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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #15 on: October 25, 2005, 07:07:49 AM »
Chestrockwell: I didn't  fall over , it was more of a lunge :) ha ha .......I feel sick

Yorkshireman: Hi, included in the price is a translator.....all the web sites are in english too so i am assumin that the majority of folks at the place have it as a second language.
I went to uni in eastern europe and all the degree students have to take their modules in English regardless of subject ......so fingers crossed it shoudl be ok......:)

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #16 on: October 25, 2005, 10:55:40 AM »
Just found this posting on the site, it's from a guy who got his op in prague ( czech republic) . His pictures of what the surgeons has achieved are awesome...i have just emailed the surgeon to find out the total price for surgery .

follow the link :)

http://www.gynecomastia.org/cgi-bin/gyne_yabb/YaBB.cgi?board=11;action=display;num=1128178165

Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #17 on: October 25, 2005, 11:41:13 AM »
Those results are truly fantastic!! Better than any Ive seen on this site, irrespective of surgeon....!

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #18 on: October 25, 2005, 12:07:09 PM »
I think our Eastern European Friends are the DOG'S B*LLOCKS :) .
After seeing them Pictures i am really excited ; especially as my case of Gynecomastia is not as bad as his ......... wish my money i have owed form the tax man would hurry up and drop pn my mat :).

Yorkshire man: Are you interested in surgery over there?

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #19 on: October 25, 2005, 02:04:41 PM »
Here's a funny thing...

Irish dentists and dental surgeons are argueably the most well trained *and* most expensive in the world. Even more expensive than the Yanks.

So much so that a lot of Irish people are going to Poland for comprehensive advanced cosmetic treatment such as bridges, implants, crowns, etc.

But Polish dentists are equally as well trained.

However, what do you do when/if things go t*ts up? (pardon the pun).

Remember that gyne treatment is a very invasive procedure. Unlike most cosmetic dental procedures where you're attaching 'things' to existing structures, gyne treatment involves going under your skin and extracting tissue.

I was originally looking at going from Ireland to the States for my gyne treatment until I found this resource.

This isn't a decision between going down to Dagenam Dave's and an authorised Ford dealer to get some panel-beating done on your Mondeo.

Your body and health are the most precious things you own. Don't skimp. Cost should not be factor #1 in deciding a surgecial option.

Personally speaking, I looked for the best, paid a premium and I'm happy. I choose a surgeon in the UK because travelling to and from wouldn't be an issue in the event of things going wrong.

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #20 on: October 25, 2005, 09:43:22 PM »
Hi Irish_Dude,
I phoned one of the clinics  yesterday ; the U.K. clinics are based in Manchester and London . I asked them what would happen if i got a bodged job ( Don't ask why i used that word , guess i got tongue tied on the phone  ;D ) , they told me that if there is any problems or unsatisfactory results they will fly me back and i can get corrective surgery for free........What i should have asked is ' can i pick a different clinic ' .
I would prefer to have surgery in the U.K. as it saves me the hassle of having to fly to Polnad/Hungary or the Czech republic with some budget airline , who make you fly on the wright brothers first invention for achieving flight :( . ....i aint the most confident guy up a ladder never mind up in the air , sat on a rickety ol'e bone shaker  ;).
Before i make my choice i will peruse all documents and  info like an over zealous librarian .
I just wish i wasn't in my final year at uni so i could get a job and get them done on credit....with that MeDfinance or something like that.

How does your chest feel now?, your pics look good but oh so painfull.....did it hurt? stupid question i know :) .

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #21 on: October 25, 2005, 11:03:33 PM »
Hello All,
Just got pictures off one of the surgeons......awesome work......One tiny hole for lipo and tiny cut round aola ( think it's spelt like that) .....:) . Going to phone him this afternoon.....wish me luck :)

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #22 on: October 26, 2005, 01:33:05 AM »
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I would prefer to have surgery in the U.K. as it saves me the hassle of having to fly to Polnad/Hungary or the Czech republic with some budget airline , who make you fly on the wright brothers first invention for achieving flight :( . ....i aint the most confident guy up a ladder never mind up in the air , sat on a rickety ol'e bone shaker  ;).

Oh come on! CZA (Czech state airline) are one of the safest around and have a fleet of boeings.

I'd feel safer with them than on some of the 30-year old 737-B series I see Ryanair flying out of Dublin airport atm.

I didn't have *one bit* of pain - check my diary out in the diary section.

Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #23 on: October 26, 2005, 06:30:06 AM »
<Mark, Ive already had surgery in March 05 with Levick, cost me £3655 plus £80 consultation fee, results are nowhere near as good as those pics you have shown, but are slowly getting better...

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #24 on: October 26, 2005, 08:42:45 AM »
Oh come on! CZA (Czech state airline) are one of the safest around and have a fleet of boeings.


Irish_dude: i meant flying to .....as in using ryan air or easy jet :) ....


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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #25 on: October 30, 2005, 12:49:59 AM »
All set to go , my date for surgery is the 20 th of december. This way i can have a stress free christmas and feel st nic has given me a special gift : ) , also i can start the new year a fresh :) .

Quick question : How can i post my post op pictures on here? or a link next to my name?

Cheers ;D

Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #26 on: November 02, 2005, 09:55:32 PM »
Hi Mark

Dont forget to keep us all posted on how it went. Good luck

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #27 on: November 04, 2005, 04:18:18 AM »
Jacob-rb :

Hello, i promise to keep every one informed of my progress. If anyone is interested about surgery in eatern europe, just message me or leave a message here. I have searched what seems like the full web for info and i have saved what appear to be the most helpfull surgerys even though they took a few month to find; i think the obsure ones are the best.....less hype and advertisments . They respond to your emails with in 3 days and send some excellent post op pictures.

Mark :)

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Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #28 on: November 20, 2005, 08:45:36 AM »
Hello
I now have confirmed my operation date with what i hope is the best surgery. The surgeon has over 24 years of experience, so i'm confident about the operation . They sent me a video of the surgery and tons of pictues and info . They have also phoned me a few times and they speak perfect english.....well outs perfect comapred to my geordie :) .
With flights, 1 night hotel stay, 2 days clinc. anesthetic, bandages and care ect  it all comes to less than £1000..........meaning i can start the new year a fresh and buy some thin lambs wool jumpers , would'n wear them now as they reveal your full shape :( .......

Re: Poland Surgery
« Reply #29 on: November 20, 2005, 03:43:55 PM »
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Hello
I now have confirmed my operation date with what i hope is the best surgery. The surgeon has over 24 years of experience, so i'm confident about the operation . They sent me a video of the surgery and tons of pictues and info . They have also phoned me a few times and they speak perfect english.....well outs perfect comapred to my geordie :) .
With flights, 1 night hotel stay, 2 days clinc. anesthetic, bandages and care ect  it all comes to less than £1000..........meaning i can start the new year a fresh and buy some thin lambs wool jumpers , would'n wear them now as they reveal your full shape :( .......


Nice to hear your getting sorted m8!

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it all comes to less than £1000


wow £1000, i hope that everything goes well for you.. even tho you are that stingy.. you make scrooge look like a charity worker..LOL :D :D :D ;), im only joking bro, i wish you all the best.

how long before your surgery, what date have they given you?.

chris.


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