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From: Ricardo (187.67.220.53)
Subject:         Re: How relevant is aspirin in Reversal? Is aspirin a great risk to cause strokes?
Date: August 7, 2010 at 8:40 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: How relevant is aspirin in Reversal? Is aspirin a great risk to cause strokes? posted by Dr. Neal Pinckney on August 5, 2010 at 2:36 pm:

Dr. Pinckney,
thank you for your ideas and explanation on what now seems to me the very low risks of aspirin.

What the doctors here, (that I know),remark is that aspirin can make blood thinner to make it easier to flow inside arteries. That would be good to reduce risk of heart attacks.

(Just one of them does not prescribe baby aspirin, affraid of strokes).

Let me report a side effect of aspirin that I had in two occasions: my arms got few small dots of blood stains that when I bumped into some surfaces (doors, sharp metals) they bleed. My cardiologist said that happens because my skin is too dry and that I have to use moisturizer cream to avoid this side effect.

Botton line: I will keep using aspirin to reduce risks of heart attacks. As I follow the good Vegan style, that may help to reduce risks of heart attacks and as well strokes (as documented by Dr. E.).

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