Merlyn wrote:AdamT-I think the first step would be just to test your iron metabolism, see what the result is, then proceed... you have to realize this is not even on a doctor's radar yet, this is a discovery recently made by a bunch of us questioning iron metabolism. We do not know at this point what the relationship is between these results and CCSVI. It is just that so many of us are finding abnormal iron metabolism, we are trying to sort out what it all means. We do need some doctors to get on board here... hemochromatosis is usually treated through phlebotomy. But until you know if you have such condition, it is all speculation.
When you say Iron Matobolism would that just be:
Total Iron Binding Capacity
If i have a Iron overload, would this be a possible indicator that i have CCSVI ? even if its a slight indication