So, I had my surgery on January 21st. At that time, I had angioplasty with a stent placed into my right jugular and had the angioplasty only on my left. I saw tremendous improvements with no fatigue, improved balance, warm hands and feet, a stronger voice, better breathing, no more sore neck and my constantly low BP of 100/60 had gone to a normal 120/80. I felt so good that I began physical therapy and pool work. Fast forward to about 6 weeks later, and I began to have some bad days and in the first week of this month, I realized that all of the gains I had made are gone. Of what I listed above, my breathing is still better, but everything else has gone back. It is probable that the left jugular has become restricted again. Euromedic has been good enough to squeeze me in for a probable second stent on my left side toward the end of April. It will be a bit hard to wait, but now I know the improvement that I can look forward to getting back! I believe in this treatment now, more than ever because after 6 weeks of proper BP readings following my surgery, my BP last Wednesday was back down to 100/60. Obviously for my body, having the proper flow on one side is not enough to keep me well and improving….So, back to Poland I go and the adventure continues!