What Causes Thick Blood?

Hypercoagulation is the term used for thick blood. The process of fibrin being deposited into small blood vessels causes your blood to become thick. Fibrin, or the formation of it, is a step in the clotting process. Your immune system detecting bacteria, or having a genetic coagulation defect can effect the thickness of your blood. Always check with your doctor if you notice anything out of the .
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