(please read both paragraphs and tell me what you think)
I went to my doctor (apparently he hasn't heard of CCSVI) and (long story short) said I think there's something wrong and want to be sure about everything in my body especially the veins leading to my brain and being a nervous and shaky person I am, he thought it would be good to reassure me that it's the MS and nothing in addition to it, SO now I have an appointment to diagnose THE veins by MRI on next week. "Brain MRI angiography" that's what he wrote, is that it? will it show CCSVI? at least I'll know if I have that blocked vein, I'll worry about operation later.
I want to know what's the problem why shouldn't anyone act on his/her own, I mean for all I found out there's one or more blockage in the veins and any blockage in any vein in human body should be removed, right? why does it matter if it's related to MS or not? (of course I'm really happy, and DO believe it's a big step if not the cure) anyway what's all th fuss about "Known Risks" or "The dangers of false hope " or "This is experimental" ... etc. ????
NO VEIN SHOULD BE BLOCKED IN HUMAN BODY, MS OR NO MS
sorry if I shouldn't have created a new topic, I just couldn't figure out what keyword to search for
PS: MS 8 years, avonex 5 years