Hi Im new and 60% blocked !

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Hi Im new and 60% blocked !

Postby jen-jen » Wed Dec 01, 2010 6:46 am

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hello, jen-jen here from Uk, how r u all?

ok well where do i start, 1st i love the look of the site, i hope to find the answers to many un answered questions and meet some friends along the way,
My sister and I have recently returned from Sofia, Bulgaria where she has the procedure all very successfully i will say. as i have been having some symptoms for some time i asked to be scanned with the Doppler and it shows i am 60% blocked! so now what?? Ive not been dx with Ms as such as ive had a brain mri and spinal mri which both came back normal, so i guess the blockages haven't caused any lesions ......yet.

I would love to hear from anyone else in my position. Now back in England i really dont know where to start...???
jen-jen x :?
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Postby tzootsi » Wed Dec 01, 2010 7:38 am

Interesting story. If you have blocked jugulars, and if you have symptoms, particularly 'head' symptoms like balance, headache, etc, why not pursue being treated for venous blockage in you own country. Don't even mention ms. This is how my wife's interventional radiologist approached it for insurance reasons here in the USA.
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Postby jen-jen » Wed Dec 01, 2010 7:55 am

Hi, thank you for your reply, i do have loads of symptoms, extreme fatigue, balance, numbness, foggy headed, poor memory, and so many more, i went to see my Gp today and he is referring me back to the Neuro which i thought was a good thing. If i dont get anywhere with this Neuro then i will go along the route of Vascular.
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