moochsid wrote:Sorry if this has been dealt with in another thread but I couldn't find anything in a search.
My partner with SPMS has pretty severe cognitive issues and her brain fog can get quite intense at times. I have noticed that at these times her head is very hot, comparable to a flu level fever. (Whereas her hands and feet are still very cold). This is not necessarily related to room or ambient temperature either, although extreme warmth exacerbates the issue.. Sometimes this can subside within minutes and her brain clears somewhat too. She is at her best, temperature-wise, when she is horizontal in bed (inclined as advisede). Is this something I wonder that CCSVI can shed some light on?
In general one would have thought that being vertical should help 'drainage' doesn't it or am I (probably) missing a trick somewhere?
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