CureOrBust wrote:1. The entry point has been described as being in the groin area, yet on someone's video (Curious), they show the entry point being what I would describe as the front of the leg, at the level of your groin. Where exactly is the entry point? Is it within the pubic area or in the leg? Will I be sporting a new "haircut"?
2. How many stitches are used on the entry point?
3. I understand that my surgeon will simply be using a local. How much pain should be expected? Please note, I have a very low threshold.
No, I am not certain, as I have not spoken to the Dr performing the procedure directly. I was referred by one dr who was the diagnostician, and then booked in for the procedure.sgriff wrote:Are you sure that is all he will be using? I guess all docs are different, but my husband was given light sedation to keep him in a twilight state
thanks.sgriff wrote:I wish you the very best.
At this stage, I simply hope they find something to treat! They did find some things during the doppler investigations, but neither the doppler nor 3 MRV's I have had performed have identified any specific stenosis in my Jugulars (unlike many before me). So the Azygous seems like the big culprit, though they did infer they may of seen some stenosis around the valves in this doppler, and a doppler I had done a few months after Zamboni's first paper found reflux in my IJV.sgriff wrote:Please be realistic about your expectations.
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