esta wrote:We stayed in the best hotel I've ever stayed at in Bratislava! It was set up amazingly for a disabled person.
Once done there we went back to Katowice on our way to Krakow to have a follow up done by Dr Simka. This was most interesting as when I came through the door there was 3 other doctors there with him. He checked my veins out again on the Doppler machine while they watched and talked. Dr Simka said that my angioplasty wasn't as good as it could be, but it is much better and I am improving. He also mentioned that if I needed it he would do angioplasty again, not a stent. At this point it is still good though. We got to chat with with the other Dr's and talked about my ongoing recovery along with everyones CCSVI views. My husband spoke up as my care giver and mentioned my many improvements that I would not have noticed myself along with the ones I already described. Ron noticed today that I have taken hardly any painkillers lately which is great for me.
We spend the day in Krakow and are going to fly home tomorrow. I am looking forward to getting back into the routine so I can really tell where I am improving and hopefully continue to improve even more.
esta wrote:yesterday, without thinking, i picked up a full little tea cup and drank it with one hand. i don't remember that for a very long time!! i was unable to even lift it with two.
oh, its so good to be back...
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