hwebb wrote:am curious to see your videos...but a bit scared too as my procedure is on Wednesday. I was planning to not look at anything during the procedure...and take a sedative if offered. I want to pretend it's not happening. Not sure how successful this approach will be. My family want to come along to the procedure - they think it's a show!
Hi Helen, I didn't opt for a sedative because I wanted to be aware of what was happening fully. If I can say anything of encouragement I would say Prof T and his team were excellent, professional and put me well at ease.
I did 'zone out' for the ballooning a little, concentrate on breathing and going to that 'happy place' but apart from that there was no pain or discomfort. You will be allowed to have someone come in with you which may reassure you.
I am just uploading vids now - but will take several hours to be ready (currently says 7 hours remaining!!)
Thoughts with you, Kerri