Am I suffering from CCSVI?

Am I suffering from CCSVI?
Author: CCSVI Clinic

Many patients with multiple sclerosis or other neurodegenerative diseases wonder if they have venous insufficiency (CCSVI). Our experience shows that this is not always the case. Some people who report to us have obvious symptoms of CCSVI. There are also those patients whose blood flow from the brain and spinal cord is impeccable.

In the first case, we recommend the therapy of vein clearing, which is carried out on site in our clinic. In the second one, we aim for further research. It turns out that when the venous system works without any reservations, the patient often suffers from the disease that he was previously diagnosed with.

A great example here is neuroborreliosis, which has nothing to do with the venous system but gives similar symptoms as CCSVI. In more than 10% of patients in whom the venous system in the magnetic resonance image was normal, neuroborreliosis was found. Some of them have been treated for multiple sclerosis for years, despite having a completely different disease.

In order to dispel all doubts, in addition to participating in the vein clearing research program, we also offer a 3 - Tesla magnetic resonance (MRI) service with full imaging of blood vessels in 3D. Each test is described by an experienced radiologist. On the basis of the obtained results, it is possible to say with almost 100% whether the venous system is working properly or not, and the patient is sure whether he is suffering from CCSVI or should undergo further research.

The resonance is completely non-invasive, lasting about an hour and gives a very accurate image of the venous system, the sample of which you can see on the attached screen (screen will be linked to the clinic page). The waiting time usually does not exceed 10-12 days.