Anyone had only ballooning and no restenosis after months?

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Anyone had only ballooning and no restenosis after months?

Postby Kirtap » Tue Jun 08, 2010 4:38 am

Hi,
Just wanted to know if somebody here had only angioplasty, non stent and didn't have restenosis after many months.. let's say 6 months.

I may have to take a decision on the short term, but many posts talk about restenosis with ballooning. Would like to hear from someone who have good results.

thank you.
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Postby Kirtap » Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:04 pm

Ok, nobody?
Let's say 3 months after the treatment? Anybody had no restenosis with ballooning only?
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Postby CureIous » Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:25 pm

If you are trying to gauge your possible outcome based upon internet postings, negative or positive, then you cannot possibly have all the information required, not everyone who's been treated has a posting, and bad news travels very fast nowadays so you will see more of that than anyone who is just going on with life and doesn't care to report it. Plus, many people are treated, but haven't a clue whether they have restenosed or not, unless they specifically get retested for it, which they won't unless they have a bonafide flareup, which you will then hear about, but the rest are just doing their thing, maybe they restenosed and didn't flareup, it's not a one to one relationship. Bout the best I can do, good luck.

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