lovebug wrote: Shall we say this Neurologist was `open minded` on CCSVI.... Maybe folks the tied is turning here slightly in Canada???? We can only hope, right...................
Cece wrote:in the brain region
typically the CCSVI procedure is performed on malformed jugular valves at the base of the neck, near the collar bones
fiddler wrote: Saying that the lower jugular is "close to the brain" and so "we should heed the neuros" concerning problems in those veins is just plain wrong on both fronts. My teeth are even closer to my brain, but I'm not going to ask my neuros advice about a toothache.
Cece wrote:A neurointerventional radiologist would be a good choice for blood vessel blockages actually in the brain.
A neurologist is a good choice if you want some nuvigil or provigil (good stuff) or have an inflammatory component to your MS and want disease modifying drugs. They are also good at tracking you through EDSS and MRIs as you decline.
In my view the neuros are not treating MS they are prescribing drugs that supposedly treat the symptoms but that has been disproved in recent studies.
Why not a brain surgery right away?
So bring your own condimentsstill their table
We should not mix our hopes with our believes.
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