The Anonymous Widower

Blood Clots And Vaccines

I had a little bit of trouble with my Roche Coaguchek INR meter yesterday and had to phone Roche.

I indicated that I would soon be having my second AstraZeneca jab and measuring my INR before and after as a medical experiment.

I was then told that all vaccines can cause blood clots. That can’t be right?

But Roche should know!

March 26, 2021 - Posted by | Health | , , , ,


  1. My thoughts were the same as yours regarding all vaccines and blood clots but I found this which might be of some interest: No doubt there are other references but I have not searched for them yet.

    Comment by Ron Collins | March 26, 2021 | Reply

  2. My research cardiologist friend will be reviewing what I find.

    Comment by AnonW | March 26, 2021 | Reply

  3. Apparently they can, but incidence is in the 1/1M range and are unlikely to be fatal, whereas for a vulnerable male over 70 the chances of dying of Covid if you catch it is around 5%.

    Before Jenner there were two strains of smallpox – on with very high mortality and one much lower. If someone caught the less lethal version they used to hold smallpox parties to infect all their children…

    Comment by R. Mark Clayton | March 26, 2021 | Reply

  4. A very very very tiny percentage of people have very tiny blood clots after vaccinations.

    Comment by Liz | March 26, 2021 | Reply

  5. I wonder if one aspirin a day taken after the jab would guarantee against getting a clot? Aspirin does have the effect of thinning the blood.

    Comment by MauriceGReed | March 26, 2021 | Reply

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