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Sep 19, 2023·edited Sep 19, 2023

I fought anemia for years as a young person. I am now considering how my childhood jabs (1964 onward) may have been related. I did also suffer very very bad nosebleeds from the age of 6-7 years old, much clotting and not stopping. Oh, if we only knew then what I know now. I thought I was just unhealthy, and now I know it's the western medical industry that is horridly murderous and has been since it's inception.

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I used to get nosebleeds when I was a kid, too. I'm about the same age as you. In my case, though, the nosebleeds were due to a hereditary sensitivity to sudden air pressure changes. I was the family barometer- every time a storm was coming in, I'd get a nosebleed. I also got nosebleeds in the summer if I had to go into an air conditioned building. Sometimes they seemed to go on forever, and it was a weird "here I go again" but traumatic at the same time. I outgrew it by the time I was about 10. My mother's brother had it when he was a kid, and he outgrew it too, so my mother wasn't too worried about me.

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I get blood lab work every 6 months, D is my low-value one. The Endo never says a word about it. As it is integral to bone health he should be. All he is looking at is T3/4 and A1C1 levels. Cardio looks at the Cholesterol levels, and I tell him to Kiss my Grits I'm not taking Statins, in no uncertain terms. My arteries are not blocked. I've had an Enlarged Heart for a long time no doctor has ever said a word about with a small Mitral Valve leak until I saw an Asian neurologist for Neuropathy leg swelling. Strange at 60 she found it with just a stethoscope. It is a family genetic thing.

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