My other dd and I are both scedueled to have MRI this friday. It's going to be a crazy day. My dh as a doctor appointment at the other end of town at the same time my dd as her MRI. He can't drive since his seizures. So I need to get him from work to bring him to the doc and then he is going to have to take a taxi to get to the hosptal to get her at my mum with an other taxi. Then he need to get back to work. While I'm having my MRI done.
An other thing! I hate my neck right now, it makes an awfull grinning (crounch crounch crounch) every time I move it in any dirrection. It's driving me crazy!
My MRI went well. I spent 2h30 in the mri. It was done with contrast this time. And I had a serie of x-ray after.
On the other hand it didn't go well for my DD. The calming medication didn't work because she got sick after taking it. And since she as autism her sensibility is very high. I stayed by her side holding her foot (the rest of her was in the mri), but she completly paniced. The test had to be stopped, so I hope she was in it and still long enough to be able to see something!
I asked for when the results, they told more likely after christmas.
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