Blood Clot Testing

Concerned about your risk for blood clots after receiving the "Clot Shot"?

There is a blood test that can assess abnormal blood clotting, before it causes overt problems, called the D-DIMER test. If spike proteins are causing clotting issues (either from the COVID virus or from the mRNA shots), this test can give you an idea of the extent to which you are at risk. It could also potentially be used to tell if you received a shot that was either a placebo or had been inactivated somehow, perhaps due to improper storage.

The test can be found for about $100 at some walk-in laboratories; you don't need a referral from your doctor in most states.

This can be a very important test to determine your risk of injury or death as time goes on after you've had one of the 'vaccines', and can help you and your doctor decide if you need to take extra precautions around flu season, avoid flu vaccines, and/or stay away from people with respiratory infections or recent vaccinations.

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Posted: August 24, 2021
Updated: January 3, 2022