Cece wrote:My hands and feet were ice cold for as long as I can remember. After CCSVI venoplasty, they've warmed up. It might be an improvement to the autonomic nervous system, with improved ability to self-regulate temperature.
Cece wrote:Civickiller, your feet are cold in Hawaii? That is salt in the wound. In 80 degree weather.
coach wrote:Struggle with cold hands cold feet when I'm sitting or standing holding onto somthing of course. I do have MS and have had CCSVI treatment. I wanted to ask if anyone else had speaking difficulties, not slurring of speech which cleared up after CCSVI treatment but just have a hard time talking (horse). Checked out by an ENT doctor. No problems with vocal cords but talking takes a lot of energy and is an effort.
Thekla wrote:...I noticed that a glass of wine seemed to help in the evening... I am stopping the wine to see if the warm feet continue without it.
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