When the perfect vessel is clogged up
Pure Vessel is the title of a story I found on Medium.
It describes how one of my patients had clogged blood vessel(s) after a clotting injury, causing his heart to become too weak to function.
When I found this story, I was overwhelmed with a desire to help her, so I began to explore the options.
I read articles and books on the topic, and I also watched my own blood clot.
I knew the solution, so that I could help, was simple: If I could open up a vein and allow the clogged vessel to drain out of my body, I could save her life.
I took the advice of the many people who have been through this and started researching ways to open up veins in patients.
I decided to look into a process that I had personally tried, and found to be a viable option for patients like myself.
The problem with this technique is that the blood vessels themselves are a complicated part of the body.
I spent months learning the intricacies of blood vessel formation, and how to get the vessels out of the way, while still being able to breathe and move.
I eventually got to the point where I was able to open my veins in my neck and arm and let them drain out.
I have now opened up many veins in the past few months, and have been amazed at how well it works.
The process of using the veins to drain blood can be difficult for some people, so if you have had any blood vessel problems, or if you are a patient who has had problems with blood clots, this is a good opportunity to get started.
I also encourage you to read the article, because I was not able to replicate what happened to my patient with this procedure.
The article talks about what to expect, and describes the type of blood vessels that can be opened, but the key is to keep your blood vessels closed until you are comfortable with the process.
It is important to understand that it is very possible for this to happen, but it is not as common as people think.
After you open up your blood vessel, you will feel the sensation of blood running from the veins into your body.
It can be a little uncomfortable, and it can take a few days to feel the swelling.
After your blood pressure is back to normal, your blood will be able to flow again, but there is a chance that you will not be able get the blood flow back to your brain.
In my case, after three weeks of being in this position, I had a slight seizure and my brain was in a vegetative state for some time.
This is because my veins are still clogged, so the blood will flow in from the outside of my skull.
Once you have fully drained all the blood, the procedure is over.
I will keep you posted on the progress of the process as it progresses.