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PWCs are hypersensitive to many medications, including anesthetics. For advice on operations, see
factor VII
fibrinogen (factor I)
This substance adds thickness to blood, slowing down its flow.
fibrinolytic activity:
A substance found in plants that protects the plant from insects. Some CFIDS patients may develop sensitivity to this family of compounds. The unfortunate consequence is that many herbal remedies cannot be taken.
Our 16 year old has salicylate sensitivity, if she eats certain greens she will have a coated tongue and a lot of phlegm. For information about this sensitivity see: Food list 
von Willebrand's factor (Factor VIII)
Causes the adhesion of platelets to vascular elements.


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