Hi every one, Hi everyone, I am doing a survey as part of a study contribution for IRB aproval of CCSVI treatment. There has been some unanswered questions about the process of MS disability that may help with understanding the vascular conection.
Firstly I am PPMS and have had symptoms for about 10 years.
My question is; when you have a new symptom or an exacerbation of your symptoms does it happen over night or during the day?
I have often noticed the change during my day but have always thought that the change happened when I was sleeping and noticed the change during the day. I think that people with RRMS can answer this more accurately and I think it is part of the puzzle to MS that hasn't been answered, yet to me I believe it is an important link to CCSVI.
When a person has a major sudden onset of symptoms and they have an MRI there are sometimes many lesions seen, yet the symptoms happened 'overnight'. How can so many lesions be there and yet the symptoms onset happen so rapidly? If you have any insights please can you add them below.
Thanks for your help and input.
Take care, Nigel