cheerleader wrote: But for those who would like normal venous return to their brains, why should they be denied a known medical procedure?
HappyPoet wrote:I never wanted to do this, but...
In hopes that no one gets hurt again...
Bob, remember what happened back in early February of this year? I'm certain no one, especially you, wants a repeat of that kind of episode.
I'm going to make you a deal: If you stop posting until your flare is under control, I'll keep your secret safe -- the secret I discovered when you let your mind become so consumed with rage that you stopped being able to think properly and so let down your guard.
I hope everyone has a nice day.
lumpc1 wrote:lyon, FU[/b]
Billmeik wrote:Otherwise you sound lame and hysterical like a neuro.
fogdweller wrote:cheerleader wrote: But for those who would like normal venous return to their brains, why should they be denied a known medical procedure?
I don't know why, but this issue kept me awake half the night. Why in the world won't they offer the treatment?
ozarkcanoer wrote:This thread is getting more interesting than a soap opera !!!
bluesky63 wrote:I ended up having a procedure very similar to the liberation procedure, in which a catheter was threaded through my blood vessels and advanced into my heart, where the problem area was identified and burned away.
So I can completely relate to the concept of having a physical defect that would have a wide range of expressions, from no symptoms to extreme symptoms.
Johnson wrote:There is little hesitation for Budd-Chiari, renal vein occlusion, deep veins in the leg, etc. There is little squeamishness in doing arteries within the brain, etc.
I think that it is an academic exercise involving relationships between MS and CCSVI. Meanwhile, a recognized, and treatable pathology is ignored. Remember that MS is thought to be an auto-immune disorder. There is no proof of that, yet it is treated as such. There is a disconnect in approaches.
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