L wrote:Vivianne766 wrote:I'm also one of the unfortunate 1/3's that saw no improvements.
It's been more than 3 weeks.
Let's hope you are one of the other 1/3rd who sees improvements within six months..
Dear every one,
It's been over 7 weeks now since my procedure. And I thought I had no improvements but the fact is there has been some. The first 2 weeks were bad. Esp. the bladder control was so bad I could not be out for even an hour.
But since 2 weeks ago I have realized a great improvement on my bladder control and that is a big deal to me. Also my energy level has been UP.
A friend of mine who did not even know I have done any procedures met up with me one evening. It was around 11 pm. That is kinda LATE for me.
Not only I was awake enough to greet her. we spent a couple of hours doing stuff. And I even made coffee and cleaned up and was actively working with her. Even got up a few times to get her stuff from the kitchen and ..... The next day she called me and asked what was going on? I was not the same old tired worn out Viv anymore.
So............ that's good news.
My walking is not better at all !!! Not yet.
Still hard to use hands for typing etc.
But well let's wait and see what happens.
My ultrasound that was done the day after my procedure still shows abnormalities. 3 out of 5 of the CCSVI criteria are present and .... stuff.
It's funny. Can some one tell me why we must do the ultrasound after the procedure? Mine was still abnormal in some ways but that's all the told me.
Any way. people hang in there and all tips all welcome.