This may be a silly question, but I have to ask it in order to sleep tonight.
I've recently ordered an "induction" cooktop for our new kitchen.
It's in and ready to be delivered. I am holding off delivery for the following reason:
My doctor has recently suggested a trial for a neurostimulator. After trying just about everything he and I can think of to reduce my lower back pain, I am willing to give this a try.
However - I am concerned that the induction cooktop we've ordered might cause some kind of adverse reaction with the neurostimulator. My doctor's office is closed of course, until Tuesday - but I am not sure he'd know what an induction cooktop is anyway.
So - I am hoping that I've come to the right place.
Will an induction cooktop cause an adverse effect on a neurostimulator implant?
Thank you in advance,