At 9:47am on March 20, 2012, Carnegie, Deirdre Diana said…
This surgery for one side is about 2.5 hours this will vary from patient to patient a little some shorter & some longer. I am not on any medications right now for MS. The procedure is a permanent fix and it was on my left side so all is well with that. I am returning in April to get the right side done. This is a permanent fix. The video was taken down because people were confusing the Hernandez procedure wtih the CCSVI which are very different. Just to clarify, After having the angio the day before and discovering that the left side was not passable, Dr. Hernandez was consulted with my dilemma of NOT being able to get through on my one side…..this is when he stepped in and was able to make it work surgically. As he is a Cardiothoracic & vascular surgeon for over 30 years. I hope this answers your questions.
Neigh, neither do I! Don't beat us live ones, either, please! And no fair flogging.munchkin wrote:There are a lot of statements (using the words permanent, only, etc) made by patients of many different treatment modes. A Dr or organization cannot be held accountable for what others are saying. Excel seems to be doing their best to eliminate the phrase and I don't think it's necessary to beat a dead horse.
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