As we've now learned, the double jugular blockage and procedure is a tough one. Not many diagnosed and treated yet, (most MSers have one jug and/or one azygos) and the post op recovery time will be longer than other procedures, since the cerebral hemodynamics is vastly changed.
So Jeff had Type C, yes?
Less: 1) Brain Fog, 2) Fatigue and 3) Pain
What kind of MS related Pain did Jeff have and is it all gone or just diminished? I suppose the same question is good for fog and fatigue. A log is a great thing, I'd hope to be able to get a gauge on what the trends are in post-treatment.
Did Dr. Drake give any thoughts on what he expected as outcomes? Has your research left you with a particular expectation? I guess what I'm asking is about your frame of mind - wait and see or wait and expect?
cheerleader wrote:Dr. Dake expects the lesions to heal, and the assault to end, now that there is no more reflux or perfusion damaging Jeff's brain and spine. He expects healing.
I thought maybe there'd be a quick 'oh yeah" answer
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