I: am back again, slept well (or maybe not too well because our half-year old woke up 3 times at night
) but surely ate well
I read that one of the post-angioplasty side effects is nausea. That's what I've also had since yesterday morning. Fortunately it got lighter today. Hopefully it'll disappear by tomorrow evening.
Now to the questions and requests brought up in this thread.
Erika: unfortunately I didn't say hi from you to the staff. I think I was too nervous and simply forgot. I'm sorry. But I'm quite sure that they remember you as you were patient 2
Johnson: to be honest, I took only one teaspoon of that colloidal silver. Because I then realized that I in fact didn't know what it was. And googled some info, saw photos of those grey/silver people, got frightened and eventually resigned from taking it. Fortunately other ways helped and my throat stopped being sore on the 5th:).
colmmc and others: I don't know and haven't asked how many people were operated in Katowice. But on the CD that I got I could see "11/2010", guessing that I was eleventh this year. This, keeping in mind that they conduct the CCSVI angioplasty/stenting 2 or 3 days a week (Tuesdays, Wednesdays and maybe Fridays, I don't know), should give an overview of their performance.
This morning I noticed that my spastics was lighter than usual. Unfortunately I had to revise that opinion when I left home. Maybe the snow scared me and made me stiff? There's a lot of snow here. A LOT. And still snowing. I don't like snow. Oh, how I hate snow...
I'm not surrendering though but hoping for improvements, if God allows.