I have my MRI in the morning (following treatment end on 27/12). The time has actually gone by quite quickly. Although it's routine and I'll simply go in, get my scan and come home, I feel quite nervous. The last time I lay in that scanner I had literally just been told I had cancer (4 hrs before). I remember being really alarmed at how noisy the whole process was too! I know I'll also be searching the MRI operator's face for a sign of what my scans reveal...I'm guessing the image is in real time and they can interpret it right away or is this not how it works? Can they give you any clue if you ask them? My official results appt is 9/4 so have accepted I will be waiting until then to know anything. My consultant didnt examine me at 6 week check so I literally have no idea about "progress". I also saw him last week about a few "issues" and he was non -commital and said he prefered to wait for my scan pics. I suppose I know that this is the last step before D Day and I just have mixed feelings about everything right now. Just wanted to write this down if that makes any sense? Just wish my results were sooner than 9th but am nearly there now so just need to keep my nerve.
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