cathyb wrote:Hi. I got the procedure a month ago. Incredible improvements that remain with me. BUT, today I found out my left IJV clotted and has formed a collateral to avoid the clot (I was absolutely shocked by the news). Are clots always the end of the world? PLEASE tell me NO! (first procedure), and I really hope I'm not hijacking this thread, although I suspect I am. I guess what I want to know is, what are the options when it comes to clotting? I feel terribly unsure about what to do about this, or even if there is anything TO do.
If it's a fifth procedure, it's to deal with complications, which may mean it's no longer elective in the same way that the first procedure was. I remember someone saying they'd gotten on the merry-go-round and wanted to get off; this was after 3 or 4 procedures, I think, but all to deal with the complications of other procedures. Not everyone gets complications but it is hard on those who do.
uprightdoc wrote:The latest MRI studies show that specific upper cervical effects both blood and CSF flow in the brain and cord.
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