Symtpom change post-CCSVI treatment

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Symtpom change post-CCSVI treatment

Postby suzq77 » Thu Jul 08, 2010 1:50 pm

Has any had a complete flip in sensation? My feet and legs are usually cold (on the inside; a sensory feeling - not cold to the touch). But as of last night, they feel warm and they're buzzing more, as if the neurons are firing? I dunno. Call me crazy but it feels different - not in a bad way, though... Input, please?
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Postby Cece » Thu Jul 08, 2010 5:53 pm

Not after ccsvi treatment (next month, can't wait) but after IBT! Three times: when I first started it, when I bumped it up higher, and when I came back after two weeks vacation. Tingling buzzy feet but in a good way. Not sure if this helps but I wanted to post because it was something I was not expecting and I have to assume it's a blood flow benefit from the IBT; I can't say I understand it. Each time it only lasted a few days.
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Postby lucky125 » Fri Jul 09, 2010 5:54 am

suzq77,

I came out of my procedure with warm pink feet! They have remaind that way for the past 4 months. I still have some sensory issues. Feet feel cold when they are actually warm to the touch, but only occassionally. And it is not a hurting cold, just mildly irritating.

Congrats on your warm, buzzy feet!
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