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Sunday, December 18, 2016 7:55 PM | CCSVI in Multiple Sclerosis Volg link
Hypovolemia (meaning low blood volume) is a real problem for people with MS, the disabled and the elderly. Dehydration and low fluid levels are known to make hemoglobin levels rise, as the body tries to overcome low blood volume. Hypovolemia can result in hypercoagulation (or thickened blood with more proteins.) The more we learn about how blood proteins (like hemoglobin and fibrinogen) are implicated in MS, the more we need to look at healthy, hydrated blood volume. Here's a note I wrote six years ago about this. Please read again, and go get a big glass of water. Joan
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