• 21 SEP 21

    Luckily vaccination against SARS-COVID 2 was put on the market very fast. Knowledge about the disease and possible problems with the vaccine are arising slowly with a large stream of new information appearing weekly. Informations are partly confusing so it is advisable to just rely on information based on practical experience and check the references. Do not forget we are talking about 3, not just 1 disease in SARS-COVID 2.

    As of now, according to many studies, it appears that blood thinning to prevent coagulation at least diminishes if not rules out vaccination associated problems when using certain vaccines. Many refer always finding high D-dimer values (a marker for thrombosis) in the blood analysis of patients with vaccination associated symptoms. This leads to the recommendation to take blood thinning medication when getting the vaccination. For this different medications are used, it should be done according to medical advice. Studies also show that antithrombotic therapy is paramount in the outpatient treatment of Covid when a marked decrease of blood oxygen saturation has taken place, the patients will often see a quick rise of the oxygen saturation after treatment with antithrombotic drugs. It might be advisable getting informed before getting the COVID vaccine or its booster.

    Getting the booster in Lisbon is theoretically possible but in practice it is rather difficult. Two patients of ours were able to get the booster in Lisbon but others were not able getting it despite trying at different sites. Maybe the best initial step is to go to a SNS administration office, like for example the one near the Mercado 31 Janeiro.

    Lastly as it was always stressed but apparently was stopped short ago: when you give an intramuscular injection, always make an aspiration before injecting, in COVID vaccines it makes a big difference. It makes a big difference if your body is exposed to the vaccine in the muscle or inside a blood vessel, the reaction and consequences might be totally different as studies point out.

    Vaccination in Portugal is only here.

     

    Links:

    https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciadv.abl8213

     

    https://www.nature.com/articles/s41420-019-0188-0

     

    https://www.google.com/search?q=anticoagulation+in+covid&oq=anticoagulation+in&aqs=chrome.0.0i512j69i57j0i512l8.7215j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

     

    Video of Dr. John Campbell

     

    Thrombosis in Covid vaccines a google search

     

    Mit MRNA Impfstoffen erreicht man nur eine Antikörper Immunität, die T Zellen werden nicht stimuliert. Mit einem Totimpfstoff wird man eine T Zellen Immunität erreichen welche mehrere Jahre anhalten kann.
    https://youtu.be/b_eR6t4aFf4

     

     

     

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