CureIous wrote:SO point being, if I had to go shopping, then explaining all of this to a radiologist, interventional or whatever from scratch, I might just jump the in car, drive to Stanford and get it done right, preserving my sanity...
If we could "just jump in a car" or jump on a plane. This isn't easy. My husband has an MRV scheduled for next week. I have no confidence that they will do the test correctly. The only way I would feel confident is if the neurologist and/or radiologist would call Dr. Dake (I gave them info) and get his input. Maybe just going through this process will help his doctors to learn from our experience and entice them to do more.
If Cheer reads this, I sent her a PM last week. Didn't hear anything so I am not sure if she read it.
MaggieMae wrote:As I feared, they did not do the proper test. Now our insurance is being charged who knows how much and we don't even have the correct test. I'm not even going to take up space on this forum telling the whole dreaded story, just feeling defeated.
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