I had the ISAC panel which I think is whole blood. It tests 4 coag factors that are commonly found in ME/CFS patients. It was put together by Dr. David Berg who found that the majority of ME/CFS patients had hypercoagulation--according to this test anyway.But what about whole blood viscosity testing in ME/CFS.
Anybody know what those outcomes are generally? Has anyone done whole blood viscosity testing?
I did test as having hypercoag, had a SED rate of 1 or 2, was given injections of low molecular weight heparin for 7 months and that gave very noticeable improvement.I'm asking because I've always felt better (less pain, more energy) with low doses of heparin. I don't have a hypercoag problem, but the heparin does help.