How I think the whole Multiple Sclerosis Dilemma happened to me and some variation may have happened to you but this happened to me.
The problems for me was:
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"CCSVI stands for chronic cerebral-spinal venous insufficiency which means impaired blood flow from the brain back to the heart. In most cases, such problematic blood flow results from blockages in the one or both of the internal jugular veins which carry most of the blood from the brain when one is lying down. Such blockages have a variety of causes including internal structures such as webs, the occurrence of malformed valves, and external pressure on the veins from bone, muscle or an artery."
Putting the vascular into the neurological.
completing the equation now known as neurovascular.
Now something can be done with the disorder the neurologist labeled us with - no more unnecessarily destroyed lives.
"It has been found that many people with MS have blocked internal jugular veins. Many also have a blocked azygos (chest) vein. The blockage of these critical veins prevents adequate drainage of blood from the brain and spine.
This venous disorder is called Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI). A growing number of vascular specialists believe that CCSVI contributes to the symptoms of MS. Others believe it causes MS.
There is a long history of science which indicates that vascular abnormalities are associated with MS.
Other neurological conditions, such as Parkinson’s Disease, may also be associated with CCSVI."
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MS (Multiple Sclerosis) isnot just neurological at all but instead neurovascular
IR (Interventional Radiologists) could have helped me earlier in the coarse of my disease like when it first appeared but neurology filled me with experimental meds that did nothing for my MS disease but created a great many misfortunes to my Lifestyle and health. A big mistake was to follow neurology The right thing to do would have been to find a good interventional radiologist
Being able to make the distinction early in the coarse of the disease can save the quality of your life
Multiple Sclerosis is properly understood as a neurovascular syndrome; containing both a neurological component and a vascular component As understood on Tuesday May 31 2016
1, MS (Multiple Sclerosis) is a Neurological condition
2. CCSVI (Chronic Cerebral Spinal Venous Insufficiency) is a vascular condition and I believe left untouched it leads to Multiple Sclerosis
Biggest mistake I made was not doing CCSVI Venous Angioplasty early in the coarse of my disease preferably when my EDSS was below 1.5 but instead I followed the lead of my neurologist and tried their drugs to no eval until my EDSS was probably above 7 and I was a quadriplegic unable to do anything for myself even as simple as eating, bathing, dressing and other basic rudimentary things of living
It may take a bit of research and digging, but it IS possible to find a Lyme-literate medical doctor (LLMD). It is unlikely that you will find one in Canada, however. Most Canadian physicians will not treat Lyme with long-term antibiotics. If there still are a few who will, then they are keeping a low profile, and it may be very difficult to find them.
In the U.S., like in Canada, most family doctors and infectious disease specialists side with the IDSA (Infectious Diseases Society of America), and stick with the extremely flawed and outdated guidelines set out by this organization.
You need to find a physician who belongs to ILADS, the International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society. This physician will evaluate your situation and make a clinical diagnosis of your condition. He/she will devise a treatment plan that is best for YOU, depending on how you respond to the medication.
So where do you find one of these physicians? My suggestion is that you contact a Lyme support group in a nearby state in the U.S. The individuals running the support groups have names of doctors that they can share with you.
You can also contact the following organizations for physician referral:
Canadian Lyme Disease Foundation (CanLyme)
International Lyme and Associated Diseases Society (ILADS)
Tick-Borne Disease Alliance
Lyme Disease Network (LymeNet)
Lyme Disease Association
Lyme Disease Association of Ontario
Or check out this website
Here are some other good resources: