Vitamin K2

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, of course, is primarily involved with blood clotting....
| www.natmedtalk.com
" ...If you do get vitamin K, make sure it is vitamin K2. This is the one which helps the bones (and heart). K1, of course, is primarily involved with blood clotting. My early ignorance of this ...are... "

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r years, which slows blood clotting considerably. I no...
" ...low dose aspirin for years, which slows blood clotting considerably.  I no longer take the aspirin plus I take Vitamin K-2 and no longer have any problems at all with bruising. (Vitamin K-2 is also... "

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claimed to have had a TIA on this and another thrombosis...
| www.valvereplacement.org
" I 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 were... "

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ill thin but it clots well thanks to vitamin K2. (I like Su...
| www.cpnhelp.org
" ...supplementsi. In time, things got better. My blood is still thin but it clots well thanks to vitamin K2. (I like Super K from Life Extension) From what I hear blood is... "

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on nattokinase, I think it is a scam. Taking vitamin K2...
| forum.lowcarber.org
" ...reduce 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... "

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is vitamin K2, which is supposed to help with blood clotting...
| www.lowcarbfriends.com
" ...to the adhesive on band-aids). Something I've recently started taking is vitamin K2, which is supposed to help with blood clotting, bone health and even healing of teeth. It's found... "

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on\" trying to keep her blood clotting level in the rang...
| www.vitamincfoundation.org
" ...by blocking the action of vitamin K in one way or another. It seems that vitamin K2 should be taken with these drugs to avoid rapid calcification of soft tissues.\" My wife recently had a stroke, so... "

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natto 4 years after having 7 bloodclots in a year. PamOn T...
| www.remedyspot.com
" ...You can use natto for bloodclots(12 hours), digestion o K-2 for ...been on natto 4 years after having 7 bloodclots in a year. Pam On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 4:43 AM, wrote: I have to... "

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nterfere with blood clotting. I was wondering how much t...
| www.healthboards.com
" How much vitamin K2 for Osteoporosis We all know ...now the benefits of vitamin K 2 and osteoporosis and bone density and it is the most prescibed treatment in Japan.. a must. It serves as glue that... "

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be raised to compensate and I have to take more vitamin K-2...
| tgboards.com
" ...of prothrombin/clotting time. Because 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... "

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87,401 discussions
Taken for: Blood Clots, DVT, Clotting Disorder, Stroke, Heart Attack
Other names: Coumadin, Jantoven, Marevan, Warfin, Waran
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Prescribing mode: Rx
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85,501 discussions
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Other names: Warfarin, Jantoven, Warfin, Marevan, Waran
Method of use: Injection, Pill
Prescribing mode: Rx
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