1st of all, i am sorry for your condition. because u didnt really provide exact name of your illness and all the pathology associated with it (or i
didnt c it there), there is only very limited help we can offer
anyway, from what u wrote, you suffer from some sort of chronic vein inflammation which causes thickenning of your vein walls and causes blood clots,
which in turn cause you pain because of ischemia. now, this is just my guess according to what u wrote, of course i dont have an access to your
medical report. however here is whatever little help i can offer.
1st) eat a lot of fish and seafood. and when i mean a lot, i mean several servings per day. research the diet of Eskimos...they diet consists almost
exclusively from seafood and fat and their blood is much thinner than what is normal (clotting times much longer)
2nd) add to your diet A LOT of hemp oil to supplement fish oil from seafood. hemp oil is anti inflammatory and contains ideal amount of essencial
3rd) because your diseases seems to have inflammatory nature, search the internet for foods with antiinflammatory properties (i think garlic for
example is very helpful), there is ton of information out there
4th) drink a lot water, vitamins, fruit, veggies etc, all the normal stuff....also balsamic viniger, berries, a bit of RED wine (cca 0.2-0.4 litter
per day), apple cider vineger and red cabbage r full of vitamins, polyphenols and other helpful substances. no cure, but might help a bit. other
things that might help r ginger, tumeric, coriander (cillantro) - ideally fresh leafs and ginseng might help (especially tumeric and corriander which
can really help clean your organism)
as with what to do with your imminent, cant really help...guess u tried all the basic stuff like massages, hot baths, some creams etc. 1 thing that
comes to my mind is using capsaicin (the substance in chilli peppers, fefferoni etc which makes them hot) topically (on the skin). basically, buy the
hottest chilli pepper u can (or concentrated chilli paste) and apply it either on the spot where it hurts or higher (closer to the spine)....u might
have to experiment with this and i dont know whether it will work in your condition, but the basic idea is that by activating different painreceptors
(via capsaicin) somewhere close to the place where your chronic pain is/any pain is, it should kinda override it...blocking it from reaching your
pain. this works in some cases, worth the try i guess. i hope this will be of some help to you. if u have any questions, feel free to ask. Haven.
edit...ok, just noticed the name of your disease...still, i think none of my tips can hurt u.
edit on 26-12-2012 by White Haven because: (no reason given)