Can I ask where you were tested, adamt? I am interested as you mention the price in £'s.
I was rtested iin France, however i m not sure if i can reveal names at the moment, i wil ask the doctor on Friday if they are ok with it.
The fact that this doc wanted you to have such an expensive phlebography test £4000 suggests that doesn't know much about CCSVI.
Look for an expert on CCSVI. Are you sure that the doppler used was the designed by Zamboni?
Not sure why your doc said only 10% of liberated patients see improvements. The testimonies of Drs Simka and Zamboni at the Canadian Parliament suggest otherwise.
no, my doctor has performed numerous liberation procedures - ballloon angioplasty. and also explained how none of them had recoil/re
But like i said she said only 10% see improvements,
this bothers me, as i cant help but think that they could be doing the angipplasty incoorrectly!
When I had my doppler it lasted about half an hour, when the technician was finished she said : "Everything seems to look normal". I was disappointed when she said this. Then when I received the written report it said that I had more than 50% stenosis. Has this technician been doing dopplers for CCSVI, or were you the first patient?
No, the doctor is a angiologist, and has experience with CCSVI testing.
The doctor said its possible for people wthout MS to show one jugular thinner than the other.
Does anyone have Dr Zamboni's balloon angioplasty procedure protocol?
or any angioplasty protocol for CCSVI?
I would feel more comfortable if i showed the doctor this first
- - i really dont want to undergo the procedure to then have ballooning, and see NO change.
thanks everyone for your replies