Hard to believe, 18 months post surgery! I had the MRI “ride of my life” this time. I was fortunate to be able to use a MRI that was about 3/4 of the normal length. This meant my head was out of the tube. I took some xanax to get me thru the appt. The only bad part, it was like a “carnival ride”. They kept moving me in & out of the machine just enough to make me motion sick. Ugh … I was wanting a dramamine. Not such a good appt on an empty stomach.
Then I went to my Orthopedic Oncologist appt & was left in a room for just under 2 hours with no Resident, no Dr, no nothing. I was ready to walk out. I was quite ANGRY as I was alone & lost track of time but knew it had been awhile. I got dressed, walked out to the Nurses station & told them I was leaving. The Resident came to tell me the Dr had an emergency & they had not forgotten me. By the time the Dr had come in I was too thru with all of them. Not such a good appt day overall.
The good news is all was still well … NED.