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What patients are saying about
Vitamin K2 for Blood Clots

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Positive Experiences with Blood Clots Medications
Vitamin K2
  • Vitamin K2 is taken for treating Blood Clots
  • More patient posts reported that Vitamin K2 helped them when used for Blood Clots (110% higher than average of other Blood Clots treatments)
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Aspirin
  • Aspirin is taken for treating Blood Clots
  • More patient posts reported that Aspirin helped them when used for Blood Clots (54% higher than average of other Blood Clots treatments)
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Coumadin
  • Coumadin is taken for treating Blood Clots
  • An average number of patient posts reported that Coumadin helped them when used for Blood Clots
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Warfarin
  • Warfarin is taken for treating Blood Clots
  • An average number of patient posts reported that Warfarin helped them when used for Blood Clots
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What patients are saying about Vitamin K2 and Blood Clots

107 patient discussions from healthcare websites and blogs
of vitamin K2 to help your blood clot. Its slippery stuff....
...your body can effectively use the linseed oil. Its explained well in ...Look into Natto (fermented soy) as a source of vitamin K2 to help your blood clot. Its slippery stuff. Stir it into rice o...
vitamin k2 supps?, Would its enhancement of blood clotting...
Is it safe to take large vitamin k2 supps?, Would its enhancement of blood clotting increase heart attack risk? Is ...Would its enhancement of blood clotting increase heart attack risk?...
claimed to have had a TIA on this and another thrombosis...
...have merrily been taking 200mcgs of MK-7 Vitamin K2. Last night I read on a post somewhere on the net, that a woman claimed to have had a TIA on this and another thrombosis in her legs. Neither...
doses at constant intervals to be causing blood clotting...
...been more clear in my previous posts, it's the vitamin K2 that I'm worrying about. Even K2 I am assuming would require somewhat large doses at constant intervals to be causing blood clotting in...
on nattokinase, I think it is a scam. Taking vitamin K2...
...factors that cause clots. It might help to take fish oil too. Make sure your vitamin D3 levels are good too. Don't waste time on nattokinase, I think it is a scam. Taking vitamin K2 might be usefu...
is reported to reduce and prevent blood clot. So,...
...Natto is also rich in vitamin K2, which is helpful in preventing osteoprosis. ...in natto is called nattokinase. Nattokinase is reported to reduce and prevent blood clot. So, eating natto can pr...
make them strong. I know Vitamin K helps your blood clot...
...There's 3 different sub types of Vitamin K2. I take the supplement because he helps move the calcium from your blood into your bones and make them...
be raised to compensate and I have to take more vitamin K-2...
...clots are a much bigger risk than liver problems in an otherwise healthy person over 40, my INR is tested every month. The finger-stick lab test would be $9 if I had to pay for it, but it's free at...
only know about vitamin K1 and it's role in blood clotting...
...leafy green veggies and, I understand, few people would be deficient in it. But vitamin K2 is different and apparently people are deficient in it. There's several threads on the forum about it,...
Calcichew for many years, surely if you get a blood clot...
...was that if you are in Warfarin you can't take it.  Surely that implies that K2 also aids blood clotting, like K1.  I'm not on Warfarin but I was a bit anxious about taking K2 then because if my...
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