compress the jugular veins somewhat
SammyJo wrote:Do we know if the cases Haacke publishes are getting stent or balloon corrective procedures? I hope they aren't getting left with the pretty pictures and "good luck"!
cheerleader wrote:Thanks Ana! The interesting thing is that this is alot like May Thurner syndrome in the legs, where the right iliac artery pushes against the left iliac vein and crimps it. This is what Dr. Simka first suggested to me when he studied the vein interior of MS patients, and Dr. Dake used to base his stent intervention (stents are the protocol in May Thurner) The artery is stronger than the vein, it can't compete. Will be interesting to see how many MSers have this particular condition-
Dr. Schelling just posted in our german forum that he happened to find a case in western Austria, too. The patient is suffering more and more from a progressive form of MS. The crossing of the carotid artery is pressed towards the jugular vein especially when he bends his neck.
Sharon wrote:Is it possible for you to link us to the posting?
carotid crossing....especially when he bends his neck
My first big definite exacerbation happened after I painted our entire house inside with my head cocked back because I painted many high locations and all the ceilings too.......
My symptoms began this year in February. I had decided to paint the interior of an entire house by myself
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