Ruthless67 wrote:In Kuwait the MS patient is increasing and it is estimated about 3000 – 6000 patients.
In conclusion, the incidence and prevalence of MS in Kuwait has increased between the early and late 1990s with no signs of leveling off.
So my question is why the increase? And it’s not just Kuwait seeing this increase.Our results so far shows strong link between CCSVI and M.S.
It has also been established that CCSVI is a congenital disorder and precedes the development of MS.
OK, so what starts all this congenital disorder? How do we get to the bottom of that? What is X if: X = congenital disorder = MS
I can’t believe it’s just genetic and passed by our genes. That wouldn’t explain it’s rapid increase.
I’m thinking it’s organic in origin. Because MS has been with us for quite a while.
More like a lack of something in parents diet like Vitamin D or because, starting with our parents generation, we don’t cook with bones anymore, so we get much less collagen in our diets.
Or maybe it’s the pesticides used in farming since the 40’s that we’ve all been ingesting like PCB, DDT etc; or the fertilizers, or pollution in general. But wait, MS has been around much longer than these things, so again,
I’m thinking it’s organic in origin. But again, something that’s been present all along, just getting stronger in nature over the last few years.
I think maybe it’s something naturally occurring but in an overgrowth state such as Candida albicans where the mother has this condition and in the womb the fetus then has the same condition and it effects the vascular system during it’s developmental stage.The truncular venous malformation (VM) represents an embryologically defective vein where developmental arrest has occurred during the vascular trunk formation period in the 'later stage' of the embryonic development.
I can’t find it, but I’m pretty sure Dr. Zamboni eluded to something along these lines in his research. I believe I read it paraphrased on another thread.
Or it could be fungal, even parasitic in nature that follows the same scenario as above. Kind of like what they learned about the origin of ulcers.
But if it is organic in origin, why the increase now? What has changed?
The increasing cases of MS have been steady, but these documented stats regarding this 7 year period, 1993 - 2000, in Kuwait is very powerful.
As we get closer to answers, there are so many questions…………I believe it is a puzzle!
Ruth, dont forget the gene mutation that might be playing a role. It takes generation of mutations to result in bad genes. So for generations we might be getting mutated genes. And we will pass on these bad genes to our children ...