The procedure took a little over three hours. They struggled with a blockage in the upper right Jugular that would not fully open. The left side opened nicely, and the lower right side was also opened with little trouble. The Ayzgos showed no signs of stenosis.
They want to let things be at this point, and see if the upper right Jugular improves a little on its own.
She had always had back pain for years, and that is what bothered her most. She has been asked to remain still for several hours after the procedure to prevent the injections in her groin from bleeding. They even called Dr. Gupta in from home to verify everything was ok, as there was a little swelling. Everything is good.
The big change is her warmth. Her hands have never felt so warm, and her feet are slightly warmer. She is even complaining about being too hot! I had to turn up the air conditioner in the room.
We are cautiously optimistic, and will see what tomorrow brings. Right now, she needs rest.