You have a point and find more arguing to be the way on this board than offering useful tips, info, sadly. It's a message board and god knows who is on the other end.NotFound wrote:I for one do not participate much anymore exactly because of the quarrels like this one became a standard, not the exception they once were.eric593 wrote:I've also noticed the # of people here reading and/or participating has definitely waned in the past few months. So many people who used to post regularly suddenly vanished without a word or note about how their treatment went.
I (even post-procedure) do not have enough energy to sift through all the bickering to find pieces of useful information.
Ditto.hope410 wrote:It's so interesting how the same material can be interpreted so vastly differently. Words are certainly subjective.
I don't find Lyon extreme in any way. For all things, I'd like the strengths and weaknesses pointed out. Lyon focuses on the weaknesses. That adds to our information base.
Why is that extreme or maysaying? To me, it just brings greater breadth of information, pointing out weaknesses in information and missing pieces to this puzzle.
I enjoy hearing all aspects and would leave if this forum didn't have members who challenge information. To me, this benefits the forum and scientific inquiry and our understanding. I want to hear ALL opinions. I learn more that way.
Also, believe it or not, I think a little bit the same way about Scorpion, although he clear enjoys his role as nay sayer and devils advocate and sometimes goes too far.
Reflux of blood due to a destroyed valve can happen only with the RIGHT IJV. Anatomically, the left IJV is too distant from the vena cava for blood to reflux up to the brain.
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