Hi Tisa,Thanks for finding info and videos. I really enjoy hearing these successes (especially over the ones that are not so successful :o).
No problem. what have you heard about CCSVI that is not succesful? Just people who dont have blockage?
No, not blockated. It was worsening or new symptoms after the procedure. Actually, there was one where the person had a new symptom (numbness in hand) DURING the procedure. Now that's scary.
That's terrible! I have not heard of any of this. But lets stay positive. Where did you get this info?
From various posts and threads in the CCSVI forum on thisisms.com (http://www.thisisms.com/forum-40.html). There are tons of info and discussions on CCSVI. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate hearing the not so successful stories as well because it will help me make informed decisions. It's just more enjoyable to hear the successful ones.
Well keep the positive attitude and I am sure you will have a positive one too
hi Tisa, thanks for posting Dr. Nomm's video. I learned something new, you can have a lesion IN the jugular. These success stories give me such hope. I had a venogram my Dr. found stenosis and a twisted azygous. Next step is MRV. Thanks again for all You're doing. God Bless