IVCC/CCSVI, vidéos et échos de murs de ce mardi.

Publié le par Handi@dy

Barre google de traduction indispensable.

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*Echos de murs:
*Yvonne Andersen
Wish I had one of those new fangled blueberry things so that I could post a voice message to all my friends here on this social network thing to tell them how things go at the government thingie tomorrow. I know if I put a stamp on an envelope and mail it to my computer you will never get it before I get home. What good is a blueberry if you don't have one? LOL

Yvonne Andersen  Posted pages One through Four of Faces of Liberation on National MS Society facebook page as well as Marcels Pictures

Yvonne a publié une photo sur le Mur  de National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Yvonne a publié une photo sur le Mur de National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Yvonne a publié une photo sur le Mur de National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Yvonne a publié une photo sur le Mur de National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

Yvonne Andersen  It is 10:51 Atlantic Time. I will be accepting photo's for the Liberated collage for another hour. Also photo's for people who are waiting, either on a list, have an appointment date or waiting for Canada. Please send to my email yivvie40@hotmail.com and please specify which collage your picture should be on.

*ms-ccsvi-uk  Omar: Im trying to look for the effects of coffee on the brains veins that Dr haake talked about, has anyone found any info on it??

ms-ccsvi-uk  Omar, If i recall right.. coffee makes the veins much fuller in MS and non-MS people.. Dr haake showed us a slide comparing two brains one before coffee and one after coffee..

Jackie Knight  Basically everyone's best off on a 100% raw diet for optimal nutrition, but that's incredibly hard to do (been trying for years, and failing for years) so people just have to be as sensible as they can with things. You can pinpoint a gazillion things bad for veins, you can take a gazillion supporting supplements, but unless you're raw and toxin free from your face cream to your water supply it's much of a muchness in my book. Common sense and moderation is the best that most of us can do.

***ms-ccsvi-uk  Pinda: Caffeine is a known vasoconstrictor (esp. within small arteries). Dr Haacke was saying that coffee is not good because it decreases the bloodflow to the brain (the veins shown in his example of a person who drinks coffee were very thin and less visible when compared to those of a non-coffee drinker).

Jackie Knight
Playing devil's advocate: How much coffee a day did this person drink? Is a cup or two a day deemed harmful or is it only in excessive amounts? What other variables were taken into account of differences between the two people etc.? Does ca...ffeine play a part?

I'm just cautious about panic taking away people's small comforts when dealing with stressful illlnesses like this if in moderation they are actually fine. A link to the original text would be great if anyone has it xoxo

ms-ccsvi-uk
Nicki: I luuurve coffee but found it bothered my candida. I have since switched to barley cup with rice milk and although it isn't exactly coffee it is a really good substitute!!! Available in health food shops.
If you whizz up the milk you... can hv a latte!!!

ms-ccsvi-uk  Pinda: Jackie, I think the example that Dr Haacke presented was the comparison of a non-drinker vs a drinker of 2 cups of coffee.

***Carolyn Marie Stull
Here's Dr. Haacke's slide in one of his presentations.
"Using caffeine decreases blood flow to the
brain two cups of coffee and you will have a major change of
blood flow to the brain maybe we should approach Starbucks for funding
at least it i...s a relatively harmless contrast agent to use to
study the brain and a heck of a lot cheaper" Pg. 35-36
http://www.ms-mri.com/presentations/google-sep-16-10-short-ndescript.pdf

Dang--I had 2 cups of coffee this morning. I thought it helped get the iron out!

*Vince Tucker I read (admittedly a couple of years ago) that caffein was good for MS, am I wrong or has thinking changed in the last couple of years?


*Wendy Mayne Do you have to have MS to appreciate the impact of the CCSVI treatment? I bawled like a baby watching this. What is wrong with our government? Life was so hopeless before. There really are miracles in this world and the CCSVI treatment is one of the greatest. A great work of our Higher Power.

Karst Jurgensen  Yah it was all a bad dream, he didn't run up that hill. Canada should be ashamed how this treatment has been "handled"

*Warren Bazinet  what questions would you ask the doctor who is going to do your Angioplasty?

CCSVI at UBC MS Clinic - Information and Support  Michael J. Fox: "There's a difference between acceptance and resignation. I've accepted that this is my situation, but I'm not resigned to the fact that it has to be this way always."

*****Kathleen Lynch  April was quoted as saying the venoplasty was the most pain she ever felt, which made me think of something I learned while observing 25+ procedures in Egypt. I witnessed one man very, very distressed with his pain, which seemed to be intolerable. He was the first patient that I saw in this state. One of the doctors on the team explained that prolonged steroid use can lower one's pain tolerance. I experienced discomfort, but it was not intolerable, nor was it the worst pain I've ever felt. How about you all?

*****Kathleen Lynch  April was quoted as saying the venoplasty was the most pain she ever felt, which made me think of something I learned while observing 25+ procedures in Egypt. I witnessed one man very, very distressed with his pain, which seemed to be intolerable. He was the first patient that I saw in this state. One of the doctors on the team explained that prolonged steroid use can lower one's pain tolerance. I experienced discomfort, but it was not intolerable, nor was it the worst pain I've ever felt. How about you all?

*****CCSVI at UBC MS Clinic - Information and Support Pain intense for about 1 minute then nothing. Discomfort maybe.


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