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Anyone here personally know anyone with VS success story?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jamesldavis1, Jan 11, 2015.

  1. jamesldavis1

    jamesldavis1 New Member

    Anyone put it into remission?
     
  2. der_schwal

    der_schwal New Member

    Not personally but I've noticed several reports of drug induced VS/HPPD going away after some time has passed. If also heard of some people with regular VS having their symptoms either disappear or decrease until they are barely noticeable for one reason or another. The issue is that it seems that many different factors can affect VS and it differs from person to person.
     
  3. Constantin

    Constantin New Member

    Do u all think that vs will be curable one day
     
  4. Andre

    Andre New Member

    I used to have VS before being diagnosed under-activethyroid. Had scintillating scotoma and visual aura symptoms that I have never had before. Now I am on thyroxine medication and withing the last 2 or 3 years I have not had any acute symptoms. And you know what, within these 2 or 3 years vs seems to cure itself. It seems like if the root cause is solved vs may cure itself after some years.
     
  5. Constantin

    Constantin New Member

    I don't think so a lot of people it's a lifelong
     
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  6. Constantin

    Constantin New Member

    I hope so can u imagine it would be great
     
  7. Nick wrightsel

    Nick wrightsel New Member

    I know a few people who have gotten better through treatment of Lyme disease, as that can be a cause of visual snow.

    And I know someone else that has gone back to being himself and eliminated his symptoms by microdosing high grade THC strains of marijuana. if he misses a dose, his symptoms begin to get worse again. But he also had the worse case of VS I’ve ever heard of, he was legally blind from the amount of static obscuring his vision, he had to learn Braille to continue high school!
     
  8. How did he come about this treatment?
     

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