No one would question the magnitude of the Opioid Crisis, which claimed the lives of nearly 50,000 people and was declared a Public Health Emergency by the POTUS in 2017. While Opioids is a big problem, there is another “silent killer” that poses a much bigger problem, Blood Clots. More than 100,000 lives are claimed annually by blood clots. While there are a number of factors associated with increased risk of developing a clot, we focus on one large group in particular that experiences a much greater risk, pregnant women. Expecting mothers have a 5x
greater risk of developing a deadly clot and that risk increases to 20x immediately following child birth. It is our goal to make people aware of this problem and provide them with safe, natural (and in many cases free) ways of preventing blood clots.

Risk Factors:

If you have any of the following, click the button below to get qualified for a free Plasmaflow blood clot prevention device.
● Pregnancy, which includes the six weeks after the baby is born
● Use of birth control methods that contain estrogen, such as the pill, patch or ring
● Hospitalization for illness or surgery
● Major surgery, particularly of the pelvis, abdomen, hip, knee
● Severe physical trauma, such as a car accident
● Injury to a vein that may have been caused by a broken bone or severe muscle injury
● Hip or knee replacement surgery
● Cancer and cancer treatments
● The use of hormone therapy with estrogen
● Personal or family history of blood clots
● Overweight
● Confinement to bed or a wheelchair
● Sitting too long, especially with legs crossed
● Smoking
● Age 55 or older
● Long-term diseases such as heart and lung conditions, or diabetes

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Warning Signs:

If you have any of the following warning signs, we recommend seeking immediate medical care. DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis)
Pain, Redness, Swelling and/or Tenderness around the affected area (typically in the calf muscle, or upper arm).
PE (Pulmonary Embolism)
Difficulty breathing, chest pain, irregular heartbeat, and coughing up blood.


Prevention Checklist:

● It’s especially important to know your risk for blood clots and follow your doctor’s recommendations based on your individual risk factors.
● Use a compression device like (Plasmaflow), you can qualify to get it free here. (NOTE: please link this to the landing page I will provide you )
● Move around as soon as possible after having been confined to a bed, such as after surgery, illness, or injury.
● If you are at risk for blood clots, talk with your doctor about other specific ways you can prevent them from occurring.
● When sitting for long periods of time, such as when traveling for more than four hours, use compression devices like (Plasmaflow), get up and walk around every 2 to 3 hours, exercise your legs while you are sitting, and wear loose-fitting clothes.
● You can reduce your risk for blood clots by maintaining a healthy weight and avoiding a sedentary lifestyle. In other words, exercise improves blood flow, so don’t be a couch potato.

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