Thanks Everyone for your good wishes. My husband feels fine, but generally the same...he thinks he doesn't have much brain fog anyhow (although I disagree
). He did feel a bit sick when he stood up after napping, which could be related to the semi-fixed jugular. I consider that he has had treatment MRhodes, because one could not see the jugular before and now you can in the radios...the part of the jugular she wants to work on again went from .5mm to 7mm!! But, there is the more worrying area...what do you do when there is nothing there? Like you say, doing something to widen the collaterals might help.
Now I will try to answer some questions:
- Was it paid by yourself, by insurance or something else (study)?
- If you paid it yourself, what where the costs?
- Will they treat foreign people? (You know, Paris is much nearer to the western part of germany than Katowice/Poland)
- If so, what's the number/address?
We are insured in France, and so it was a combination of the French security system and our mutuelle (extra insurance you pay for).
I will have to ask the doctor if she wants to be named and if she will treat the out of towners. I am not on the French forums, because my French is really lousy, but I said to Fred on the Arsep forum, that he could translate for me what I write here.
Oh, I can't remember what else I wanted to say, sorry, but I have had a mega busy day and will have another tomorrow. I'll read the thread again and see if I missed something important.