CCSVI verses current therapies

A forum to discuss Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency and its relationship to Multiple Sclerosis.

Postby shye » Thu Dec 24, 2009 3:05 pm

Yes, I refuse to take any of the medications--had my liver severely damaged with drugs used for "chronic fatigue" (which was in fact MS)--so have great difficulty with my liver handling any drugs, and not worth risking further damage for the low chance of any help.
Good diet and numerous supplements are tremendously helpful, as is chiropractic care.

Yes, we need to keep in contact, share our information, and continue persistently to push CCSVI into the mainstream.
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Postby Mechanicallyinclined » Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:11 am

I'm on Avonex Ozark. Maybe I shouldn't be complaining about it cuz I have remained reasonably stable since being diagnosed in 2003. No relapses or remitting either. I just have less severe forms of worsening of symptoms at times and seem to more or less hold at the same level. Feeling a little crappy lately, but I think just some stress lately causing that. I feel alot better in the summer when I can get out a do things more so than in the winter. So a doctor might say- if you are holding reasonably okay way are you not satisfied? My answer woould be because I know there is a better treatment out there.
I know I can do better as far as diet is concerned. Thanks Ruthless for the information on that. I find when I feel better at times, it's easy to cheat. I have to commit to that better.
I'm holding reasonably well at this point but who know's what the future will bring. I'm just thinking that if the liberation treatment can avoid future problems, why not go for it. Also , if there is a chance that some symptoms may fade away with this, it's a no brainer. My avonex isn't doing that for me. I am just starting to think that we can't rely on drugs to solve all of our health issues. There must be better anwers.

Merry Christmas all!
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Postby thornyrose76 » Sat Dec 26, 2009 9:04 pm

i was told by my ms clinic in winnipeg that the injection drugs weren't as beneficial as they first thought, in terms of slowing progression, I was on Betaseron. So there you go.
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