Just wanted to share something with you guys. After my first CCSVI procedure, my biggest improvement was energy. On a scale of 1 to 10, let's say it was a 2 before the procedure and a 5 after, more than 100% increase. After a severe stress event a year ago it sank to a 1 and at times a 0. After my second procedure, it went maybe a 2, so still 100% increase, but way below where I want it to be.
I had my testosterone checked during a routine physical. It came back at 656 with the normal range being 250-1100. Bio-available testosterone was 160 (normal range 110-575) and free testosterone was 72 (normal range 46-224). So overall it was in the mid-range, the subsets were on the low side of normal, but well within range.
The Doc went ahead and prescribed testosterone supplement (1.62% Andro Gel). After two months the energy is up to a 6 or 7. Much improved. The leg still doesn't work, the arm is slowly going, but I feel much better and with more energy I can deal better with the other stuff going on with me.
Just thought it might help someone.
<div>There be no dragons ...Reese Palley</div>