|Many times those with this fatigue collapse from lack of blood ... or the advance fatigue of EGBE ... not a heart attack Just because the death certificate says the cause of death was a 'heart attack' does not mean that is the case. I think about my grandfather who died 10 years before I was born ... when my mom was 23 in 1935. He was a well-liked farmer in Mississippi and I remember my mother saying the same things you hear today, "Oh, he had diabetes ... and refused to eat right, so he died at the age of 52" Death certificate says he died from a heart attack. It is also admitted by the chemical companies that 2-butoxyethanol has been in widespread use since the 1930's. How he ran into this chemical, I do not know; but I STRONGLY suspesct it. I also suspect this chemical exposure and worse for the death of Pres FDR in 1945 ... |
CFIDS? ... This must be THE fatigue
Civilians with CFS, FM, CFIDS? ... WWII soldiers? Vietnam Soldiers? Korean Conflict Soldiers? 'Gulf War Syndrome' vets ? ... EVOS workers
I was looking through this info on the FATIGUE I suspect EVOS workers have ... the fatigue doctors don't usually find... and one side effect of Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia is very high white blood cell count. One worker said that he had that, and the doctors were stumped as to what it meant. Have your doctor/s find out everything they can about the red blood cells and any autoimmune issues, (especially AUTOIMMUNE METABOLIC issues), tumors, etc
Any autoimmune issue is also possible ...
One person with diagnosis of low red blood cell anema also has a lowering platelet count. There is such a thing as an autoimmune action against platelets.
|ITP is the destruction of "thrombocytes" (clotting cells) by the immune system in much the same manner as RBCs are destroyed in AIHA |