frodo wrote:and the treatment of this symptom remains difficult
Cece wrote:Isn't it something, how defensive the neurologists have been about their theory and resistant to CCSVI theory, when theirs is full of "not fully understood" and by unknown mechanism, and ours beats theirs by actually have an explanation for things? Yes, CCSVI needs to be researched and proven, but the whole dismissing it out of hand would make more sense if they had more to stand on themselves.
ozarkcanoer wrote:Chronic pain and fatigue are my worst symptoms. Not only do they not know how to control fatigue but they also do not know how to treat chronic pain. Not only are these two symptoms not treatable but they are invisible. I think that is one reason that the current research on stem cells and myelin repair don't really excite me. Both seem to be science fiction cures with no guarantee that fatigue or pain will go away. Iv'e never read a paper stating that any of the far-out research will really help these most debilitating symptoms. I guess I am just angry today because I am tired and my pain is back. I had two stents put in my IJVs on July 17. I am still going to wait for 3-4 months before I make a judgement on whether the procedure has helped me or not.
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