gibbledygook wrote:I have spinal and brain lesions but Professor Dake could only find stenoses, albeit rather large one in both jugular veins.
I have spinal and brain lesions but Professor Dake could only find stenoses, albeit rather large one in both jugular veins.
blocked IJV leads to increased load and altered haemodynamics throughout the whole vertebral plexus
ozarkcanoer wrote:I have about 40 brain lesions and as far as I know 0 spine lesions.
Talk of a "roaring pulse noise" caught my attention. When my fatigue and headache come on me my head is hot and it pulses and I can hear it very loudly. It is so loud that I can nod my head at the beat. It is horrible. It just seems that CCSVI has to account for this somehow. These are the kind of symptoms that are most difficult to describe.. I'm almost ashamed to try to tell my neuro lest I be called neurotic or crazy. Maybe I'm not so crazy after all. Boy do I want to go to BNAC and get the US and MRI/MRV.
Thanks for listening to my rant .
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