... anyone or anyone's relative experienced the surgery. My mom is afraid that even if she survives the surgery, the recovery would be brutal. Without the surgery, she is constantly fatigued and unable to do too much.It's a very difficult situation. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks
At her age, it is very risky... especially, depending on her health and medical history. My father passed at 38 -from a ruptured aorta... I have an untrasound on mine every 3 years to make sure I am not developing one. Also, depening where the stenotic area is..the possibility of being paralized from that area down is a risk as well. Researh that topic in depth to be educated with risk/benefits and learn all you can
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