...as she seemed pretty excited about going again
She seems frighten to me ... if I read her post.
There are no guarantees, and I'm sure she's aware of that, as she's been a contributor to the CCSVI discussion for a while now.
No guarantees?... I see. But why? You bought 5$ hairdryer and you registred the guarantee ...but not on 5000$ procedure?! M.
This is my last post in this thread ... but I'll make the point and leave since it is Mags' thread and I'm not going to hi-jack it.
I tore my knee up a few years ago wrestling.
I had it fixed (relatively minor knee surgery that gets done thousands and thousands of times a year).
A few weeks later, I severely injured my knee ... wait I thought the first procedure was supposed to fix everything?
There are NO guarantees! I could have gone in and they could have done the wrong knee, they could have cut my arm off ... a lot can go wrong.
There are NO guarantees in life. You breathe thousands of times a day ... what's to say on your next breath you won't happen to breathe in a a fly which by some odd coincidence has some new form of disease, that not only kills you but kills off 1/2 of the world's population.
Or ... you walk out of your house all the time, what's to say the next time you don't walk out you won't get hit by an asteroid. There are NO guarantees! There's risk in everything.
EVERYONE on this board should have read Dr. Zamboni's research to know that somewhere (the exact number escapes me) ... but somewhere near 50% of people who get angioplasty restenose and need follow-up procedures.
You keep making the same point ... and everyone on this board can see through it.
Where you got she is scared is beyond me ... I think she'd agree that's not the case.