Rokkit wrote:This describes me exactly. My sudden onset fatigue spells ceased the day of my treatment and I haven't had one since. I haven't gone a week without a BM since my treatment, not even 3 days. And it's been 17 months now. I can't rule out placebo, but I think it's unlikely. OTOH, my legs fatigue easier, I have pins and needles in both feet now instead of one and I have some ED creeping in, oh joy. I'm sure I'm one of the lucky 6 mentioned by Dr. Dake.
There are a few Stanford people who now have or will soon have additional treatment. It will be interesting to see if it helps. I'm pretty sure I'm going to try it again. The way it looks right now, having talked to a few doctors, I'm leaning towards either Dr. Arata at PI or waiting several months for Dr. Sclafani to get a lot of experience.
lucky125 wrote:I hope that whoever is treating you next will balloon the azygos even if it looks o.k!
Good Hunting! Hope you bag something!
As one of the original Stanford 2009 group, Dake did place a stent in my bent Azygos. I will always believe that is what removed large motor problems and massive body pain.
I am still running at 100%.
Now comes the Subaru comparison. If that little spider can build its web in the hose part of the ignition controller, it surely compares to webby stuff in the Azygous I would think.
Subaru sent each Service Dealership a long bottle brush type thing to clean the webs out. mmmm.....maybe take one with you?
We could invent a balloon with a brush exterior? or maybe they did that.
Anyways, best of luck.
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