We were all in shock ~ still are. Funny thing, I always remember that woman every time something like this happens.
Still, Hillery has fallen unconscious in public before ~ at Ronald Reagan's funeral. Billzo did too. Within months he was getting coronary bypass surgery ~ just took longer for Hillary ~ the protective aura of female hormones I guess ~ although you'd think Bill would have gotten some protection from that quarter as well.
Still, she's a Democrat, and when they're needed for votes they wheel them in on a gurney ~ she can testify Thursday about Ben Ghazi.
There is enough real time and corroborating evidence around. Hillary’s testimony is not really necessary.
Something doesn’t pass the smell test here.
When I had a DVT I was in the hospital on a heparin drip for 5 days. I couldn’t get out of bed even to use the bathroom!
And clots are nasty. You don’t mess with them. There’s a hereditary condition known as Factor V Lieden that makes you a very big risk for blood clots—I found out I had it the hard way. My sister and I both have it. I was fortunate that I didn’t take birth control but she had to give herself Lovenox (blood thinner) shots all during her pregnancy. Factor V is a clotting factor (think opposite of hemophilia) and it’s not a routine test.
“You get over 30 you can get clots in seconds ~ our attendance clerk at my 5th grade school went in for a checkup, got a clot lying there on an examination table, died!”
The odds get worse when we get older. We recently lost a friend in his mid sixties. He had a hospital procedure which went fine, came home had dinner, watched tv and went to bed at his normal time. He had a massive stroke and blood clots and never woke up.
On the advice of some excellent ER docs, cardiologists and neurologists, and my family history of strokes when in their sixties/seventies, my FP and good friend advised me to take a baby aspirin in the morning and one a couple of hours before I went to bed.
That was/is in addition to my twice a day ACE inhibitor for my HBP taken when I take my baby aspirin.