When examining someone’s health it’s instructive to look at their family. After all, that’s what the doctor asks for when you go in to see him. All the forms ask you for your “family history.” So let’s look at Hillary’s.
Hillary Clinton’s father — Hugh Rodham — suffered a massive stroke in March 19, 1993. It was so bad that he fell into a coma.
Hillary’s mother — Dorothy Rodham — was on blood thinners and couldn’t come to see Hillary deliver the commencement address from Wellesley College on May 31, 1969.
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“Hillary was devastated that her mother could not make it,” wrote Amy Chozick in
the New York Times Carlos Slim’s blog on July 19, 2015.
Why was Hillary’s mother unable to attend? She was on blood thinners, something typically taken to reduce the risk of blood clots and stroke. There’s no word yet as to which kinds of blood thinners those were.
Dorothy Rodham would have been 49 years old in 1969; Clinton will be 69 on Election Day. Medical progress has done amazing things but it still hasn’t gotten rid of strokes. Could Hillary suffer from them too?
Mrs. Rodham died in 2011. “The nature of her illness was not released,” writes the Daily Mail but was later said to be congestive heart failure.
Some investigators have gone where others have dared not trend. Radar Online reported in October 2015 that Hillary Clinton had suffered three secret strokes.
Interestingly Hillary Clinton’s doctor said she was taking
Politico Robert Allbritton’s blog reported it. “Clinton’s medications include the blood thinner Coumadin, as well as Armour Thyroid, antihistamines and Vitamin B12, known to boost energy.”
Does Clinton suffer from “low energy” too?
According to Allbritton’s blog Clinton’s doctor reported in March that Clinton’s physical “revealed a healthy-appearing female.”
Why just appearing? And if she’s in perfect health why is she taking Coumadin?
It’s a precaution against blood clots — and strokes.
Clinton’s supporters claim that she was suffering from a “transverse sinus thrombosis” in 2013. And what does “transverse sinus thrombosis” often lead to? Stroke.
Note: Genetics and genealogy are obsessions for GotNews.com. Before the FDA banned home genetics company 23andme a lot of us learned that we had elevated risks of various genetic disorders. I had an elevated risk of Type 2 Diabetes and venous thromboembolism, a blooding clotting disorder that leads to an increased likelihood of strokes. True enough I’ve had several family members who have had strokes.