Before my venogram procedure i had to buy new glasses, which now make me feel dizzy.
I am back to low myopia glasses i wore years ago.
I had both jugulars and azygos veins blocked.
It is possible that jugular's blockage contributes to vein congestion of the veins of the eye bulbs.
Optic neuritis may also be caused by venous congestion of the nerve's veins.
I think that correction of the venous congestion of the optic nerve's veins leads to amelioration of colors and correction of the venous congestion of the eye veins leads to amelioration of diathlastic problems (such as myopia)
What do you think?
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Interesting separation of what could be causing what.I think that correction of the venous congestion of the optic nerve's veins leads to amelioration of colors and correction of the venous congestion of the eye veins leads to amelioration of diathlastic problems (such as myopia)
I used to have a very annoying issue, as well. My left eye used to involuntarily change its focus, especially when looking at a light when in darkness. This hasn't ever happened again (yet), 2 and a half years later. I doubt that the bad blockage of my left IJV was a coincidence.
A year later I had a third procedure that showed that all my veins had restenosed and most of them were not reopened during the procedure, but the ability to read that tiny print has remained consistent.
She held up the bottle during the exam, it had a red top, I closed left eye, then right eye, the left was bright and normal red, the right, oh boy muddy looking brick color.
Thats when it finally dawned on me that yes, I really DO have some deficits going on, and damage, and its not just about all those other global Sx and fatigue and memory and wall rubbing balance issues whatever.
I found myself for many months after that, doing the left/right closing, at every traffic light, at cars, at colors, and it was pronounced and very very real. Green/left was green, green right was greyish green. I made a game out of it, seeing how many different colors I could see in one day out of two eyeballs.
To this day, and without interruption, even right now, both are the same.
CCSVI came and that all went away. Sorry I cannot put it in a test tube, or measure it, or prove it, or even that it proves anything.
But it keeps me handing out Marie's book to the listening ear, in hopes that someone else can experience likewise. Whatever it is and however the process works, it worked for me, and four summers in a row now have me saying, " bring on the heat!".
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Oh, I forgot. Colours were brighter but vision was not actally better. My OCT after 2 months showed the same problems with both eye nerves as before.
- Nov.3,09: one stent in the left jug. vein in Katowice, Poland, LDN, never on DMDs
- Jan. 19, 11: control venography in Katowice - negative but I feel worse
almost 1 year later driving from Halifax to Toronto - spent the whole time listening to my partner rave about how bright and lush and green the fields were.
it was nothing that wasn't there last year. she was not able to see it until now.
so YES it did improve.
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