UK experiences -- 20 cases

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UK experiences -- 20 cases

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Re: UK experiences -- 20 cases

Postby JR31 » Mon Feb 01, 2016 12:09 pm

Cannot believe what I've just read. :cry: I've been through ETS and lumbar sympathectomy side-effects for fourteen years now, so I can at least take some comfort in knowing that I have built up as much experience and adaptive skills as possible in that time, but when I think of these twenty people going through this awful surgery it makes me so sad. :( They might feel fine for a year or two, but after an initial 'honeymoon period' side-effects can start later on.
I was under the impression that they had stopped doing lumbar sympathectomise in England. They should! :x My feet used to literally drip with sweat (along with my hands) but I've learned the hard way that nothing is as bad as wide-spread compensatory sweating, as well as the various other side-effects.
Thanks for the link though mate. I just wish ETS and LS had never been invented personally! So many other treatments now available, and the nervous system is such a precious, precious thing...


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