’ Mornin’, Lulu1!
‘ Waking up to a bright, sunny morning! ‘Just hope it is not as HOT as yesterday… 90s. I had better dress and take my walk pretty soon, before it heats up!
We finally have kittens at the shelter where I volunteer. “George”, a handsome boy that looks like he might be part Ragdoll, was already spoken for by his foster mom! The two, grey, SH girls were probably adopted already, too! Darling! But, as I said, especially during kitten season, I like focusing my attention on the CATS.
As for your visit to the neurologist, it is amazing to me how much more is available to treat AVMs. About 30 years ago, I went to a continuing education class for nurses, physicians, and Dr. Charles Drake, from Ontario, Canada, spoke of surgical treatment for AVMs.
It was EXTREMELY RISKY and he was one of the few who would attempt it. (I did not know that about five years later I would undergo surgery!). Now there are alternatives, depending on where and how extensive the AVM is, and other circumstances. This site is a wonderful boost, too. I had NO support and it contributed to the mental anguish I experienced. No one understood. So, continue to keep on top of the research, be informed, and keep in touch.
Enjoy the coming week!