Munich rocks!!!!!!

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Munich rocks!!!!!!

Postby coin » Tue Aug 17, 2010 12:08 pm

Exciting news from good old Munich, and again thanks to the forum who provided so much information and "strength" to fight for this,..”this” meaning that our doctor told us today that he will perform angioplasty soon my husband, his first patient!!! Even so the doppler did not show anything! I was prepared in today’s appointment to talk the doctor into performing the treatment, but funnily enough he already was of the opinion to perform it....so basically the elaborated speech I prepared was for nothing...well...BUT it is exiting and the treatment will take place in app.5 weeks here in Munich! we will keep you posted and afterwards will be able to reveal his name etc ;-)))
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Re: Munich rocks!!!!!!

Postby frodo » Thu Aug 19, 2010 3:35 pm

coin wrote:Exciting news from good old Munich, and again thanks to the forum who provided so much information and "strength" to fight for this,..”this” meaning that our doctor told us today that he will perform angioplasty soon my husband, his first patient!!! Even so the doppler did not show anything! I was prepared in today’s appointment to talk the doctor into performing the treatment, but funnily enough he already was of the opinion to perform it....so basically the elaborated speech I prepared was for nothing...well...BUT it is exiting and the treatment will take place in app.5 weeks here in Munich! we will keep you posted and afterwards will be able to reveal his name etc ;-)))
Ines


Wow. Thanks. I'm eager to know the results
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examinations means

Postby coin » Thu Aug 19, 2010 11:22 pm

It will be September 16th!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And a quick question, as soon as a check via the catheter is done evreything which is wrong or good will be visisble to the Sugeant, right???....meaning do we have to prepare ourselves for the next round of uncertainties or ist the examination via Catherter the tool to see everything??
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Postby joge » Thu Aug 19, 2010 11:43 pm

Ines!
Congratulations!

In my opinion this is the best way to see whats going on in there!

I don't know what to think of the fact that your docters have made this dicision without a positive MRV-, CT- or Doppler/duplex-diagnosis.

Anyway, you are going to be treated! Thats the most important! Great!

Good luck! Keep us informed!
I'm ready, I'm ready !
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Postby BalsaBoy » Fri Aug 20, 2010 11:31 am

Congrats on getting the go-ahead for Munich. You might want to ask the surgeon to go in via the left groin to check for May Thurner Syndrome while he's at it.
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