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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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    3 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.
    4 days ago
  • LINDA!
    Wishing you good results from the MRI.
    4 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
    4 days ago
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