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Old 09-22-2021, 02:43 PM #1
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Is any with Myasthenia on a blood thinner? If so which one? I was just diagnosed with afib and Iím waiting to hear back from my Myasthenia Dr. Thanks!
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Old 01-14-2022, 01:57 PM #2
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I don't have the MG issue but know the Grape Seed Extract cleans and thins the blood. I just posted a thorough link on MG and 39 supplements suggested to aid in MG issues.
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Most important supplement: grape seed extract
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Caroline, I do not know what you mean by your statement that Grape Seed Extract "cleans and thins the blood".
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Kiwi, here is a link from Healthline that also references research studies on the many benefits of GSE (Grape Seed Extract) - including as a blood thinner etc

10 Benefits of Grape Seed Extract, Based on Science

One can easily Google any supplement and find reputable articles on the pros and cons, as well as any supportive studies for the info.
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I have used Xarelto through ten years of treatment for MG. As far as I can tell, the blood thinner does not affect my MG symptoms or the effectiveness of prednisone, CellCept, IVIG, or Soliris.
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