yes , it was always after I sat up in the morning . but like I said , I haven't had that problem since the angioplasty .1eye wrote:I wonder how many have blocked ears? I get it on one side, just when I am upright.
blossom wrote:The story of CCSVI will not be over until the last frustrated Canadian pays the last Bulgarian or Bengali doctor to be “liberated” for the last time;
So back to the question at hand, is CCSVI an entity and a subset of MS? On the basis of the significant body of evidence generated from multispecialties across the globe, the answer to that question would be YES. From its initial description, over the past several years, many investigators have continued to add to rapidly evolving scientific evidence that identifies CCSVI association with MS and maybe even other neurodegenerative disorders. As with any new therapy and particularly with MS, the initial learning curve is steep, and many of the publications have emerged without a standardized approach to the diagnosis, intervention, adjunctive treatments, and critical endpoint analysis. It would have been impossible for any single individual, institution, or specialty to discover a phenomenon, invent a procedure, and identify all of its perceived benefits, particularly in a disease state as elusive as MS. Our understanding of CCSVI and its implications in MS patients has evolved significantly over the past several years and today MS societies worldwide are committing millions of dollars to CCSVI related research projects. The ongoing collaborative efforts among national and international multidisciplinary research teams to better understand the implications of CCSVI in MS is underway, and it is likely that this evidence will help shape the future treatment strategies for not just MS patients but also those with a variety of other neurodegenerative disorders.
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