cheerleader wrote:...If you were found to have an occluded carotid artery... If you were found to have an occluded hepatic vein, you would be treated. How are most of these venous or arterial disease detected? AFTER damage has been done to the organ they feed or drain. Docs don't go looking for venous or arterial disease on a whim. There are indictions. Same with CCSVI/MS...
I have MS and I fall down and broke my leg... I would be treated.
I have MS and get cold... I would be treated.
But that treatments are not in relation with my MS... It's still here!
So it's CCSVI.... 25% of healty population have it.... let's treat them all.... CCSVI is cured... but MS still remains!
If you have MS and CCSVI, and cure CCSVI, CCSVI fatique will gone (perhapse, if you'r lucky and you don't restenosed) but MS fatique will remain. Thats what good doctors are teling us. (do you need quote?)
So, what's the point of treating CCSVI for MS patients?
We have bigger problems than fatique... If you can't fix it (MS)... why bother with this? 10000$ for fatique? I can rest a lot for this money.