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.
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