Monday, September 12, 2016

Hillary weird symptoms are probably caused by her use of Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS)



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Hillary weird symptoms are probably caused by her use of:


Vagus Nerve Stimulation (VNS)

(She probably has been implanted with a VNS after her falling and blood clot on the brain incident.)

The most common side effects include hoarseness, coughing, tingling in the neck, and problems swallowing. These usually happen only when the nerve is being stimulated. These side effects generally are mild and tend to go away over time.

Hillary has a big coughing problem. If you turn the stimulator up to much it causes coughing or clearing your throat. The surgery also causes double vision and loss of coordination etc.

Her handlers can't control what is happening to her. Loud noises, bright lights etc cause seizures.


You’ll also get a handheld magnet to use. When you bring it near the stimulator, it generates an immediate current of electricity to stop a seizure in progress or reduce the severity of the seizure.

This is where the mysterious black man who is always near hillary comes in.

He has the handheld magnet and probably uses it to help stop a seizure in progress. (Ie RESET HILLARY!)

So look for the mysterious black man holding, hugging, rubbing hillary. He is using the magnet. This is a signal a siezure is in progress. This is also why you see the black guy whisper in hear ear after he stops her seizure. He probably is telling her something like. "Hillary dear you had seizure. You were talking about". Then you suddenly see her face change into a smile. She has in effect been reset just like a robot!!!!!
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What Is Vagus Nerve Stimulation?

For this epilepsy treatment, a doctor implants a pacemaker-like device in your body to stimulate the vagus nerve, which runs from your brain to your torso. It serves many organs, including your larynx (voice box), lungs, heart, and digestive tract.

How Is It Done?

Your doctor will put you under with general anesthesia. He’ll insert a device, which is about the size of a silver dollar, under the skin in the upper part of your chest. He’ll run a connecting wire under your skin from the stimulator to an electrode attached to the vagus nerve, which he can access through a small cut in your neck.
How Does It Work?

After it’s implanted, the stimulator is programmed to generate pulses of electricity at regular intervals, depending on how much you can take. It could stimulate your nerve for 30 seconds every 5 minutes. The settings are adjustable, and the current is gradually increased as you can take more. Don’t do it yourself: The doctor will reprogram the device in his office. You’ll get a handheld magnet. When you bring it near the stimulator, it generates an immediate current of electricity to stop a seizure in progress or reduce the severity of the seizure.

VNS is an add-on therapy, which means it is used in addition to another type of treatment. You’ll continue to take your seizure medications. But you may be able to reduce the dose over time.

Who Gets It? (People like Hillary Clinton most likely.)

Medications called anticonvulsant or anti-seizure drugs work for most people. But some people either don’t respond to them or can’t tolerate the side effects. Surgery to remove the part of the brain that causes seizures is an option.

But not everyone should get that surgery. Maybe your seizures are produced throughout your brain or your medications can’t control them. That’s when VNS is a good option.

How Does VNS Work?

Doctors don’t know for sure. They do know that the vagus nerve is an important pathway to your brain. They think stimulating the nerve sends electrical energy into a wide area of the brain. That disrupts the abnormal brain activity that causes seizures. Another theory suggests that stimulating the nerve makes your brain release special brain chemicals that lower seizure activity.


Are There Risks?

Yes. It could injure the nerve or nearby blood vessels, including your carotid artery and jugular vein. Plus there are risks associated with any surgical procedure, like infection, bleeding, or an allergic reaction to the anesthesia.

Does It Work?

VNS isn’t a cure. It’s rare for seizures to go away completely. But many people who have VNS notice that their seizures are less frequent and less severe.


Are There Side Effects?

The most common ones include hoarseness, coughing, tingling in the neck, and problems swallowing. These usually happen only when the nerve is being stimulated. These side effects generally are mild and tend to go away over time.


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Three blood clots, a concussion, deep vein thrombosis: Hillary's shielded medical history is no longer just for conspiracy theorists as her 'penchant for privacy' gets serious scrutiny
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Bob McLain Show 9-12 hr 2 - jo call

Audio

Mon, 12 Sep 2016

A great phone call from Jo explaining what could be wrong with Hillary, Vagus Nerve Stimulation.

blood clot found at 1:14

Bob McLain Show 9-12 hr 2 - jo call Monday, September 12, 2016 6:10 PM This is an excellant explaination of what Hillary is Hiding!!!!
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Listen to hour two on 9/12/2016 of the Bob mclain show podcast. There is a caller that explains why Hillary probably has Vagus Nerve Stimulation. It is an explaination that fully explains hillary's coughing and weird behaviour.

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