Here you can search the thousands of posts from our older message boards. Just click on the link for the time period you wish to search and you will be taken to the fill-out form for that volume. You can also click on the 'Return to Index' link and display all the messages in threaded form.
The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 1
Type O: Bloodclotting and family history
Posted By: Mary O'Connell
Date: February 28, 1997 at 09:30:01
The beauty of your book was that it put pieces of information
that I knew about myself and my family history together
I know that I have a blood clotting problem. And I know
that it is a problem in my family. My grandmother died
in childbirth, and I'm sure she bled to death. I had to
have transfusion each time I had a child. I take an aspirn
and I'm full of black and blue marks. My sister hemorrage
when she had children. My father died at 80 of a brain
hemorrage, because he had a platlate problem that was
not managed correctly by his HMO. His sister died of
the same way. Both he and another sister were hospitalized
because they had bleeding stomachs. I can go on...but what
I really want to know is how best to prevent this from
happening to me.
Messages in This Thread
- Type O: Bloodclotting and family history
Mary O'Connell -- Friday, 28 February 1997, at 3:54 p.m.
Peter D'Adamo -- Friday, 28 February 1997, at 3:54 p.m.