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  1. Toilet seat extender. 5in high with handles and easy lock. Used like new. $1100 MXN. Call 331 065 9193
  2. Just a short survey Do you continue to pay for Medicare Part B ? Are you comfortable with the Mexican medical services so much so that you don't plan on returning to the U S. Have anyone cancelled their Medicare then had to pay the added premium to resign ?
  3. I use a CPAP and it from time-to-time needs replacement parts. Can anyone kindly recommend a store in lakeside or Guadalajara that carries CPAPs or parts? Thanks in advance for your help.
  4. If you are familiar with Regenerix in Guadalajara, maybe you know of the place in Ajijic, near Dental Express, where we can now get similar services here at Lakeside? My friend gave me the name Dra. Justine, but that's all she had. They do injections of collagen, stem cells, etc. Anyone have contact info?
  5. I see a lot of info about stem cell therapy for knees and other issues, but has anyone had stem cell therapy for hip problems? I am told I have a bone spur in the hip joint and need a hip replacement, but maybe could delay that process by pumping up the cartilage in the joint (mine is osteoarthritis, not rheumatoid). Anyone with experience with alternatives to hip replacement (especially stem cells), which doctor did you use, how much did it cost, and what has been the outcome?
  6. Came back from the States with parts of 2 CPAPs left behind. I need to make one of them work. One is a ResMed AirSense 10 for which I need the plug that goes in the right side when one is not using a humidifier. The other is a Resperonics REMstarPlus M Series for which I need a 12V-3A power cord. Any help you can send my way will be greatly appreciated. Trying to sleep in the recliner is getting really old. Thanx.
  7. Hello. Can anyone tell me if Oxireyes in Riberas is the best option for renting a portable oxygen tank? Or is there a better or less expensive option in Guadalajara? Thanks in advance for any response.
  8. My spouse just checked into Casa Nostra. He has moderate dimentia and has been in the hospital in Guadalajara for 3 weeks. He could stand and walk with a walker before that but can't now. If I can find someone to come into CN regularly and teach us both how to help him it will improve his quality of life. Any recommendations appreciated
  9. Mexican Medical Treatment and Your Medical Records NOM-004-SSA3-2012 Many people come to Mexico for medical procedures or already live here and take ill or injure themselves and need the services of a doctor or hospital. In most cases people are happy with the services provided and they go on living their lives. A problem arises when a patient wants to obtain their medical records from their doctor or hospital. We have found that many doctors and hospitals are reluctant to give patients their medical records due to fear of lawsuits, sloppy record keeping that does not comply with the law or
  10. I would like to highly recommend Jahydi Corpus Campuzano (pronounced Jaydee or Heidi) for in home physiotherapy. Jahydi is extremely competent, a lovely lady and English speaker. She is very gentle, thorough and explains what she is doing and why. If you have a severe injury/injuries she will seek permission to contact your medical practitioner so she is fully aware of your injuries and adjust her treatment accordingly. If you are in need or know of someone who could use a physiotherapist please give Jahydi a call at 33 1053 0356
  11. Hubby needs to have his INR taken regularly BUT we have a small problem. I haven't been able to get the Coaguchek XS strips for his monitor. It is NOT the same as a blood glucose monitor. I can find them in GDL but they are a bit of a PITA to get. So our other option is to have someone come and take his blood for the test. NO, I can't take him to a clinic - both arms and both legs have fractures, so he doesn't fold and getting him in and out of a vehicle is well - you get the drift. SO - has anyone found any strips locally??? OR - do you happen to know which clinic might make a house call?
  12. A friend is considering leukemia treatment for their parent in Tijuana, at either the Bio-Medical Center (Hoxey Clinic) or the Immunity Therapy Center. I'm not at all familiar with facilities in Tijuana. Anybody here have input, good or bad? Would also appreciate comments on places to stay in that area... for family, traveling with the person to be treated. If there are better options for treatment at other places in Mexico, that info might be welcome also. Thanks! Heather
  13. The Right Chemistry: Brazilian 'healer' John of God leads cancer patients by the nose “Up your nose with a surgical clamp!” That is Joao Teixeira’s prescription for treating breast cancer. I first came across this Brazilian “healer” known as John of God, in 2005 when he was featured on the ABC television program Primetime Live.
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