Algis wrote:I am glad to see all of you still here.
Personally the progress of the disease seems to have stopped. For years I had no relapse, tho I also don't regain any lost function.
@Doctor Sclafani: do you recall we once talk about a marker in the blood that peak when a thrombosis start forming? I searched the (too?) numerous pages trying to find the post but to not avail. Could you tell me again the name of this marker Doctor? Life is strange and my Spouse is now closely working with an R&D facility in Pharma stuff. I haven't quit my idea of suggesting a quick "marker" detector; cheap and effective,
Thank you Doctor; and all;
It is D-Dimer.
It brings up an important point, ,markers of platelet activation are elevated in PwMS. This may explain the slight propensity for jugular angioplasty to result in thrombosis, especially in tobacco smoking MS patients.