Does anyone take or know of any that work? I've asked about it, a while ago and my doctor told me they really didn't work. I know I'm probably to adviced for it. But, I'm just curious because shunting and it's "lovely" issues are no fun.The progammable valves are neat, it's just that their not 100%, nor is anything else. If we took medication along with our shunts, maybe it would allow them to last longer with few complications. Because the production of CSF would be controlled somewhat.
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