Is a possible thalamus link something you can comment on?
Who has this area as a speciality?
nr. 1 treatment agioplasty, nr 2 treatment angioplasty and when necessary open surgery, bur only on the jugular veins. He called this open surgery on the jugular veins a safe option.
My question is: Should this be a safe option for a completely blocked vein which could not be treated by angioplasy?
And is there already experience with this option, and do you consider this save too.
At least for me this remark of Dr. Zamboni wasa the first time this option was mentioned.
ersonally, my choice is to have stents implanted-but I appreciate that many others would be hesitant because of the dangers.
I suspect that because my veins tightened on the sixth day, the chances of migration would be lessoned after the veins start to narrow again. The veins would tightened their grip on the stent.
I felt human again after the procedure; in my mind it's worth the risks as opposed to the certainty of a horrible fate.
Each person has to make their own informed decision.
MS_Mama's post makes me wonder about blood volume. Could an increase in blood volume in pregnancy cause more flow of blood and cause pressure on the veins as well, pushing them to open more? Then postpartum could the sudden change in pressure cause veins to collapse and start a cascade of relapses? Perhaps it it too simplistic .
LR1234 wrote:Dr Sclafani, I would like to get your opinion on manipulations of the neck/bones. From my own personal experience everytime I have my neck or lower back manipulated by a chiropractor I seem to have a relapse!
do you think that manipulating the neck and back can have an effect on blood flow?
What are your thoughts?
i am certainly not an expert on manipulation of the neck. but disks can sometimes be put back in place, i guess they can be pushed out of place. Perhaps what has happened is some movement that resulted in compresion of the vertebral veins that travel inside the bony vertebrae and slower flow. if you jugulars are narrowed, you need your vertebral veins even more so.
good question. sorry my answer is not based upon evidence
I wonder if anyone has done a randomized prospective blinded trial on manipulation of MSers?
THEGREEKFROMTHED wrote:dr sclafani,
i have been eating a lot of feta cheese since my liberation. Do you surmise this may be counterproductive and perhaps traces have accumulated back into my IJV's? For Sparta?
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