Loobie's Post in the 'Oh, Radeck?' Topic wrote:...I chose to do this damn the risks, but it was my choice and I did it not even really knowing the risks. Now that some of them are known, everyone needs to know that this isn't a trip to the dentist...
Sharon wrote:The good news is that I have no new symptoms -- this was my main objective in having the stent procedure -- NOT TO PROGRESS!
Great post Tracy -- I think people need to be aware there are no guarantees -- you did an excellent job of reminding everyone that the "stenter" is not going to be normal - we may not get worse, hopefully, we may be a bit better, but we will probably never be normal.
Sharon wrote:Have you progressed since the stent procedure? I, like you, have many symptoms which have not gone away. The good news is that I have no new symptoms -- this was my main objective in having the stent procedure -- NOT TO PROGRESS!
I guess my initial hopes were unrealistic (high hopes...).
jak7ham9 wrote:Here is food for thought. I had always used chelation in the past to remove heavy metals and it always made me feel better stronger better walking etc.. I lost my chelation doc two years ago and have felt worse. I have an appt with vascular surgeon to do tests and then stent open veins. I am thinking that if one continued chelation with edta, glutathione, a iron remover (like deferron whichever crosses bbb best) and vitamin c after stents one would see even better results and not have future narrowing of veins. What do you think cheerleader especially?. B
French researchers have found that 24 hours after an infusion of EDTA, the urine of human subjects contained 15 times the normal amount of zinc . Without replacement, the loss of this much zinc over the months during which 30 to 40 treatments are delivered will increase the potential for severe impairment of immune function, precancerous cellular mutations, loss in selective permeability of cell membranes and altered solubility of pancreatic insulin.
cheerleader wrote:I'm sorry you haven't experienced more of the immediacy of the fatigue and heat intolerance relief that Jeff and some of the newer MSers experienced. I'm sure some day there will be a medical explanation regarding iron levels and hypoxic injury...
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