I started my day at 3 a.m. with a shower and getting ready for an arrival time of 4:30 a.m. for a MRI with a half hour drive from home to the hospital. Now you know the arrival time is early when you have to buzz Security to let you in an American hospital. Too often they are more than willing to take your money for the testing. Our big hospitals here schedule tests 24 hours a day 7 days per week to get the tests done. I have a habit of getting assigned graveyard shift (12 a.m. -6 a.m.)

I remembered most things but kind of forgot a few important things. With MRIs there is always a form to fill out regarding pain, surgeries, etc. Forgot to add my most recent surgery…oops. Only kind of pertainite considering I still have stitches inside the tissue above my knee. Hopefully tomorrow I will be able to hear the test results. Waiting is never easy

Maybe tomorrow I will be able to hear the test results. Waiting is never easy. It always takes by far more time to wait than to have the actual test

I would say let’s hear it for good news. I’ll settle for ok news on this one.

8 thoughts on “MRI

  1. Before agreeing to surgery, get a second opinion. Your ortho will understand when another surgeon asks for medical records. You will have to sign an authorization for the first surgeon to send your records. Still praying…

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    1. I did. The next step is to see the orthopedic surgeon to see what they think they can do with a combination of degenerative issues, chronic and a acute issues. All occurring in my knee at the same time. Waiting on the referral for the surgeon now which shouldn’t take long to get, in the meanwhile, I feel comforted by the fact that the pain I have been feeling is not in my head. Will post more as it is explained to me in more details. ♥️ W. L.


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