The first open o.p. on the JIV- the reduction of diameter

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The first open o.p. on the JIV- the reduction of diameter

Post by Rici » 7 years ago

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The first open operation on the Jogularis - the reduction of diameter.
The first open operation on the jugularis vein had already take place in Poland/Warsaw in the best clinic of Poland. The diameter of the vein was reduced. Earlier with such a big diameter http://www.ccsvi-ms.pl/video4.avi heart could not a vacuum to suck the blood. The photos after surgery:
http://www.ccsvi-ms.pl/foto/op2.jpg , http://www.ccsvi-ms.pl/foto/op4.jpg , http://www.ccsvi-ms.pl/foto/op5.jpg

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Post by Cece » 7 years ago

congrats on having it done at last, hope you feel better!!! Those pictures - ouch!

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Post by HappyPoet » 7 years ago

Rice, congratulations on having the surgery! You have a mighty gash to show off now. We wish you a full recovery. Please keep us updated on your condition, thanks.

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Post by Rici » 7 years ago

The scar will go down and there will be almost not sign. In the hospital where the surgery is done i.e. Medicover http://www.medicover.com/plpl/ - starting from the next week, there will be English speaking call center operator. At the same moment the prices are lower by several thousands in comparison to Euromedic. With no doubts it is much better solution also with the location - 20 minutes journey from the international airport.
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Post by Kathyj08 » 7 years ago

Wow! So glad to hear you had it done!
I sure hope things improve for you. Keep us posted on your progress.

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Post by CindyCB » 7 years ago

Hi Rici,
Could you please explain to those of us that don't check into the forum frequently what you had this operation for?

What does the reduction of diameter do?

Thanks,
CindyCB
Thyroid disease, Vitamin D deficiency, hypermobility, 'ME/CFS', CCSVI (stenosis both sides and assymetric malformed valves), TMJ - No MS but many neuro symptoms.

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Post by Johnson » 7 years ago

I'm so glad that you finally got this done, Rici. Dobra! Your pictures look like you were in a knife fight, but you won!

Are you noticing any differences in the way that you feel?

Take it easy, my friend.
My name is not really Johnson. MSed up since 1993

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Post by frodo » 7 years ago

Rici wrote:The scar will go down and there will be almost not sign. In the hospital where the surgery is done i.e. Medicover http://www.medicover.com/plpl/ - starting from the next week, there will be English speaking call center operator. At the same moment the prices are lower by several thousands in comparison to Euromedic. With no doubts it is much better solution also with the location - 20 minutes journey from the international airport.
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Hi Rici. Some time ago I was speaking with a doctor named Dr Maciej Jaworski, from Medicover Poland. Finally I decided not to go there, but I am thinking it over. Was Dr. Jaworski the surgeon? Do they treat CCSVI in a regular basis?

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Post by Rici » 7 years ago

frodo wrote:
Rici wrote:The scar will go down and there will be almost not sign. In the hospital where the surgery is done i.e. Medicover http://www.medicover.com/plpl/ - starting from the next week, there will be English speaking call center operator. At the same moment the prices are lower by several thousands in comparison to Euromedic. With no doubts it is much better solution also with the location - 20 minutes journey from the international airport.
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Hi Rici. Some time ago I was speaking with a doctor named Dr Maciej Jaworski, from Medicover Poland. Finally I decided not to go there, but I am thinking it over. Was Dr. Jaworski the surgeon? Do they treat CCSVI in a regular basis?
Now yes.
This is the Hotel Carlton in comparison to other hospitals. 5 operating room. 250 Beds. 1 Beds room, 2 Beds room, apartment room. Personnel perfect English.
Euromedic did not agree to my operations. Medicover yes!
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Post by Rici » 7 years ago

Hi
Tomorrow you will more answer, as will be my translator. I write with errors.
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Post by prairiegirl » 7 years ago

Those are quite the photos, Rici! I hope things will improve for you now-- wish you the very best.

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Post by Rici » 7 years ago

CindyCB wrote:Hi Rici,
Could you please explain to those of us that don't check into the forum frequently what you had this operation for?

What does the reduction of diameter do?

Thanks,
CindyCB
Hi
Now after the operation the hemodynamics of blood trailing from the brain will be improved. That is important. Imagine when you do cleaning with vacuum cleaner with pipe with the half meter diameter you won't have any results of your job.
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Post by Rici » 7 years ago

Att Frodo:
Doctor Jaworski is the radiologist and he is very good at it. He made my USG and phlebography when professor from Israel came to decide about my treatment. Now the place is to be recommended in CCSVI treatment.
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Post by KikiT » 7 years ago

Rici, I am very happy for you. Your scar matches your toughness!! Be well from now on!!!

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