Physician Warns Hillary Suffering Post-Concussion Syndrome: ‘Confusion, Dizzy, VERY Concerning’

Physician Warns Hillary Suffering Post-Concussion Syndrome: ‘Confusion, Dizzy, VERY Concerning’

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A prominent Florida physician is warning that the concussion Hillary Clinton suffered in December 2012 that led to a serious blood clot requiring hospitalization may also have caused her to suffer post-concussion syndrome, with symptoms including confusion, headaches and dizziness.


“The recent press reports about Hillary’s health point to the possibility she may yet be suffering the symptoms of post-concussion syndrome,” Dr. Daniel Kassicieh, D.O., a dual board certified osteopathic neurologist and a leading headache specialist who directs the Florida Headache and Movement Disorder Center in Sarasota, Florida, told WND in an exclusive telephone interview.

“Electing someone to be president of the United States who has post-concussion syndrome is a real concern to me,” Kassicieh said.

I have noticed that when Hillary walks she does so in a very slow and methodical manner, often appearing as if she is drunk and unsteady on her feet. It’s no secret that Hillary is a heavy drinker, but the post-concussion syndrome may account for her more recent stumbles.   

WND previously reported Hillary Clinton has been prescribed Armour Thyroid, a natural medication made from desiccated pig thyroid glands, for her hypothyroid condition and Coumadin – a brand name of warfarin, which initially was developed as a well-known rat poison – for her congenital tendency to form blood clots. WND also reported the medication Clinton has taken since 1998 to deal with her blood-clotting problems may have side effects that are hazardous to her health, including blurred vision and confusion, both of which she has experienced. And a California physician warned Coumadin could be more life-threatening to her than the possibility of a recurring blood clot.

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Kassicieh pointed to published incidents that WND has previously reported:

  • Bill Clinton, during a question and answer session at the Peterson Foundation in Washington, on May 14, 2014, told the audience that the concussion Hillary suffered “required six months of very serious work to get over.”
  • After Clinton recovered sufficiently from the concussion and brain clot suffered in December 2012 to testify before Congress on Benghazi in January 2013, the New York Daily News reported she was wearing medically modified eyeglasses. Attached to each lens by transparent adhesive tape was a Fresnel prism designed to treat the double vision resulting from the concussion and blood clot.
  • On Nov. 16, 2015, between Hillary Clinton’s aides Huma Abedin and Monica Hanley dated Jan. 26, 2013, regarding Clinton’s schedule. The aides said it was “very important” to go over phone calls with Clinton because the former secretary of state was “often confused.”
  • Clinton’s five-minute bathroom break at the third Democratic debate in Goffstown, New Hampshire, on Dec. 19, 2015, initially attributed to the distance of the woman’s bathroom from the stage, was reported to have caused a “flare up of problems from brain injury” that required Clinton to sit in a chair off-stage to recover from fatigue, dizziness and disorientation.
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“Add these published reports to the fact Hillary tends to make short public appearances and often appears fatigued, as well as her alleged forgetfulness over the last six to eight months would all point to her having some degree of post-concussion syndrome,” Kassicieh said.

The Mayo Clinic website lists the following as symptoms of post-concussion syndrome: headaches, dizziness, fatigue, irritability, anxiety, insomnia, loss of concentration, loss of memory, as well as sensitivity to noise and light.

“Headaches that occur after a concussion can vary and may feel like tension-type headaches or migraines,” the Mayo Clinic website states. “Most, however, are tension-type headaches, which may be associated with a neck injury that happened at the same time as the head injury.

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“In some cases, people experience behavior or emotional changes after a mild traumatic brain injury,” the Mayo Clinic stresses. “Family members may notice that the person has become more irritable, suspicious, argumentative or stubborn.”

Let’s be honest, it does not matter what condition Hillary is in, not to sound morbid, but she could be dead and Liberals would still vote for her.

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