But the three days following the procedure my wife could barely keep up with me cause I felt so good as we went all over NYC from early morning until at least 9pm sometimes later.
cathyb wrote:But the three days following the procedure my wife could barely keep up with me cause I felt so good as we went all over NYC from early morning until at least 9pm sometimes later.
So, not to split hairs, but did Dr. S do the procedure even though he found no reflux and you have excellent veins?
Good luck, best wishes, positive thoughts, and yes, prayers too.
cheerleader wrote:Hi We Will--
We did the Lyme route in the beginning with a local Lyme literate doctor and testing of blood at Igenex. Jeff was negative. You can go to a local doctor who will send your blood to the lab. Here's some links for info:
Lida Mattman, Ph.D. Nelson Medical Research Institute 11664 Martin Rd. Warren, MI 48093 Tel: 810-755-6430 Fax: 810-755-4511
What is puzzling about your case is that you showed reflux prior to the angio, then, once on the table...nothing. Hmmmmm. Positional reflux? Only when upright maybe? Something with the vertebrals? What was the position you were in when reflux was noted?
In any event, I am sorry for the nausea and all that went with the procedure, and then to have no answers...I know your faith is helping you deal with all of the stresses. It's been the cornerstone of Jeff and my journey since the beginning. THoughts and prayers to you and your family as you continue searching,
EJC wrote:Well who'd have thought it.
The most interesting part is being diagnosed pre procedure. Dr S will be asking some questions I imagine.
Also check for Pernicious Anema whilst you're running through a battery of tests.
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