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Crossing the Atlantic for Pelvic Congestion Treatment

by – June 13, 2019

Specialist pelvic congestion treatment is hard to find.

Lindsey Dietz from the USA found The Whiteley Clinic online. Having read about our research, Lindsey had an online conversation with Prof Mark Whiteley.

Comparing what she was being offered locally, she decided to travel to The Whiteley Clinic in the UK. Lindsey and David, her very supportive husband, came to have a full diagnosis and treatment.

She kept a video diary on social media about her travels and experiences.

Just popping on quick to give you an update from Toronto! We board our flight to London in about an hour. I hope to sleep overnight and wake up in London tomorrow morning! The Whiteley Clinic, here we come!

Posted by Lindsey Dietz on Wednesday, 5 June 2019

Lindsey and David came to The Whiteley Clinic in Guildford for a consultation with Prof Mark Whiteley:

Lindsey Dietz traveled from the USA to meet Prof Mark Whiteley in the UK for Treatment for her Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

Lindsey Dietz traveled from the USA to meet Prof Mark Whiteley in the UK for Treatment for her Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

and a Transvaginal Venous Duplex using the Holdstock Protocol by Judy Holdstock herself.

Lindsey Dietz from the USA at The Whiteley in the UK having a scan for her Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

Lindsey Dietz from the USA at The Whiteley in the UK having a scan for her Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

Having made a full diagnosis, treatment was planned. Following a full discussion and consenting process, Lindsey underwent Pelvic Vein Embolisation by Dr. David Beckett at The Whiteley Clinic in London.

Lindsey posted the following video 2 days after her embolisation:

Updating you all from London… <3

Posted by Lindsey Dietz on Monday, 10 June 2019

Five days after the embolsation, Lindsey and David were due to go home. Listen to how quickly she recovered from what is really a life-changing intervention:

Posted by Lindsey Dietz on Thursday, 13 June 2019

We all look forward to future posts from Lindsey detailing how her symptoms continue to improve following her pelvic congestion treatment.

 

 

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