I was in the machine for about 25 minutes. Every so often she would talk to me through the intercom informing me how long the next set of scans would take. She was right when she said it was loud. Through the earplugs it gave me a headache. The whirring and clicking of the machine was not fun at all. I was so ready to get out of there. After she finished all of those scans she took me out and put an IV in my arm. She injected me with something that is supposed to show up as contrast on the scans. I was feeling a bit woozy because I am deathly afraid of needles but I had no choice. She took out the IV and then put me back into the machine for another 10 minutes of scans. These ones seemed so much worse because I was hypersensitive to the situation now due to the IV. Really really hate those things. That was that and I was a free woman. I went back to the dressing room changed my clothes and went out into the lobby where Mark was waiting and Marian came back and picked us up.
I'll let everyone know what the results are when I get them but as of now I don't think its anything serious because they didn't freak out. I suppose that is a good thing right? Obviously, I have a brain because they saw something on the screen. :) Another plus! I'm so glad Mark was there even if he couldn't go in with me it was comforting knowing he was there waiting. It was a kinda scary experience and it left me completely exhausted afterward so we came home and Mark made dinner while we watched the BYU basketball game on TV. We were too tired to go to the game. BYU won and I am looking forward to the BYU game against SDSU game tomorrow. Go Cougars! Well that's the update... I will keep you posted.
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