sou wrote:Not even in 240000000000000000000000 hours, actually...
BooBear wrote:Can we ask those who have had relapses post-liberation whether or not they have stopped taking their medications?
I suspect that we will need to continue the meds for some time to control inflammation until things restore to normal, but I don't know if an antibiotic with anti-inflammatory properties would be just as effective as one of the CRABS here.
Any info is very much appreciated.
Very sorry for that...in the information card they give in Poland after procedure (at least in Katowice) usually the diagnosis mentions in which vein they found stenosis and how it was treated - also I was informed by the vascular surgeon on what they did and received a CD where the procedure is taped and the ballooning of the jugular stenosis clearly visible. What happened there, not same for you?Dramis wrote:For myself i've been liberated on 8th of july they hard a hard time finding one vein... (or have they find it)now i'm sittin home returned from Poland on the 12th of july with no improvement at all. anyone seen a restenosis in a week !! I feel like crap with 13.000 less in bank account.
L wrote:sou wrote:Not even in 240000000000000000000000 hours, actually...
I think that's a little pessimistic perhaps. That's quite a long time. I should hope that medicine has moved on by then.
Hi ann, I'd say CCSVI plays overall a big part of a preventative role but there are unfortunately still other factors... I'm very sorry for you, hope you get better soon!annbbe wrote:Hi, i am after one liberation, still no restenosis (and i did the procedure more than a year ago!), but...i got a relapse, and from yesterday till friday i am on steroids...
And? What you say?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users