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50400Re: [FH] Use of Nattokinase and Aspirin/Plavix

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  • Leigh Arrathoon
    Aug 7, 2014
      My Misty never had anymore strokes at all with the Nattokinase. She lived for two years after her first stroke. She was 19. Her heart simply slowed to a stop. Leigh


      On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 1:04 PM, Carol carolroar@... [feline-heart] <feline-heart-noreply@yahoogroups.com> wrote:
       

      hi Geoff,

      You shouldn't use both Plavix and Nattokinase at the same time... too much blood thinning properties with both on board. When our angel Misty was started on Plavix, we switched her to Nattokinase, because she had more little strokes while on the Plavix, so it didn't work for her, but the nattokinase did well by her for a long time.  About 9 months after starting the nattokinase, she did have another small stroke, but recovered from it quickly, within a few days.

      It can take a while for the legs to come back and be normal again.  With another of our cats, Christopher, it took about a month before he could use his back leg that was dragging after his episode.  Gently massaging the leg all the way down to the toes can help restore circulation.

      Carol and Angel Misty




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      From: christie_geoffrey@... [feline-heart] <feline-heart@yahoogroups.com>
      To: feline-heart <feline-heart@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thu, Aug 7, 2014 8:20 am
      Subject: [FH] Use of Nattokinase and Aspirin/Plavix

       
      Hello,

      has anyone used nattokinase when their cat is already taking ASA + Plavix?

      My sphynx had his first FATE over a week ago.  His temp is back up to normal and a pulse in his legs, but he still isnt walking yet.

      Any insight on Natto is helpful.

      Geoff


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