I had my first symptoms when I was 14 years old; but I did not know anything about MS until.. I was diagnosed with MS at 47 years.
I am convinced that I got MS because of a pre-diabetic condition developing; my father has diabetes2. Clearly the MS could develop in combination with the stenoses.
When I was treated with angioplasty, the doctor explained how the veins grow in the pre-congenital phase. Clearly my stenoses date back from a very long time ago because there was something at 14 years of age and at 29 .. but for the rest I had a perfectly healthy life until let's say around 45 years.
Having said this, liberation from venous insufficiency will tremendously improve blood flow; and therefore sugar content delivered to the brains.
I dream, I mean really dream, after liberation, no question.. I had forgotten completely what that is for 10-20 years..
This demonstrates the improved glucose content.
But I also start to realise that the strongly improved glucose condition, in particular the high glucose or the huge alterrations I am used to and needed to feed my undernourished brain cells, cause a bad effect on the endothelium, an effect that is -at this stage and after liberation- essentially the same for people who develop diabetes. At least, that's what my thought is on this ...
I wish we could get some help from the medical professionals on this, but it seems that is not so easy to organise ...