Blood Thinners for Multiple Sclerosis?

Maybe I’m over simplifying…but if our veins might be too thin for blood to pass through effectively, wouldn’t blood thinners help? I mean it seems like a step to consider before looking into stretching out a vein right?

What do you think?

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2 Responses to Blood Thinners for Multiple Sclerosis?

  1. Graeme says:

    A few things do seem to fit with the theory – daily aspirin has been said to benefit people with MS, there was a study a little while back which showed viagra helping the animal model of the disease – that could possibly be explained by viagra being a vasodilator. Similarly reports that exercise might help recovery which could be explained in terms of blood flow.. And then conversely it might explain why nicotine has been reported to help an MS patient whereas smoking has been reported to harm..

    It might explain why I am addicted to very hot habenero pepper sauce too!

    (I had treatment for CCSVI in Egypt late 2010 by the way, I am convinced that blood flow is involved!)

  2. Kristin says:

    That is very interesting, thanks for the links! I love your habenero pepper reference too..I LOVE the habenero peper sauce that we got from my honeymoon in Belize, I use it on almost everything and have considered bringing it with me when I go out…I confess I was pregnant at the time.

    I’d be interested in hearing how your CCSVI experience was have you written about it anywhere?

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