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Postby grindlator » Wed Sep 22, 2010 1:30 pm


Does anyone have any input as to which country would be better to go to for the Liberation procedure? Poland, Bulgaria , Germany ?

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Postby Interrupted » Wed Sep 22, 2010 5:00 pm

It's a difficult question to answer. It depends on budget, location, and personal research really. Some people believe some are more thorough than others, some vary a bit in price, some have more experience and a greater number of procedures under their belt etc.

If there was a one stand out place, I guess we'd all be going to the same one :roll:
You have to look into each a little and find which you feel most comfortable with. Maybe have a read of some blogs of some people who have been to the place nearest you? x
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Postby welshman » Thu Sep 23, 2010 8:47 am

One of the ways that "finalised" our choice and decision was to actually talk on the phone to someone who had been to the Clinic. As was mentioned, check the blogs of people who have had the procedure and then p.m. them and ask if you can phone them. Talking to people is way better than e-mail or p.m.'s and you can really get the true feel of the place you're thinking about.
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