Billmeik wrote:to be honest I dont get why people see so much improvement. It almost weakens the arguement, since after liberation none of the damage is gone.
And yes I think the lesions could have some lasting 'momentum' .
The only case that sticks in my head here is an attack without restenosis. That is something Ive been waiting for and fearing and it seems to be here.
I wondered about this too. The myelin sheath is not restored once the clogged veins are unclogged/cleared etc..
How do people suddenly find that their balance is better when the reason their legs are in a bad way is because of myelin erosion?
It does make me wonder if it is a short term 'fix' for people who are not so badly affected with gait/balance/loss of sensations is arms and legs so its easier for them to benefit from this.