Is CCSVI old? you decide...

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Postby peekaboo » Mon Jul 13, 2009 10:19 am

If I remember correctly d-dimers were tested before CCSVI op. I don't remember post op test. marie gets it tested regularly.
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Postby IHateMS » Mon Jul 13, 2009 11:16 am

a theory from 125 years ago.... everything old is new again... or nothing ever goes out of style.... let's hope it sticks and is true this time.

wouldn't it be nice to erase ms
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Postby guitarguy » Mon Jul 13, 2009 11:45 am

IHateMS wrote:a theory from 125 years ago.... everything old is new again... or nothing ever goes out of style.... let's hope it sticks and is true this time.

wouldn't it be nice to erase ms


Yes it would. I had this a long time, almost 2 decades. My EDSS is still a 1.5 but that doesn't mean I have suffered any less. I had some serious serious relapses.. I am very grateful I pulled through them without too much damage. But I feel MS creeping up on me and I noticed I am starting to slow down a little and now there are always some weird things happening in my body. I am just not feeling very good anymore. I just feel like I am surviving, not living.

I have seen a lot of MS treatments over the years. All being what you see now. We're still progressing, still sick.
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