ThisIsMA wrote:But they are talking about healthy women, not WWMS.
Could this help to explain 'late onset'.. those presenting first symptoms at middle age?
It could be a factor, I would think.
I'll look into this further, I hate to draw too many conclusions from a study on pigs. (1eye, I'll start with that link.)
There are many things we can do to improve endothelial health, even if menopause is a thing that is bad for us, it might be possible to compensate with other things (diet, laughter, sunshine, vitamin B12...basically whatever is on Cheer's endothelial health program!)
I felt bad having posted bad news about menopause.
With the discovery of CCSVI, we are in the midst of so much good news for people with MS, it is unprecedented.