does being overweight add another risk to liberation?

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does being overweight add another risk to liberation?

Postby MariaChristo » Wed Mar 31, 2010 10:50 am

My nero is very opened minded about CCCVI, but expressed concern when i said the word angioplasty. He then told me about a girl who had one, and she ended up in acoma for 3 days, and he didnt wsnt anything like that to happen to me.

I know when I said "angioplasty" he thpought arteries. Can something like that happen to me as well, because i'm overweight?

I wanted to know your thoughts...
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Postby Cece » Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:26 am

Maybe check out Dr. Sclafani's thread? He seems to think of angioplasty as a minor procedure with low risks. He also describes in detail what the whole process is. I haven't heard any talk of weight being a risk factor. I know clotting is a risk after angioplasty and while I don't mean to speculate maybe a clot could then cause a stroke or a coma? But that is why the doctor will probably prescribe blood thinners.
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Postby MariaChristo » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:59 pm

ah! That was it! I was looking for his thread before, but couldnt find it, Thanks!
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