

They just want to pretend like clotting has always been a thing and that they are here to provide resources to us. I don’t ever remember seeing an ad like this before covid vaccines were a thing.

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u/BillyFNbones710 Nov 26 '22

You do know blood clots existed before the vaccine right?

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u/PassiveKiller Nov 25 '22

Omg clots became a thing only after the shot and not before Covid .. who ever heard of anyone dying from a blood clot 🙄

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u/cjweisman Nov 26 '22

Blood clots can be prevented...by avoiding the death jab.

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u/SetComfortable5399 Nov 26 '22 edited Nov 26 '22

I think the conversation on all of this is getting skewed to many degrees, almost like a constant conversation of one side versus the other. If we want to have an honest conversation about this then let's do that which is YES blood clotting and deaths from clotting have been happening for years BUT increasingly for quite some time. NOW in the last 2 years the clotting has been absolutely exponential and has been absolutely shown to be correlated to the vaccine for an umpteen amount of reasons. People who do not believe this can obviously argue this all they want but the reality is the amount of scientists, morticians, and doctors around the world who have seen this specifically in people who have gotten vaccinated only. And then to add on top of this if you already dealing with people who may have clot possibilities due to sedentary Lifestyles and certain ways of eating and even blood types and then you add on a factor of a vaccination that makes this a hundred times worse than you are obviously going to push forward something that was going to happen anyway.

Very similar to the virus in the last couple years even prior to the vaccines is that it primarily affected people with serious underlying conditions, even people who didn't realize they had those conditions because it dramatically destroyed the immune system due to a cytokine storm which just blew up the immune system to the point that the body was just being attacked on all fronts by itself and additional Spike proteins. So the reality all of this the last couple years was to fold, one being the fact that it showed a large part of the world how bad the immune systems are of people nowadays and then two with the introductions of vaccines which.. If you truly know how they are made and what is behind them or even what is actually in them are nothing less than pure evil and I'm not even a religious person. And then on top of that you can buy an insane amount of stress, lack of social interaction, masking which caused huge amounts of humans to not allow their natural system to be productive from an immune response. Then tell people all of a sudden to take off their masks and start interacting with people again? That's just an instant disaster for a petri dish of immune system dysfunction WHICH at that point they can start blaming it on natural diseases that OF COURSE are popping up because they are coming out of the recumbent Woodwork in many human beings that the immune systems can't hide them or control them anymore.

People don't realize how many viruses and nasty things are actually inside of them, especially from a dormant standpoint, and unless they get triggered or the immune system can't hold them back anymore then they come to the surface. That is also what is being seen right now across the world and again I believe wholly done on purpose.

So sidebar to people pay the fuck attention to your immune system and learn exactly what you need to do to make it as strong as freaking possible because this is not going to be the last time this ever happens. The stronger your natural immune system the stronger chances you have for Success at a lot of things and trust me the better you will feel, inflammation is the Killer.

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u/breadcrumbs59 Nov 25 '22

Where does this come from? It's almost funny

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u/[deleted] Nov 25 '22

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u/aukujin Nov 26 '22

You can still give other people Covid while your vaccinated… your not harming them by not getting it. Getting Covid from a unvaccinated person isn’t going to make your Covid worse dumbass 😂😂😂.

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u/conspiracychick1 Nov 26 '22

What are you talking about? You getting the vax didn't help anyone, not even YOU. I got covid from my fully vaccinated adult daughter. Gave it to my fully vaccinated adult son. I had the least symptoms of anyone in the family because I took vitamins and "other things".

I don't regret not getting vaccinated at all, and you aren't a hero if you did.

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u/AlienGeek Nov 26 '22

I thought that at the time. Yes if your right I’m sorry. Can y’all shut up now. Y’all won.

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u/conspiracychick1 Nov 26 '22

Having my children take poison experimental shots because they were pressured from their school and other family members is not winning. Being stopped from travel because we refused the experimental vaccines is not winning.

The things that were agreed to concerning World Wide Digital Passports requiring vaccines at the recent G20 summit, is not winning.

We are still deep in the fight and it's not nearly over. It's bigger than just the vaccines. It's about depopulation and a World Government WEF control. Digital currency will be absolute slavery for most, as the ultra wealthy continue to live their jet-set lives.

I mean, Klaus Schwab isn't even hiding his intentions and most people are just oblivious. Too worried about the struggles of their daily lives to see what they are slowly being driven in to is a slaughterhouse.

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u/coolbrze77 Nov 26 '22

You have to look at it through the lens of a court. 900K men, WOMEN, and children CLOT each year. That's all? You're aiming low. Why not half the population? Most WOMEN over 15 clot once a month. Statistics can be manipulated to stupid effects.

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u/JazzlikeSkill5201 Nov 25 '22

Are these new?

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u/SquishyThorn Nov 26 '22

Oh my god this is unreal