High altitude and amyloidosis exacerbation; Why Doxycycline works
It took a biopsy to diagnose her.
I’m worried millions will die soon…
Further diagnostic notes:
Martinez-Naharro, A., Hawkins, P. N., & Fontana, M. (2018). Cardiac amyloidosis.
...Clinical presentation reflects the varying multisystem deposition of amyloid. Examination findings may reflect soft tissue and small vessel amyloid infiltration and include macroglossia, periorbital pupura, submandibular gland enlargement and nail dystrophy. Fatigue and weight loss are common. Hepatic or splenic infiltration may cause palpable organomegaly. Renal dysfunction is common, usually presenting as nephrotic range proteinuria.
Early cardiac amyloidosis is a major diagnostic challenge. The classical features of ‘right-sided’ congestive heart failure may not be evident until cardiac disease is very advanced. Elevated jugular venous pressure, a third heart sound, hepatomegaly and peripheral oedema may be very subtle or absent in patients who have already started diuretics.
Peripheral neuropathy is relatively common, presenting with paraesthesia or dysaesthesia typically in a ‘glove and stocking’ distribution. Autonomic neuropathy is an important diagnostic clue, manifesting as orthostatic hypotension, alternating diarrhoea and constipation and erectile dysfunction.
My best friend's MIL fell in her bathroom this week (she was 72) and the cause of death was not the head injury she sustained according to the medical examiner...it was a large clot in her lung. She was still awake after she hit her head and told her husband she couldn't breathe. Is a large clot in the lung a sign of amyloidosis? And also a few days ago my neighbor's husband also fell in the bathroom and hit his head on the claw-footed cast iron tub and suffered a brain hematoma. No one has investigated why he fell (they are treating the brain injury instead), but now he has full-blown dementia and he also developed pneumonia whilst in the hospital. He is 82 and things aren't looking good even though he was a mechanic who worked outside and seemed just fine before this happened (he has had 4 jabs, by the way).
Just looking for a reason why people seem to be falling a lot?
This whole situation is a total nightmare. Nothing is definitive other than the vaccines making people incredibly unwell leading to many peoples early deaths. Three friends of mine - fit healthy and fairly young died sudden deaths with no warnings. Suggestions of full autopsies rigorously denied - we are about to see tens of millions of deaths of that l have no doubt. I am unvaccinated by choice but, like many, are wondering if or indeed how the Spike Protein can transfer to others and will it behave in the same way? Any answers folks?
Does taking doxycycline help after amyloidosis? Is it a continuing occurrence or does it only happen shortly after infection and/or vaccination?
OMG, spike protein taking up space in all organs and tissues rendering that section non-functional? So the more jabs, the more tissue/organs are being compromised until something major stops working. Invasion of the body snatchers! Brought to you by Fauci. Mass murderer.
Walter, I’m trying to find a way to talk to you. I think it’s Adrenaline mixing with the amyloidosis and pushes the fatal death sequence. What do comedians have in common with soccer players? Adrenaline rushes. What happens during sleep if you have stress? Adrenaline release… https://www.alzforum.org/news/research-news/shot-adrenaline-amyloid-v-sparks-tau-cascade
Doxycycline, will work for some but not all. Some will actually be worse off with it. Reason being it will depend on their existing metabolic function.
There is common mechanism theme in all those Amyloidosis hindering therapeutics.
Would the effects of amyloidosis show up on an ECG or doppler?
Hi Mr Chestnut,. Following a while I wonder if you can elaborate on how to detect amyfibrolis and what would be some way to tackle it despite quercitin or Curcumin. And an other question: is the natural infection also giving the people this sick on the same level as the mRNA injections?
And who sells tafamidis (in graphic above)? Our Pfriend Pfizer
Are the giant clots we are seeing (from embalmers) amyloid proteins as well? Or are they something else? Why the heterogeneous manifestations of this phenomenon? It seems very random….but then I guess much in biology is.
There's Ozymandias's TUDCA (recommended June 11 comment for ER support and liver support) well done Ozy.
The brain is affected first because it is the most metabolically sensitive; lots of mitochondria, sensitive to hypoxia, can’t run on ketone bodies*. It doesn’t take a lot of amyloid to tip the balance 😰. The liver is ‘tougher’ but definitely has parallels, and again, has a LOT of mitochondria, and is the first organ to take hits from the spike, autoimmunity. Hence the hepatitis outbreak in children which continues despite the news blackout. Am glad you have a platform for research after 🐦 - and the ability to speak much more freely. The 🐦 platform SERIOUSLY needs a ‘fan account’ for you though! 🙏
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A boosted friend got covid along with most of extended family at large, very populated outdoor gathering. He was quite sick for about 9 days. He said the antibody test showed 2500. Normal was .8. Also, the phenomena of purple blood is unique to covid. No one is talking about these that I have heard or read before??? Wondering what they mean????