PCakes wrote:doing a bit of surfing...
What are the symptoms of venous insufficiency?
Symptoms of venous insufficiency include:
•Prominent varicose veins or ropy veins
•Aching, burning, or throbbing sensations in the legs and feet
.. from the beginning i believed that CCSVI, the VI part - venous insuffiency, would with research be revealed as systemic.. I still believe this. Look at the symptoms above..the last 3, at least, are very common in MS..yes? and why would these venous issues be unique to the cerebro-spinal area? in some cases maybe but, if CCSVI is congenital, (excluding environmental & trauma as the cause) if the venous system is malformed in vitro it seems likely, to me, that the entire venous system would/could be involved..
Without MS, you go to your doctor and complain of the symptoms above.. you will likely be sent for imaging of some sort and/or a vascular specialist .. with MS.. sorry "it must be the MS". Familiar words?
It's taken us a lifetime to get into this MeSs but i do believe that we are in good hands now.
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