Blood Clot Risk Much Higher From Covid-19 Than With Vaccines

killerbyte

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If you going to post stuff like this you should include your full medical history so that we can judge how healthy you are.
No history of heart or lung issues. Last medical my doctor said the following to me:
"Your heart rate is that of an athlete (resting HR of 55), your blood pressure is textbook (120/80), your blood sugar and cholesterol are in the perfectly healthy range. You are the healthiest fat **** I know. Just lose some weight."

I am 1.96m tall and use to weigh 120kg before I went into hospital. I now weigh 104kg after being in hospital for 3 weeks. I was obese, now I am just overweight according to the BMI scale.
 

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No history of heart or lung issues. Last medical my doctor said the following to me:
"Your heart rate is that of an athlete (resting HR of 55), your blood pressure is textbook (120/80), your blood sugar and cholesterol are in the perfectly healthy range. You are the healthiest fat **** I know. Just lose some weight."

I am 1.96m tall and use to weigh 120kg before I went into hospital. I now weigh 104kg after being in hospital for 3 weeks. I was obese, now I am just overweight according to the BMI scale.
Watch out, all the experts now going to claim you’re talking ****.
 

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I am sorry that you got ill.

I am not sorry for my opinion on the way this entire clusterf*ck has been handled, by medical people, by government and especially by the media. All of them have made the mess and now we must listen to what they tell us? Feck that.

My question to you is this: why did your doctor tell you to wait for 3 months before being vaccinated? What's the reason?
My doctor and a nurse both said to me 3 months. Apparently that is the recommended time to wait.

But I absolutely agree with you. This has been a cluster**** of fearmongering from DAY 1. The mixed messaging has destroyed peoples confidence in the medical establishment.
 

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No history of heart or lung issues. Last medical my doctor said the following to me:
"Your heart rate is that of an athlete (resting HR of 55), your blood pressure is textbook (120/80), your blood sugar and cholesterol are in the perfectly healthy range. You are the healthiest fat **** I know. Just lose some weight."

I am 1.96m tall and use to weigh 120kg before I went into hospital. I now weigh 104kg after being in hospital for 3 weeks. I was obese, now I am just overweight according to the BMI scale.
Okay cool man good luck.
 

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No catheter?
No, they did that when I was rushed back to the ER 3 days later with a bleeding upper GI ulcer.

Doctors believe H. Pylori was allowed to run amock because my body was dealing with COVID and the stress of getting better.

Lets just say its taken 3 weeks for the scar tissue to clear up so everything is back to normal.
 

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My doctor and a nurse both said to me 3 months. Apparently that is the recommended time to wait.

But I absolutely agree with you. This has been a cluster**** of fearmongering from DAY 1. The mixed messaging has destroyed peoples confidence in the medical establishment.
So they didn't say why?

You see, this is the kind of BS I am just fed up with. One doctor says this, another says something else. Who are we to believe?

Somehow I have managed to avoid getting this for 20 months and I have been in some very crowded indoor places with all manner of people from all walks of life. Or did I get it and didn't even know about it?

Honestly, the levels of BS are so high right now that I am more likely to die from being shot by armed security who will have to pull me off the CEO of whatever big business decides that if I don't get jabbed they won't let me in. That's not said in jest either. I am close to the end of the rope on this bullsh*t.
 

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No history of heart or lung issues. Last medical my doctor said the following to me:
"Your heart rate is that of an athlete (resting HR of 55), your blood pressure is textbook (120/80), your blood sugar and cholesterol are in the perfectly healthy range. You are the healthiest fat **** I know. Just lose some weight."

I am 1.96m tall and use to weigh 120kg before I went into hospital. I now weigh 104kg after being in hospital for 3 weeks. I was obese, now I am just overweight according to the BMI scale.
I knew a guy who had both his legs shattered by a hit and run, he is 1.85m and weighed 130kg when he went in, came out he's a skinny frak now, like freaking skinny. Didn't like the hospital food and didn't want to go in a bedpan cause he couldn't get to a toilet easily.
 

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No history of heart or lung issues. Last medical my doctor said the following to me:
"Your heart rate is that of an athlete (resting HR of 55), your blood pressure is textbook (120/80), your blood sugar and cholesterol are in the perfectly healthy range. You are the healthiest fat **** I know. Just lose some weight."

I am 1.96m tall and use to weigh 120kg before I went into hospital. I now weigh 104kg after being in hospital for 3 weeks. I was obese, now I am just overweight according to the BMI scale.

35 here, I smoke, I drink, I'm 1.77m tall and weigh around 85kg. Had asthma as a pre preschooler and isn't the fittest guy after the hard lockdown ended.

Got covid, lost my sense of taste for 2 weeks and a slight coof. Med lemon killed the light fevers instantly and I was back to normal.
 

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I like to see the good side of things. I lost weight and now I am closer to my goal weight of 100kg.

But my main goal is to be able to walk without a crutch. But it took me a week to go from wheelchair, to walker to crutch. So I feel I am making good progress.
As long as you work on it and continue to make progress. You should completely recover in no time.
 

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35 here, I smoke, I drink, I'm 1.77m tall and weigh around 85kg. Had asthma as a pre preschooler and isn't he fittest guy after the hard lockdown ended.

Got covid, lost my sense of taste for a 2 weeks and a slight coof. Med lemon killed the slight fevers instantly and I was back to normal.
Impossible. This thread makes it perfectly clear that the sky is falling.
 

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Yup, I mean we all know it was supposed to start with an earthquake, but nope we got a bat instead.
No, we got an obese guy telling us all the doctors (specialists) told him he's the most immune person and fittest, healthiest guy ever, yet he nearly died from corona. The sky is almost at ground level.

From day one, and it looks like, cutting through the bullshit, being old and overweight are still the two biggest co-morbids that will **** you up with covid.
 
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