Well, the post has been moved to the correct forum. Now we just have to hope that AMIT411 finds it here.
Especially since your helpful post is now here too (saying to look in the CCSVI forum)!
Amit, I don't know, I was anxious too. If you've made the choice to go for it, it's because you've educated yourself about CCSVI and the possibility of improvements and the possibility of whatever risks there are. Deep breaths! The procedure itself is not bad. There's the uncomfortable messing around with the leg when they're getting things set up and then you don't even feel the guidewire or catheter going through your veins so then the next uncomfortable part is the ballooning itself. It's all over quickly. Thousands of people have had this done, for CCSVI, and who-knows how many people have had it done in other places in the body or in the arteries. Our IRs know their way around.