Apparently she is one of those MS patients (myself included) who does not need angioplasty to open a blocked vein. I believe the various vein abnormalities (wall membrane too thin?) can be more subtle than a mechanically treatable stenosis. Blood circulation can be restricted by a weakened vein which narrows intermittently or collapses because of stress and can be kept open without angioplasty by removing the stress (e.g.glutens, aspartame, mercury fillings, cold, flus, toxins, ambition) and enhancing blood circulation (EMS electrical stimulation, massage, acupuncture, kinesiology, osteopathy, swimming.)
cheerleader wrote:I spoke with Dr. Wahls in San Diego at the Hubbard conference, and she still suffers from pretty bad fatigue. She was very interested in the CCSVI presentations (especially Dr. Cooke and Dr. Dake) I was really taken with her presentation, where she addressed endothelial health and her diet. I hope she gets her valves checked, but that's her decision. She's a smart and caring woman, and is doing incredibly well for someone with SPMS. No doubt her program is working.
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