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  1. 31 minutes ago, CHILLIN said:

    Of course, I would never really want a colonoscopy either. If you want gold medal results and diagnosis that means Banuelos in Guadalajara. Especially for kidneys, heart and liver. Eye,nose and throat is another Guadalajara specialist. Hospital San Antonio is good for exrays only - at this time anyways.

    Thank you. I have a call into them


  2. 6 minutes ago, happyjillin said:

    My CAT  AND MRI'S were just fine at SATH according to my doctors and so where the write ups by the Radiologists. No need to go through the hassle of going to Guadalajara. Anyone under 40 looks like a high school kid to me.-SNORK!

    May I ask what the CT scan cost? And di you have a dye injected? Thank you kindly


  3. I rather not go into GDL and thought about the san Antonio Hospital/ I have heard stories bad and good about the MRI and it being old and issues with the radiologist who reads the scans. How About the CT scan machine? I am getting conflicting prices. I only need a scan on my kidneys. They set me to a desk and behind it looked like a high school kid was sitting, She looked on the computer said it was 4100 pesos. Got me a printout. Tried to double-check because of what I have read, so far , nothing. ANy help would be appreciated


  4. On 1/17/2022 at 3:18 PM, Eric Blair said:

    Looking for a CT scan of my LAD.

    I know the costs here are much greater than in Guadalajara.

    Any input appreciated.



    I had a 3d scan of my heart . black and white and color. It was amazing. Showed everything... It was at CID diagnostics and imaging. Well worth the 15,000 pesos. Next door to San Francisco Assis hospital. .... https://blogs.chihealth.com/3d-heart-model-gives-cardiologists-most-accurate-picture-of-blockages/

  5. On 10/22/2021 at 7:28 AM, Fred Habacht said:

    It had been many months since I visited the Jocotepec Thursday Market and here are my views and findings:

    Most of the fresh food and fruit vendors have stopped coming, no gift ware stands are left, no watch or clock repair tables, no pet supplies at all and fewer new clothing tables/booths ...the market space has shrunk by ⅓ and the spaces for mini-bazaars have increased.  The used clothing booths now comprise at least half the spaces. Parking is easier as traffic is much lighter.

    I doubt that I will return. Your opinions may differ.

    It used to be vibrant.. what happened?

  6. 13 hours ago, pappysmarket said:

    The only decent board for PV was discontinued by Rick and Sarah several years ago. Yes, plenty of realtors and in fact you will probably need one if you wish to view many properties. Pay your money and take your chances. They only make money if you buy through them so they have a huge incentive to "help" you buy.

    I have a decent one  and he has given me access to the PV MlS that the realtors use. Lots of investors are buying many units at a time so inventory is low. This agent has contacts with builders and contractors. I am going to PV in a week or so to see condos that haven't hit the MLS yet.


  7. On 12/18/2020 at 7:35 AM, pappysmarket said:

    We used to live in a building named "Torre Lirios"  with 12 units. Great views and probably still in your price range. Check and see if any units are listed and if so, have a look.

    Manager is Adriana and she lives nearby and usually onsite in the morning. Near Old Town with access off the highway just before the tunnel.

    it has really turned into an Airbnb building. I am looking around the corner on Allende. May have something there. How did you like the neighborhood?


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