Hi Dom,TwistedHelix wrote: Bob, I'm a bit worried about the whole " carbon monoxide" thing: do you need to talk? More to the point: do you need a hosepipe?
You've got it! Awful brain headaches! I was only five and don't remember it well (47 years ago) except that when I was out there was a stark black background with multi-colored sea horses floating by.AllyB wrote: Bob - I con't imagine what it is like to breathe ether - except that it gives really bad headaches, I've heard!
Um, actually I was exaggerating a little about that fresh spring air thing. I get terrible brain headaches from carbon monoxide too, although if someone were intent on suicide it's probably not the worst way to go.AllyB wrote: Carbon monoxide, on the other hand, I believe is really quite pleasant...
Hi Dom,TwistedHelix wrote:Bob, I WAS proud to call you my virtual brother, but since you unashamedly revealed your age to the entire MS community, you have been reclassified as " grandad",
because nothing specific to the MS process has ever been identified, researchers have NO idea when the process starts, therefore no idea what "early MS" is. Likely it starts LONG before they or else WM, GM degeneration and atrophy wouldn't be obvious upon diagnosis. Basing any research on "early" MS is foolishness on the part of researchers, and is especially obvious in research papers regarding current research attempts to more closely predict individual disease course.TwistedHelix wrote:ischaemia plays in the very early stages of MS – possibly even before demyelination :
Gosh Dom, I don't remember discussing that particular aspect either, but maybe at one point I stated that the permiable bbb is the first step of the MS process which has been identified by the medical field and that there obviously are previous steps of the disease process which have yet to be identified, and that the first step of the disease process was the loss of evolutionary normal conditions, which includes the loss of exposure to the parasites which had historically "modulated the human immune system?TwistedHelix wrote: I have a vague recollection of discussing with you once how missing intestinal parasites can have an effect on the blood brain barrier, (although I can't remember the details),
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