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I would like to ask who does not have improvements after the procedure.
I had stent implantation into left jugular vein 8 weeks ago. My symptoms have not changed.
I am disappointed and trying give more time for myself, but my doctor said usually improvement is straight after procedure.
Is anyone with no improvement?
No benefits from the procedure for me as well. Actually, before it I was 100% fine, no fatigue, no bladder problems, running, jumping and dancing. I just wanted this procedure in order to stop potential progression of the desease in the future.
2 months after liberation I have numb right side of the body and real trouble walking, which never happened to me before during my 13 years with MS. I have not restenosed so I dont know what to think about it.
In 2 days I will have an appointment with my neure who I didnt see for a year and I have no idea how to tell her that I have a stent in my RIJV and it didnt work out for me. Well she will have a winnng card in the fight against CCSVI
We all hope we're going to be one of those that instantly starts improving (even if it's very gradual) but the reality when doing something new like this is that none of us have a clue what will happen, this could include worsening or just simply... nothing.
Thank you for sharing your experience because it helps us all see all sides, and please keep us up to date. I genuinely hope things do pick up for you x
According to the theory of Dr. Schelling it is not only important to remove the deformation of the vein. Alignment of internal pressure in veins is equally as important. Sinus rectus and Dovson finger. Without the regeneration of valves in the jugular vein equalization of pressure will not be effective.
Not regenerate, but theoretically a valve could be transplanted in.Interrupted wrote:Can valves regenerate?Rici wrote:Hi
Without the regeneration of valves in the jugular vein...
Valves that are ballooned can pop back out, through elastic recoil.
They could also probably thicken due to hyperplasia regrowth?
She doesn't hav a winning card. If you feel worse that means that blood flow can reallly modify the course of MS. Your case is an additional proof that everything is true. Unfortunately we still do not know enough.mila77 wrote: In 2 days I will have an appointment with my neure who I didnt see for a year and I have no idea how to tell her that I have a stent in my RIJV and it didnt work out for me. Well she will have a winnng card in the fight against CCSVI
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