MRI was only mildly terrifying. It was in a new "Titan" model by
Toshiba. The machines are bigger now, more room in the tube, better air
and light then 20 years ago. I got a CD for the scans right then. It is so important to remember that you own scans you pay for and should always get a copy for yourself.
Brattleboro Municipal Hospital provided me a CD very quickly for $16.00
and also FedExed a copy to my other doctor for second opinion free. In a strange way, they are kind of beautiful.
|Screenshot of one of scores of different scans, both side of body, and top down. Healthy disks down low. Messy middle ones. |
|Close up. 3-4th disks down look darker, and pushing out to left on nerves. We'll see. |
But they immobilized my neck with pillows and a plastic contraption. And put in ear plugs, so I was pretty claustrophobic. I thought mostly of a cheeseburger I'd get when I got out. My left arm hurt a lot lying flat for 25 minutes. I feel a bit more broken, seeing the messy discs in the effected area, but I don't really know what I'm looking at. Pain in manageable, but still hurts a lot if I cough, am stressed, move my neck too much, etc.
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