jak7ham9 wrote:my feet are often purpleand cold too . My hands too. this is improvrd dramatically by any consumption of alcohol temporarily (not much of adrinker alcohol works as vasodialtor) Also high dose niacin works vasodialtor for aprox an hour not only do I get warm hands and feet also most of my tightness disapears and I can walk around and even jump a bit of course this disappears fairly rapidly. Niacin only works as vasodialtor for small period of time where levels are raising. HBOT works similarly for a short period of time following I am looser more energetic etc. This all points clearlt to circulation and oxygen. I am still not sure why people have problems believing this. I do think though that constant chelation with edta and desferroxamine should probably be followed by all suffers even as preventitive measure after operation. to stop reoccurrence I have personally seen people with 80% clogged arteries cleared within a year through chelation and tested by ct scans. I am going to start using this myself until I can get operation. Insurance will cover chelation for heavy metal poisoning removal which in this case it really is. Warning I had weird reaction last week with addition of 30G viatim c to edta my neck shoulders got really tight and I got something I can only describe as lock jaw (similar ex tetnus) This only lasted for a couple hours after chelation but made me think of iron reaction
lucky125 wrote:Was I in for a shock! HE brought it up! He has been following Dr. Zamboni's research for the past 2 years and is very excited about it. He just met with the chief of vascular surgery at his hospital to try to get him on board to test and treat.
MarkW wrote:Hello lucky125,
With the extra info you have been given it appears that the possibility of you getting tested was lost. Please follow up with your neuro and the dept of vasc surg and have the MRV/Doppler test asap. You would be in a great position to have angioplasty after testing. A test centre in Washington DC would be very good news.
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