The MRI only took 20 minutes. Those machines make the worse noises ! and I had a ferocious headache. The MRI person was more then pleasant. I asked him not to bother with the music in the headset as it could never be heard over the MRI machine anyhow. He agreed.
I am claustrophobic, so instead of taking medication to relax I learned a washcloth over my eyes prior to going into the MRI machine works wonders for me. The only thing, other then the headache, that bothered me was fear of moving as I felt myself drooling ... I was embarrassed for myself. Hahaha !
Rob had to leave me there as he had a pickup to do. Once I was done with the 600 pictures !!! which the technician said hopefully they would find something, and I replied with "yes, hopefully it just isn't all in my head". When I was ready to leave I hoofed it down to the Tim Horton's coffee shop which was only a couple of City blocks away to wait for him to come collect me. We were back home shortly after midnight. I slept like a baby.
This more I was drained like beyond no tomorrow. I pushed myself to do a bit of sweeping, and of course took care of all our Aussie's needs. Then it all began with an upset tummy and running to the bathroom. I was bad I could have sworn I was prepping for another Colonoscopy again. Thank Goodness I had Imodium on hand as that is what I had to take.
By this afternoon I was out in the Gazebo and passed out on the lounge for at least a couple of hours. Rob made our Dinner, which is always appreciated.
Yesterday we had an "extra" Aussie on the property ...
When I was at the Dentist Tuesday afternoon he had spotted a red spot on the back of my throat that had white specks on it. I am now convinced this is what has turned into what I have now with the sore throat, headaches, heightened aching and bad tummy. I figured it would be a matter of time before something "got me".
Since I am tired of being sick and tired, I am off to say "hello" to my bed very shortly, Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard.