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Topic # 110884 17-Oct-2012 23:48
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Hi

have any of you fine folk undergone DBS (Deep Brain Stimulation)?

No this isn't an offer to join a new thought-control experiment but a serious question about a legit medical procedure.

muchas gratis


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  Reply # 702726 17-Oct-2012 23:55
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Yes.

The rod is temporarily implanted my brain







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  Reply # 702733 18-Oct-2012 01:02
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Was it for PD (if you don't mind me asking)?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 702739 18-Oct-2012 06:18
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Sorry. I thought you were joking. I dont hv the rod in my brain.

I also dont think many of this was done in NZ.





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  Reply # 702741 18-Oct-2012 06:31
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Vibrator stuck in the ear?



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  Reply # 702761 18-Oct-2012 09:01
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haha no worries. 

 I am getting my battery operated brain next month that's why I asked...

"We have the technology. We can rebuild him."

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  Reply # 702779 18-Oct-2012 09:58
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Be interesting to read how this works out for you.
(I assuming in your case this is PD)



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Reply # 703229 18-Oct-2012 21:49
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Unfortunately yes, for Parkinson's. And after I get thru the surgeries I'll update progress.

After all, nothin' geekier than being part robot Tongue Out

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