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Deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator to improve lower limbs circulation?

Discussion in 'Ask your questions here' started by Evah.Linear, May 17, 2017.

  1. Evah.Linear

    Evah.Linear New Member

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    Has anyone tried this? It is also called microcirculation therapy...
  2. Cameron Liu

    Cameron Liu New Member

    Yes! My uncle is having microcirculation therapy for his diabetes. He's been doing great so far. There's been a great improvement in his glucose levels and his wounds - this one has been really impressive. He also looks healthier now than the past months. This device uses something like a vaporized CO2 that will be transmitted through the skin. He's been raving about it lol
  3. Jessie

    Jessie New Member

    I'm a tennis player since I was in grade school. Last 2012, we're having our tournament but it made me so upset since I didn't finish it through. I had an accident during the game and it made me undergo a surgery. It's quite a while after the surgery but sometimes I do feel an extreme pain especially when I just suddenly slipped. Sometimes I can't even go for a walk since it's aching so much. Could this Deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator help me with my foot problem? Thanks!
  4. Cameron Liu

    Cameron Liu New Member

    Hey Jessie,

    By grade school, you mean middle shool? high school? Fill me in. Anyway, what you need to do first is go check with your doctor what's up. There might be some serious underlying problem you have there and might not be related to your microcirculation. However, if your doctor confirms that there is indeed an impairment in the blood circulation, you could ask him about the benefits of microcirculation therapy. Deoxyhemoglobin vasodilator is one form of microcirculation therapy, and is very convenient and totally painless (per my uncle). Perhaps you could also ask your doctor about this. Good luck to you!

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