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Saturday, May 19, 2012


At last!

They are finally here!

CLOT BUSTER polka-dots now available for all to spread the word while riding, triathlon racing, running and what ever else you choose to do in these fine tops!

Get yours on-line by clicking on the PayPal button on the top right hand corner of this blog.

These fine clycling jerseys and triathlon tops are the best vehicle for us to spread the word about blood clots and blood clotting disorders while playing, training, and/or racing.

Get one for you and one for a friend!  All money made from these transactions will be re-invested in the making of more gear to continue spreading the word. 

Let's all together be CLOT BUSTERs to STOP THE CLOT!

I look forward to see many of your wearing these polka-dots while doing your activity of choice and thus inspire others to overcome the challenge of a clot incidient.

Thanks for reading,

Roland "The Clot Buster" Varga


Morna said...

I exercise moderately with hiking, mtn biking and weekly runs so I was really surprised when I was diagnosed with extensive PE's (pulmonary emboli) while on solo vacation in NYC. I'd been walking 6 - 8 hours for 3 days and was on my "rest" day when I suddenly experienced SOB and localized midsternal chest pain after coming up the stairs from the subway. What? My respirations were 40 and weren't coming down, even after 1/2 hour. I immediately thought of women's atypical chest (cardiac) pain as I have a family history, but I wasn't experiencing any sweating, nausea, radiating chest pains. I did have some right lower calf/Achilles pain when I woke up that morning...hence the "rest" day (BTW, negative Homan's sign for you medical people)....and I'm on hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms (big clue). After 1 hour and a medical friend's urging, I took a cab to the ER, checking in with "atypical chest pain"....magic words. I was diagnosed within 2 hrs after labs (D-dimmer was >4600,normal < 400), negative chest X-ray but positive chest CT. I was put on a monitored cardiac unit overnight without further symptoms and was discharged the next day on daily subcutaneous shots. On the second day I was able to walk 10 blocks before becoming slightly fatigued. I'm planning on continuing a slowly increasing exercise program over the next month...see how it goes. It's been rougher, more emotionally, then I expected; I guess mortality issues and frankly, the inconvenience factors of daily shots, hot flashes and changes in my exercise regime. I'm a 54 yr old healthy nurse---who wooda thunk?---but I'm the classic profile.

Morna said...

P.S. I ordered my cycling shirt!

My 60th Triathlon Finish !!!

My 60th Triathlon Finish !!!
First Time ever My Son got to cross the finish line with me. Without a doubt a Wonderful Experience