You are an absolutely amazing person; courageous and honest!!! There was love and compassion and such truthfulness in your writings. Thank you for being the minority, the one who fits into the very small percentage of keeping it real, good or bad. This is what it should be about; caring for those who may or may not believe but continue to search. Those who are searching for answers should be able to find BOTH sides of the spectrum without being demeaned or ridiculed. I have never felt welcome until I read your post... thank you from the bottom of my heart for your honesty. I pray for your well being and hope the future has nothing but the best for you. I search everyday for a cure for MS, even a treatment will do but I search for my family that they may one day escape the painful lives we with ms had to endure but I search for truth and it is certainly hopeful and helpful to hear ALL the truths, not just those who thank GOD were successful as we ALL with MS have that right! Thank you and may GOD watch over you always and keep you strong and well, Kimmy <3joanp wrote:http://www.enjoyingtheride.com/
pklittle wrote:My initial venogram and angioplasty on 3 areas was done in Albany, no benefits realized.
Consulted and tested by a LOCAL FSIR (yeah!) on 8/24/2010. He did a thorough job using venogram to check my lower veins for MT and also the IJR, vena cava, illiac (don't know all the names). They entered from both sides. All was flowing great except for my left IJR which is a whole mess of collateral veins that he couldn't get the catheter by to check any further up or do angio. They provided me with a DVD of the entire test and written report as well.
The sad part is, nothing can be done. I guess I'm done. CCSVI got me.
Does this happen with any particular kind of stent or the type of stent has no bearing on this?
KDGO wrote:So PKlittle you reported nothing could be done but now your correct vein is found...can you get angio now? Is it affected?
This is hopefully good news of this finding.
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