Over 3000 People In Japan Cite Severe Nosebleeds & Radiation Type Symptoms In 11 Days

nosebleed.s600x600Takahiro Katsumi has been following an unusual trend on twitter in Japan. People began posting complaints of severe nosebleeds, then the complaints grew and grew with more people every day citing the problem. Many of these also included complaints of nausea, fatigue and other symptoms similar to the run of complaints found among the population in Japan right after the 2011 triple meltdowns. Most of the nosebleeds have been severe with many unable to stop the problem.

 

There has been some speculation that the recent typhoon that crossed Japan on Sept 16th could have disturbed contamination in the soil and environment causing some re-exposure. This has not been clearly documented. It may be hard to document if the rises in airborne contamination were brief or localized. Some small increases in air dose as the typhoon passed were noted but monitoring posts may not be capable of picking up such an event reliably and these small increases are within the ranges seen at these stations.
Others have wondered if it is a hay fever type trend. While this is not a scientific study it does seem to indicate something is going on. Since most people are not seeking any sort of treatment it isn’t being recorded in the medical sector’s tracking of health problems.

Read all the reports about the health problems being found on social media here:
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