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Sandy, I appreciate your telling about the bad experience you have had so far with mistakes in the implementation of the Nalu product. I and my wife, who has bad foot neuropathy, are awaiting the results of both @fredjan2016 and @lorirenee1 both of whom have recently had stimulators inserted, and I will add you to the people that we will want to follow closely the progress of. We hope for your sake as well as our own that you ultimately have a very successful outcome with this. I am so sorry to hear about your travails with this new device. Hopefully these devices will start to become generally successful and as they install more of them they will become a lot more proficient at it and there won't be issues such as you have been having too often. I must say that I admire your courage in going through all of this. You and all of the pain sufferers whose posts I read seem VERY brave! Best of luck and anything you can post in the way of progress will be most appreciated. Thanks, Hank B.
Can you share why doctors think the Nalu is better than Stimwave? Did your Nalu work out?
Doctors are every bit as human as any of us, Sandy, though there are the few who think that they're God. It's surely unfortunate that you experienced their errors. I hope everything gets straightened out soom so you can start feeling the pain relief. I did a lot of waiting before my scs was implanted and turned on.
I imagine, too, that mistakes are made more often when the device is new, until the doctors and company reps have some experience with it.