Zeureka wrote:Hi can anyone tell me if the Taxi accepts Euro or should I get zlotys ?
It's that I only go for 1 night/day for a doppler: the flight and shuttle-bus to Katowice is already paid, hotel takes my VISA and Simka will get 50 Euro cash.
I only need to take Taxi from the station where the shuttle bus arrives at around 23:00 to the St Josef Hotel (since do not want to walk 1 km at night...) and next day to the Euromedic Rolna + back to the airport. I would prefer not to need zlotys since do not know how many I need. So if the Taxis accept Euro, would prefer.
If need zlotys, will there be a visa or EC-card-machine at the Katowice airport where I can get some?
Zeureka wrote:I have to say: organising the trip to Simka was the nicest B-day present of my life!
Un grande abbraccio
Iwona wrote:yes. But don't pay them more than 100 pln
sunlounger wrote:Hi all,
Sorry for the delay in posting.
Well I am feeling the same as I did before the operation no changes for the better.
From viewing the CD of my procedure it’s pretty clear to see the ballooning carried out was not enough to keep the narrowing open on my left jugular.
And there is evidence on the CD that after the ballooning the narrowing closed straight back and I can see it’s still causing reflux.
Because of this reason I don’t understand why Dr Ludyga did not place a stent in as this would have seemed the obvious next step?
I have written to Dr Simka regarding my concerns and I think he will agree that in my case a stent is needed.
So I am hoping to be returning to Poland in the very near future.
For me I feel it’s best to get a stent next as ballooning is always going to carry this high risk of re narrowing.