Hemorrhoids removal procedure in Israel: a letter from a patient

Hemorrhoids ligation in Israel

New Year’s greetings and a letter of gratitude from the patient that has undergone hemorrhoids removal procedure in Israel

 

Операция по удалению геморроя в Израиле: отзывDear Lyuba and Beate,

I want to wish you a happy New Year! All the best to you, and thank you one more time for your help!

I feel well, and each time I remember what your doctors have saved me from, I feel even better. I don’t know how I would survive periodic (almost every other month!) hemorrhoids ligation procedures in our hospital. I don’t understand why they couldn’t do a one-time surgical removal procedure on my hemorrhoid, the way they do in the Hadassah MC? I cannot believe I had suffered for some many years and Dr Pikarsky resolved the issue in a day. Honestly, I’m still amazed how fast everything happened, literally overnight: on Sunday I arrived, on Monday I was already admitted and got my surgery, on Tuesday I was released!

Beate, thank you so much for the consults we had a chance to attend together in the last 5 days I had after my release and before the departure. Especially for the one with spinal neurosurgeon Dr Itshayek! I’m so glad it all amounted only to the purchase of orthopedic insoles.

In general it turned out that visiting iMER was a great opportunity to resolve medical problems that kept on being put on the back-burner at home. I’m very happy with the treatment, the trip and happy to have met you! THANK YOU!”

 G.О.  January 2014

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