Hi Cece ,like Nunzio I am very interested in the finding, with your flow pattern. It would appear we are on another learning discovery. If the flow has diverted there are possibly insights to other flow anomalies that could be present in others and with symptom type groupings.
It is interesting, isn't it. There is the question of why, with near complete blockage of one jugular and absolute complete blockage of the other, why did I not climb the EDSS chart like a mountaineer. I had bad jugular CCSVI but "mild" MS. Mild in quotes, because of the cogfog and severe fatigue and plenty of hindrances to full living. But nothing needed ballooning in the azygous, that is why I did not have spinal lesions and that sort of disability?
This laptop does not have a cd drive or I would share images!
I can also report more sensory improvements: my orange juice tasted so good this morning, as did the rest of my breakfast. This happened when I was pregnant, each time; food tasted really, really good. I assumed that was due to the pregnancy and hormones but perhaps it was due to vascular changes of pregnancy?
My left arm numbness is still there but different in quality. It's not a constant thing, so it's hard to make much of a change out there.
It's almost a cliche, but I did not need socks when I slept last night, which is highly unusual for me and my cold feet.