From: Dr. Pandas Newsletter
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Comment: From the begining of this “pandemic”, we hear that people infected with Covid-19 should not take Aspirin, they should take Tylenol instead. I was personally given this advice by a doctor at our local hospital, when I arrived there with my Omicron infection. This advice was contrary to my own observations and experience. My symptoms, involving “foggy head”, vision and balance problems, and headaches similar to those described in cases of blood clotting, were disappearing after a dose of 700 mg of Aspirin. Tylenol was not helping, it was actually making things worse – (confirmed many times).
Aspirin, which contains acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), is a blood thinner. It prevents the formation and helps dissolve these mysterious blood clotts. As we know, blood clotts in Covid patients and blood clotts resulting from C-19 vaccination are caused by our own immune system attacking infected cells, tissues, and organs that project SARS-Cov-2 spike protein. The toxic lipid nanoparticles, in which mRNA is delivered to our cells, are suspected of playing a similar role in that immune response, as well. My question: Where this misleading advice to avoid Aspirin was coming from? Is it because Aspirin was actually helpful? Just like Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin?
P.S.: This is not a medical advice. It is a description of my personal experience and my questions on this topic.