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Re: Sudden spider veins after systemic enzymes?
 
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Re: Sudden spider veins after systemic enzymes?


Hi Dr Bakker,

This was a very long time ago, and I'm following up to say that it has never improved. It seems as though the systemic enzymes did something strange to my circulatory system. There are a couple of posts about this but VERY few online. One guy had very red eyes because the enzymes apparently dumped a bunch of stuff into his liver. He then took milk thistle and cleansed and it went away. My issue is a bit more intense and depressing. I literally feel helpless and since it's a strange thing I did, I've never had a doctor help me.

To this day I have blue veins that weren't there on my temples. I also see on both sides pulsing arteries that pop out very easily if I get hot or even go in the shower (or drink). I also have blue veins on my penis, which is the bigger concern. My erectile function has worsened and it takes longer to fill with blood...it also doesn't get as hard.. The whole reason I took this stuff was because it's supposed to be good for blood flow, but looks like I majorly messed something up that nobody helps with.

Can you think of ANYTHING that might help my circulatory system? Ever had varicose/spider veins actually completely go away? Could it be my liver being congested? It's been 4 years since this last post and I've lost all hope. Even going to a therapist now because I can't take it...itnhas affected literally everything in my life.

Thanks!
 

 
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