Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Loud Noises!!











Last night I spent a lot of time inside this:



What better way to spend a Tuesday night after a long day at work?

I had the option to move my MRI up a week and when thinking it over this is what went through my mind:
-Tuesdays are rest days (usually, and subject to change)
--I have my authorization code so lets see if there is an opening
---The sooner I find out what is wrong, the sooner I fix it
**LETS DO THIS**

I love when things come together.


The experience itself was....interesting.

 I didn't realize how nervous I was until I was laying on the table.I tried to pretend it was a tanning bed but it was so cold and loud I could not keep calm.
The noises were the worst part.
It sounded like two robots were fighting while a plane was trying to take off.
I walked out of there with knee pain and a headache.


I should know the results by Friday.

I came home to one of my favorite dinners


Thanks to Eddie I enjoyed this big greek salad while watching the PLL summer finale.
Did any of you watch? It was CRAY!
No spoilers here, but GO WATCH THAT SHOW.




I have Power X tonight, here's hoping my brace helps me get through the workout, I'll check in later and let you know how it goes.

Happy Hump Day!





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16 comments:

  1. You, as always, have such a great attitude.
    xoxo

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  2. eek! ive never had an mri! you did a good job! i think that would be a scary experience! great looking dinner too! spalove!

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    1. i had one a few years ago for my stomach(thinking I had gallbladder issues) and that was 123095720957230 times worst either way they are not the most enjoyable experiences but worth it!

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  3. I always thought an MRI sounded like edgy industrial music. Some places now let you bring an iPod and listen to your own music, but I think you would have to crank it up LOUD to hear anything. I hope the results show something that will heal quickly!

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    1. that is a good way to look at it! They did give me headphones but the volume was so low and the quality was so poor i just took them off and tried to focus on breathing. If I could have used my own earbuds/phone that would have been much better

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  4. Keep being the positive person that you are! Take good care!

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  5. Fingers crossed that your results come back normal. I can't even imagine the anticipation you must be feeling right now.

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    1. I hope so too! Until then I am doing the same thing I have been doing, just nixing the running until I feel better.

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  6. fantastic attitude. I have to be sedated to go into the MRI or CT. shudder

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  7. I have to be sedated to go into an open MRI. I had one done on my neck a year ago, and I panicked. I didn't like be clamped down to that table. Needless to say I am claustraphobic and a little bit of a control freak. Regular MRI's are not an option for me, you are braver than I am. I hope you get good results!

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  8. Those MRI's are alway challenging...hope you get some answers soon.

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  9. Okay - now I want a bigh greek salad!

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  10. I always think of HOUSE while I see those machines. Sending best wishes and dinner looked yummy.

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  11. Hope you get some answers soon. I can totally see why you'd have a headache if it was as loud as you described. Glad that parts over for you.

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