Either the jugulars matter or they don't.....As remarked, every catheterization and ballooning impacts the veins in a deleterious way
I had a 99% blockage in one jugular and a 80% blockage in the other jugular. Either having blocked jugulars has a health consequence and I was right to get that cleared, or it doesn't have a health consequence and it wouldn't matter if the veins were damaged and I acquired a 100% occlusion in a jugular, since I already had that.
It is unsupported to say that every catheterization and ballooning impacts veins in a deleterious way. If this were accurate, there would be no angioplasty done at all. My veins were impacted for the better, not the worse.
There is no rush, especially if your health is stable. Learn as much as you can, try and separate facts from opinions, get tested for CCSVI without making a commitment to act on that testing.....However I did start to think that i may be rushing in to things too quickly and ought to weigh up ther pros and cons. There is so much information out there on all this stuff and my head is spinnng to be honest.