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Vitamins/Supplements for CCSVI/MT Patients?

I posted this in the CCSVI forum with no replies, so maybe posting here is more suitable:

Hi,

I have CCSVI and other venous conditions

- IJV's are stenosed as they enter the chest
- May Thurner
- Poorly developed Lumbar Veins (Hypoplasia)


And i have been taking the following Vitamins/Supplements every day:
Calcium - 800mg
Magnesium - 650mg
Zinc - 75mg
Copper - 2mg
Potassium - 100mg
Fish oil (omega3) - 3000mg
Vit B50 ...
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Question for Jimmylegs

Jimmylegs, would you know if any harm could come from eating Activia yogurt - they state Bifidus Regularis or Bifidus Actiregularis are "probiotics." I have had digestive problems with MS and lost 50 pounds since early 2007. Funny, it just clicked in that January 2007 is when I started Betaseron. I wonder if the stomach problems could be traced to that drug.

It's a no no but in the past couple of months I've gone ...
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Is Anyone Taking the Jellyfish Protein Apoaequorin?

While we're currently enrolling for a study researching benefits of the protein supplement apoaequorin for MS symptoms, the product is currently marketed and has been available for three years, so we'd love to hear from anyone who's taking it. If you'd like to learn more about research being conducted by Quincy Bioscience, or enroll for the MS study, visit www.hopetrials.com.
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VOTE today and everyday at http://pep.si/dniprs so that we

We need your VOTE today and everyday for the next month because we have applied for a Pepsi Refresh Everything grant to support Non-Mainstream MS Research -- this means that CCSVI (chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency), LDN (low dose naltrexone) etc. can be studied using rigorous scientific method.

We are competing against kids who have vast online social networks and we need to vote daily to support MS research. We also need you to send this ...
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One for JL

"Alterations in magnesium and oxidative status during chronic emotional stress."

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10761188

Unfortunately, I can't find a copy of the entire article. Who would have thought there's an entire journal dedicated to magnesium research:

http://www.john-libbey-eurotext.fr/en/r ... ives.phtml
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Has anyone used Systemic Enzymes?

I just read some interesting stuff on Systemic Enzymes and how they help MS patients in recovery after a relapse and in warding off symptoms all together. Has anyone here tried this approach? Does it work? Or is it all just BS? Thanks!
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What I hear...

Hi. I'm new here to ThisIsMS, but I was diagnosed in 2005. Like many others my symptoms were years before my diagnosis.

Well anyway, I am having one of those times where people really hurt and anger me because of their judgment on me for not taking MS drugs. What I hear(literally or passive aggressively) as reactions from people is that I'm either being irresponsible, weak, afraid, stupid, uneducated, or have a bad attitude because ...
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Nattokinase

Some recent discussion on the forums on the subject of nattokinase prompted me to check what PubMed might have listed on the topic. There were 55 papers listed on nattokinase, the following three seemed like they might be relevant to our CCSVI discussion. The last paper discusses a preventive effect on restenosis after angioplasty in arteries and the full paper is available for free, but it's in Chinese! If someone can read Chinese, Algis perhaps, ...
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H2O2 hydrogen peroxide

Anyone ever try 35% food grade hydrogen peroxide? Suppose to be the one minute cure all. I was thinking about trying it, wanted to know if anyone already tried it
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Healing MS - Ann Boroch

Hi everyone,

How many of you have read Ann Boroch's book and have benefited from her diet? I just started it last night after a friend sent me a link to her segment on Montel. So far I feel that it is too extreme for me but I'm very curious to hear what others have to say about it.

I LOVE LOVE LOVE food and cooking and can't imagine my life being full with cutting ...
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