Cece wrote:I am sorry to hear that, SandyK. Have you talked to the doctor who did your procedure? I'd hope he'd get you back in for a follow-up ultrasound to see if there were any changes in the flow for the worse that could be causing the problems. You might also talk to your neurologist, if there's anything he can do? I've never had hand tremors.
Jdoyen, hope you are doing ok since the second procedure, I can't remember, I know you'd said one vein was blocked but if any other veins were ballooned, maybe there will be benefit from that. All the best.
johnjoe wrote:i got a doppler ultrasound done today in dublin and it showed that my veins are blocked again, 10th months since i was in bulgaria and go ccsvi done using balloon> has anyone else seen this happen to them and what did you do? did you go back, another procedure done? stenting used at all??
leetz wrote:....thinking that waiting is better than doing irreversible damage to the viens...
munchkin wrote:My comments are already here, but I am wondering if anyone keeps track of those of us who had treatment and are getting worse.
I would like to think that there would be some useful information to be garnered from those of us who did show improvements and then lost them as our veins closed for whatever reason.
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