SO HAPPY with CCSVI !!

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SO HAPPY with CCSVI !!

Postby mirandaamos » Wed Jul 20, 2011 1:41 pm

I just got back and wanted to come here and share with everybody this wonderful experience!
My feet are warmer and my hands are warmer, I see better, I am not tired, I don't have vertigo, I can walk much much longer distances!!! I am so happy!
and the doctors and all the staff at the clinic where I went were so nice and professional!
I am in awe!
Please do not discount CCSVI! It does work!
I want to spread the message everywhere, I am an amazing example
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Postby CD » Wed Jul 20, 2011 10:42 pm

Hi mirandaamos,
Congratulations. :D

We're happy to hear your good news. Did you want to tell us a little more about your experience? You wanted to spread the message you said, so tell us was this your first time? Did you have many blockages? What was ballooned?
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Postby civickiller » Thu Jul 21, 2011 3:54 am

where did u go ?
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Postby mirandaamos » Thu Jul 21, 2011 4:50 pm

Yes, this was my first time, I had quite a bit of blockage actually - 80% in the left jugular and 60% in the right, so I had balloons in both.
So I guess it was major. Though doppler did not show as much, only later they saw it during angioplasty
Everyday I discover something new and I feel better!
I can't believe it.
I went to Ameds in Poland. It was a wonderful experience. Everyone was so friendly and knowledgable. They all want to help you and make you feel at ease. You don't feel at all it is about money, they actually want the best for you. And it is cheaper than essential even with fare and hotel included. I live in France so it would have made more sense but my friends recommended ameds.
the doctors gave me a lot of good tips, about driniking plenty of water for instance, I did not hear about it before at all.
Sorry I am rambling but I am still so excited about how it worked out.
If you ahve any questions I will be more than happy to answer.
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Postby CD » Thu Jul 21, 2011 7:01 pm

Hi,
You live in France? We have many people on here from France. Your English speaking/writing is perfect. I hope you keep all of your improvements.
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Postby jamago » Sat Jul 23, 2011 4:13 am

Hey Miranda, that sounds great!
the blind and deaf neuros are still not wanting to see the positive site of CCSVI.
i do believe that this treatment is giving hope and that is what we all want!!!

I have heard only positive comments about this clinic Ameds - i believe you made a good choice that u trusted their experience.
in ms-ccsvi-uk group there are a lot of very satisfied people from the treatment there!

write soon how do you feel as time passes! we are really curious!!!!
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Postby mirandaamos » Mon Jul 25, 2011 7:21 am

hello

actually the neuro at ameds was very good and attentive, i never had such a thorough examination

absolutely this treatment is something else, there are no side effects for one thing when compared to drugs

how do you find ms-ccsvi-uk group? i would very much like to share and read other people accounts (i am quite ignorant when it comes to forum and internet search of these things - so proud i somehow managed to post here!) I would really like to exchange the accounts about ameds, my experience there was fantastic, i can't stop praising them

and yes, i do feel better every day, these are little things i noticed now, i walk each day a bit further less tired. in fact i feel so mucch energy that i just want to be outside all the time. Thankfully this summer has been rather cool lately, so it is not tiring (i don't take heat well though waiting for the first heat wave to see the difference)

take care and all the best and i will keep on writing if something new appears!
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Postby jamago » Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:14 am

miranda, you can find cms-cssvi-uk on facebook, they have a group with a very eye-catching logo. go ahead and join the group!
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thank you

Postby mirandaamos » Mon Aug 15, 2011 12:29 pm

very much
I will check into that
I am a bit bad with computers though
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