After getting a big runaround for RIG at a more local hospital ("You have to have an abdominal CT scan to schedule an RIG procedure." "My husband can't breathe lying down for a CT scan for 30 minutes due to ALS. Can we meet with doc to discuss?" "You have to provide the CT results before you can meet with the doctor." "Could the scan be done in the hospital? The radiology center suggested that." "That's not my department. I don't know anything about that." "Can we ask the doctor about that?" "You have to provide the CT results before I can schedule you with the doctor." Grrrrrrrr) we are going with a PEG at the ALS Center teaching hospital. We are reading that PEGs have fewer complications but are more dangerous for patients with under 50% FVC like my spouse, I'm not sure why. Any comments on the different procedures from those who experienced them?