Low Blood pressure issues post angioplasty.....anyone else?

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Postby pinksapphire » Thu Aug 19, 2010 11:53 am

whyRwehere wrote:Gibbledygook has has very low blood pressure after the procedure, but she was also pregnant, and I think she has a twisted stent....check in the regimen forum for her posts. And she noted that cocoa really affected her BP as well. My husband had and still has very low BP after the procedure...I think maybe you have unresolved blockage.




Thanks for the info.
I dont have any of my symptoms back. Not MS fatigue, just tired from low BP. I felt great for 3 months post procedure, then it came back....? I don't understand that. Does your husband have any other blockages or did his symptoms come back?
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Postby pinksapphire » Thu Aug 19, 2010 11:57 am

Can you tell me what page the forum is on, I can't find it :(
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Postby Cece » Thu Aug 19, 2010 12:04 pm

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Postby whyRwehere » Thu Aug 19, 2010 12:15 pm

My husband never lost his symptoms...he had his left jugular unblocked, but he had missing veins in the pelvic region, where there was nothing to be done. It is always possible that he has other missed blockages. He seems more awake in the evening and more with it, but his low BP, his bladder issues, his progressively worsening leg strength/walking...those things remained as before. I think his legs get worse, because he is unable to exercise them...he still has leg spasms. I think everyone should try to be tested for ccsvi, just like they should be tested for Hughe's or Lyme disease, but ccsvi treatment may not be able to help everyone, or it may just be part of the story.....but your story is that you have lower BP after the procedure...if I were you, I would be getting checked over at the doctors, to make sure all is flowing properly. Are you in the US?
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Postby pinksapphire » Thu Aug 19, 2010 12:52 pm

I'm in Nova Scotia, Canada.
I'd have to travel to Barrie Ontario to get scanned....can't afford that now.....even if I could and I found out I was blocked again I couldn't get the procedure done again because the money just isnt there.
Like I said though, my MS symptoms didnt come back, and the ones that improved are still the same.
This is really frustrating me because I felt sooooooo great for almost 3 months post procedure, then it hit me again. I don't understand that part of it.
I am under doctors care now. All blood work came back fine. I see my vascular surgeon on Monday and I am being referred to a cardiologist.
I'm hoping for answers sooner rather than later.
I just want my life back again. I had a taste of it and it was taken away again :(
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Postby pinksapphire » Thu Aug 19, 2010 3:25 pm

Cece wrote:http://www.thisisms.com/forum-22.html




Thank you CeCe. That put my mind at ease. She said her BP got better. I'm praying that mine will too.
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