I am back for a few days before I leave again. So I was thinking about all the testing I had done and came to my own hypothesis. It may not be true and as you all know I am not a Dr. but I have an educated guess about something.
So when I was first trying to figure out what was wrong with me. I went to the G.P. she though that I was anemic. When the results came back she said I actually had high levels of iron In my blood. So Dr. Zambonni explains the whole iron depositing in brain as part of his theory on MS developing. So I think it wouldn't hurt to go and have your iron levels checked, as mine were high and both my jugular veins were clogged.
Next Pregnancy, every MS Dr. I have spoken with tells me my chances of having an attack while pregnant go down by 50% why? They don't know. However pregnant women have more blood flow than non pregnant women. So in theory if their veins are blocked and they become pregnant, the blood can flow through the entire body much easier. And the Dr.s think its hormones.
Everyday I find a new reason or two as to why CCSVI makes so much sense. So I thought I would share those two things that make sense in my head. Especially the iron. When I first watched the news story on Dr. Zambonni, and heard about the iron, I said to my husband, " that's crazy because I had such high levels of iron in my blood and do not eat very much meat at all". Food for thought