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I was diagnosed with tonic clonic grand mal seizur...

  • I was diagnosed with tonic clonic grand mal seizures at 12 years old, now at 31 I have been diagnosed with factor 5 Leiden. Will be seeing a hematology team in the next few weeks.

    Post created 9 months 1 week ago

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  • Alright. I see that Factor V

    Alright. I see that Factor V Leiden is for blood circulation. Do not take Coumadin whatever you do.
    ALSO, the people in JAPAN put "Nattokinase" in their food to help circulate their blood. I take one everyday, sometimes twice a day. Go to your locally owned health food store and buy Nattokinase and it circulates your blood NATURALLY.
    rvmcdonald@icloud.com

    2 months 1 week ago

  • Keppra comes from Brussels,

    Keppra comes from Brussels, Belgium. I spoke to the Pharmaceutical U. S. Headquarters in GA. and found out that Keppra causes mouth ulcers, pain in muscles, vericose veins, congested heart failure-according to an attorney, difficult swallowing, swelling in face/neck/throat, rash around neck, it goes thru kidneys, so I put pill into a tablespoon of Manuka Honey (which cures diseases/cancer), SO, I told my doctor I REFUSE TO TAKE THIS ANY LONGER. I got OFF, and I am on the OLD Phenobarbital, which has been around since 1914. It works GREAT!! Also, I notified President Trump and in his speech he stated: NO MORE DRUGS COMING INTO THE U.S. FROM OTHER COUNTRIES! rvmcdonald@icloud.com

    2 months 3 weeks ago

  • Thank you for the information

    Thank you for the information, as of right now I have no idea what they are going to want to prescribe/do about it. I do know Warfarin is fine on the epilepsy medication I take so we will see where this goes.

    9 months 1 week ago

  • Hey Joshua, I was diagnosed

    Hey Joshua, I was diagnosed with Factor V Leiden several years ago. My father has it and his father had it also. One thing I can offer is DO NOT let them put you on Xarelto. I was on it for a year and developed clots in both legs and one in my lung, so we switched to Warfarin. I don't know what kind of insurance you have, but mine allows me to have a home monitor to do my pt/inr at home and only need to go into the office once a month, as opposed to once or twice per week. Good luck!!!

    9 months 1 week ago

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