With it in mind that all iron deposit imaging is still of questionable validity, as is "damage" caused by excess iron, it seems ironic that this example is raised as "kookie" at this particular juncture because blood letting really remains the accepted method of lowering blood iron content and does seem to suit that purpose very well!
prof8 wrote:But what about all of those people who have MS but also are anemic? I'm always slightly anemic on blood tests and was told by my doctor that I have an extremely low iron (ferritin) store. Yet according to the MRV testing done at Stanford I have 90-95% stenosis in both lower jugular veins, some stenosis in the upper left jugular vein and plenty of black holes and lesions on my brain. All this talk about chelation, blood letting etc. sounds a little wacky to someone like me who needs to hang onto all the iron I have in my blood--I can't imagine getting any paler or lower energy than I am!!
scorpion wrote:... I am just hoping I dont get on thisisms one day and see a forum entitlrd "the big pharma's MS conspiracy". Then I know this forum is in trouble!
patientx wrote:By the way, this was posted recently on another MS website:I have somewhat noticed a theme of CCSVI supporters being the types who believe in drug company conspiracies, and even that the NMSS is part of a conspiracy to put the brakes on potential MS cures.
On another forum I visit sometimes that I would call kook fringe alternative there's a woman who's talking about doing blood letting to expedite removal of Iron from her brain.
Looking back, you raised these same thoughts in another thread you started on 17 December. Why did you not just continue with the earlier thread? This seems to be the core problem at the moment. So many threads over-lapping or repeating - no basic order.
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