Last reply 1 month ago
CCSVI

So, I received CCSVI in Bulgaria, I whole heartily believe that it did work other than that I collapsed.. of course they no longer do it. So here is my question. They reposted that I have a 90% blockage on my jugular and I cannot remember the percentages on others. So take MS out of the equation should people be walking around with these blockages? All these people that were found with blockages will they not have heart attacks or strokes??

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marlene_mansell
1 month ago

Very good question l’m going to get off of this site its too darned depressing l hate that l have this and its not a pity party just thanks while this lasted going my own way! A whole 6 hrs whippee bye bye l’m sure your all very good hearted


john_barry
1 month ago

I had CCSVI in Mexico in 2010 and it seemed to help for a few hours. If it had a real therapeutic effect it would probably be available in more regulated countries. I don’t regret getting it done, I’m trying to leave no stone unturned eh? Bottom line – don’t worry about these dire blockage percentages, they may be part of a marketing shtick. By amazing coincidence the radiologist in Mexico told me I had a 90% blockage! If you are worried about being on the verge of having a stroke, ask your neurologist next visit.


hayley_norton
1 month ago

Hi there, I have IIH and have not been diagnosed with MS but I have had 7 stents placed in my head and jugular. I have re-stenosis of the jugular to what degree I’m not sure because covid has put me off having my ct scan.
I did have a 100% blockage in one jugular for 18 months and lived to tell the tale. I have nerve damage in my shoulder as a side effect of surgery which is painful all the time. Read an article that the Dr who invented the liberation technique admits it doesn’t work. X

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