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Unread 11-14-2012, 03:47 AM   #11
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One other thing; although the FDA allowed over 300 people in the trial, there will be somewhere around 150 with half of that receiving the Nevro. Just in case I needed to feel even MORE blessed, right? I asked the rep when they thought this might become available in the US if the study goes well. He said that the company is being cautious and saying the second quarter of 2014, but he thinks it will be in the first quarter, perhaps February or March. That had been asked on here before, so I made a point to ask him that.
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sounds like it is all normal...that battery pocket will take a couple of months tho for me it was the first thing to stop hurting.
I am excited for your "buzz"...to begin....
plenty of prayers for all of us ths morning
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Smile Wow Mark!

You are very much among the Blessed, since the Trial is so much smaller than originally anticipated! Praying ALL will be well with your forthcoming procedure and that the work will have definitely been worth it as you begin to feel the quality stim from a sensory reduced stim approach. How EXCITING!!!
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Indeed, this IS very exciting! You are breaking new ground you know!

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