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Postby Liberation » Sun Mar 20, 2011 3:00 pm

LR1234 wrote:I think my scar tissue is still growing as I am having a bit of pain under my ear:( There is not a lot of room up there.

I so hope my body grows some new veins to compensate.


Did you get it checked? Pain can occur due to other things. Nerves are close to the veins and muscles could be also hurt.
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Postby griff » Sat Mar 26, 2011 6:32 am

LR1234 wrote:I think my scar tissue is still growing as I am having a bit of pain under my ear:( There is not a lot of room up there.

I so hope my body grows some new veins to compensate.


Where did they do your procedure? What techniques have been used (large ballon, cutting balloon, cutting annulus, stent, etc.)? Did you get a doppler? My IR looked at my IJV and he told me that he would see if the vein wall would be thicker due to scarring.
I w hope you get better.
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Postby blossom » Sat Mar 26, 2011 1:00 pm

wouldn't a doppler indicate intimal hyperplasia as well as a clot?? when they do the doppler isn't it to indicate bad flow?? would we have to get a venogram to tell the flow is stopped?? then if we get the veinogram to tell us and if they injure the veins more when trying to correct the problem---where does it all stop---i'm just not grasiping the whole picture here. or am i??

any help???
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