Mutley wrote:Usually a hot bath would melt me to the inside of it and I’d be stuck there for an hour after the water had drained out before I could summon the strength to crawl out. But last night I hopped out just as easily as I got in.
LR1234 wrote:When they do the procedure do they check high up in the jugular veins?
Also do they check the VV veins in the procedure?
xia wrote:Did you decide to just go for the balloon rather than the stent or was it recommended by Simka?
LouK wrote:I'm just wondering what you actually had to pay for
LouK wrote:What meds do you have to have now and what follow up consultations or treatments do you need? Will they be able to monitor you in the UK?
As you've just had the ballooning procedure, theres the risk I guess that the veins could narrow again, presumably if your MS remains stable now and then starts to progress again, would you get the veins checked again and would you be able to get that done in the UK now there has been shown to be a problem?
Pepe wrote:1.- What kind of test they are doing before the procedure?
2.- What specific medicaments have you to take after the procedure?
3.- Have we got to take to Poland anything apart from the pyjama ?
4.- Dr. Simka told me that one familiar could be in Hospital with the patient...but I do not know if they will allow me to spend the whole nigth in her room... do you know if this would be possible? I am a little worried about this because my wife does not speak English at all?
5.- During the procedure... have the surgeon talked to you... asking for doing something? I am thinking about asking them to allow me staying at the operating surgery room in order to translate to her their instructions.
6.- Any suggestion?
willm wrote:Apologies if this is a stupid question, but how are the post op injections administered - do we have to inject ourselves or do we go back to the hospital for them and then find a nurse when we get back home?Will
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