Liber8 wrote:Open mouth insert foot. I posted awhile back on here about what a joke it was trying to find a Dr to do a scan.
Well I went to my GP advised him of all the studies and where they were. I told him I was going to have this scanned here or overseas if he wouldnt do it. He referred me to an IR he knows that likes looking into new things. He got back to me after about a month(vacation) and I go in the 22nd of april. It looks like he only wants to do a doppler but it's something.
I still hold my position that if you have the resources go somewhere where they know what they are doing. I may get a scan but I doubt he has figured out exactly what he is looking for and the best way to find it. And yes I sent the protocols. Also There is no way he will do the intervention.
At my appt I will ask him if it is ok to leak his ID so others can see him. I will also have a better idea of if he knows what he is doing.
Liber8 wrote:In closing, I personally will not be looking locally any more. In my opinion it is a waste of time and money. Not just thatbut because it is obviously found less by Drs new to it, it takes away from the validity behind the hypothysis. So the more new Drs trying to find CCSVI, the less the % will be when it is found.
I believe that the "Comparison" allusion = the clinic that did your tests has no previous Doppler US reference for you - to compare with.
I believe (with a +/- 96% confidence rate) that if you have MS, you have CCSVI.
Unfortunately, I am not a doctor of medicine, and my belief is meaningless.
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