Vitamins/Supplements for CCSVI/MT Patients?

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Vitamins/Supplements for CCSVI/MT Patients?

Postby adamt » Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:41 am

;Hi,

I have CCSVI and other venous conditions

- IJV's are stenosed as they enter the chest
- May Thurner
- Poorly developed Lumbar Veins (Hypoplasia)


And i have been taking the following Vitamins/Supplements every day:
Calcium - 800mg
Magnesium - 650mg
Zinc - 75mg
Copper - 2mg
Potassium - 100mg
Fish oil (omega3) - 3000mg
Vit B50
Vit B12 - 1000 ug
Vit C - 1000mg
Vit D3 - 5000 IU
Vit E - 400 IU
Selenium - 200mcg
Beta Caretene - 15mg

Half of these are taken at midday and the other half in the evening.
I also taker a 75mg Aspirin and 0.50mg Propecia (Finasteride) (for hair loss) every morning.



So i was wondering if any of these vitamins/supplements/meds are bad for CCSVI/MT/poorly developed lumbar veins ?
or not necessary to take

Am i missing any vitamins/minerals/supplements that can help with my CCSVI/MT/Lumbar veins ?


thank you
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Postby adamt » Tue Nov 16, 2010 6:46 am

any thoughts?
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Postby daniel » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:11 am

I'm guessing the reason not many people are replying is that this has been posted many times in the forums.. you can try searching in google for:

"vitamins OR supplements" site:thisisms.com (google link)

or there is a great endothelial health program posted by cheer originally more than a year ago before her husband had the procedure done. Here's a link to it:

http://ccsvialliance.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=71&Itemid=112
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Postby adamt » Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:12 am

thanks Daniel
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