Heart attacks get blamed for advanced fatigue?
I had a dear friend from
IL who died June 24 this year. They said she had a heart attack in the
doctor's office. Well, they had been giving her Procrit shots weekly for
her diagnosed low red blood cells. I wonder whether they considered that
the immune system might have been prematurely destroying the red blood
cells? If that's what was going on, how much good do you think an
electric jolt would do her?
In my friend's case the regular doctor gave up on how to help her, and
just told her that she couldn't be worked in... go the the ER. Well if
they can't figure out what ails one with lots of time to do so ... how
do they expect the ER staff to figure it out?
I heard recently of someone dying of a
'heart attack' by a lady who was taking Vioxx for her joint pain. Well,
could be that 2-butoxyethanol had harmed her, and that she, too, died
more of the advanced stages of autoimmune
hemolytic anemia than anything else.
How is your liver doing? *
To get an accurate liver test
you need to know whether or not
your red blood cells are immature