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One thing that you should be aware of is that many coagulation treatments has the potential of shifting "the coagulation bottleneck" down to the next phrase.  A log jam is a good example. You blow up the logs at one river bend only to find another (often smaller) one forms at the next bend ... until the logs hits the wide river.

This means that there can be an immediate burst of energy. You need to keep some "crew" at the location (or at least check periodically) of this log jam to prevent another one forming. The improvement will ebb. The next log jam may form and another substance is needed to free that jam.

Log jams are very likely to happen with heavy rainfall -- i.e. having any type of infections. Thus a wise proactive approach is to load up on appropriate anticoagulants early when illness appears.



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