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does this mean my blood vessels are getting stronger?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by lizw118, Apr 22, 2011.

  1. lizw118

    lizw118 Senior Member

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    I had a funny experience today. I went to get blood drawn, the first time in around 3-4 months. The guy who drew my blood knew me from previous visits and asked if we had used the same vein a lot because the vein felt very tough and he was having a hard time getting through to get the blood. It was painful, actually. I wondered if this could have been because the vein/epithelium was getting stronger from the methylation protocol. Does anyone know if there is a relationship? Is it a bad thing that the vein is tougher now?
    Liz
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    Freddd Senior Member

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    Hi Liz,

    The vein is composed of endothelial tissue, or at least lined with it. However, it too is affected by mb12 and methylfolate. Endothelial dysfunction can be caused by mb12/mfolate deficiency. I have no idea if healing that would result in a tougher vein but it can improve vein and artery health.
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    Sushi Moderator and Senior Member Albuquerque

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    For me it means scar tissue from too many "pokes!"

    Sushi
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    lizw118 Senior Member

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    Yeah, that was what he was saying, but I always switch arms for blood draws, and I had not had blood drawn in a long time so it seemed strange. But, it probably was scar tissue. Wishful thinking...I was hoping it was the endothelial tissue, as freddd said!
    Liz
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    shannah Senior Member

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    When they were were having trouble putting needles in my veins, I was told that I was severely dehydrated.

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