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Had MRI today

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Well, got to go for my MRI today instead of waiting for another 8 days to have it. It took half an hour and it was the longest half an hour that I have ever spent. When the tech told me that there was 4 minutes left, I thought it felt like it was 20 minutes. I almost moved my legs and said that was enough. I am not a big fan of tight spaces. I was totally numb head to toe after it was all said and done. I was scheduled for the MRI at 10am today but I was out by 10:03am. I rescheduled the follow up with the doctor who ordered it for the 25th at 9:40am. I was hoping to get it back on a week from today like I had it but couldn't. I hope that there will be a last minute opening for that day so I can get it done and over with. I have 2 appointments before my follow up. One with my lung doctor and the other with my gastro doctor. The one with the lung doctor is my typical 6 month check up and one with my gastro doctor is a new symptom that started a month ago that I couldn't figure out if I should call him or my regular doctor.

Today has been a warm day. Been staying inside. I have walked the dog around the house a few times but that's about it.
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  • THROOPER62
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    127 days ago
  • EVANS1848
    I'm with you is hard to sit through an MRI sometime you move your feet the neck or something what is the longest half hour to sit still.
    127 days ago
  • LINDA!
    Wishing you good results from the MRI.
    127 days ago
  • JUDYAMK
    I never minded my MRI"S my Mom did I had them put on classical music I just laid back & relaxed Poor Mom cannot stand to be in the machine Take care & I hope you have good news with your MRI test
    Judy
    127 days ago
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