adamt wrote:i know its only been 24 hours since liberation but i see no changes and this bothers me as everyone else seems to see big improvements immediately.
drbart wrote:The question is, why doesn't everyone improve a lot?
Also the MRV results said:
The Right IJV is constricted between the transverse process of the atlas vertebra and the digastric muscle. On the left side significant compression of the IJV in the same mechanism, however the lumen of the vessel is visable on he entire length.
adamt wrote:Cece, after Dr Sclafani saw my images he said he thinks i have May Thurners, however i dont have any M-T symptoms like deep vein thrombosis,
my left thigh just sings a bit at times,
and my left leg is weaker than my right leg but that could just be a coincidence
im thinking if its worth getting the M-T (if i actually have it) treated when i dont have M-T symptoms?
Cece wrote:I think so...because maybe it's causing those mild left leg issues and it would also be redirecting blood flow into the azygous. If you have any residual stenosis there it could be too much for the azygous. If it were me I'd get it checked out and let the doctor decide.
Cece wrote:I think if nerves are 'compromised' then the restoration of blood flow can make those compromised nerves functional again. But if it's permanent damage, then they cannot come back.
adamt wrote:thank you very much for all the replies, this has made
Everyone is right, even though i kept telling myself 'i am expecting the
worse' but deep down i expected immediate improvements.
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