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    Smile "Autistic Adult Baby" & the MRI Scanner...

    Today I had my head locked still and stuffed into the MRI Scanner for 90 minutes straight at Derry Imaging PA.
    A difficult experience for an Autistic person like myself.
    The loud noises were scary.
    But, with my head restrained and locked into one physical position, to endure the experience, I took a nap.
    I did not have any plushie with me for comfort.
    I just had to be a brave little Caitian Cub to get through the procedure.
    While in the MRI Scanner, I uncontrollably filled my diaper with a lot of pee-pee.
    Anyway, I will wait for the results of the MRI Scan of my entire Upperr Nervous System.


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    Glad you came through the MRI ok and I hope the MRI provides some good news.

    I had an MRI a long time ago and even for me (I don't have any particular mental or physical problems) the MRI machine was loud and confining.

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    Yeah,

    I hate the mri...had three this year...

    Do for another next month, now that my halo brace is off yeah!

    I ask for all the drugs I can when I go...and quite often will still move some...

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    I would hate that if I had to go in there for 90 minutes, I would screaming in there to get out and extremely bored.

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    Try open MRI it a lot better and less scary as the tube your push in with normal one. The other one scary hell out me so could not do it what so ever.

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    Hello friends!
    I just got my MRI Test Results.
    They are " VERY BAD".
    In my Brain behind the "Left Eye", I have either a TUMOR or an ANEURISM.
    I have to be referred to a NEUROSURGEON.
    If an ANEURISM, if it bursts, I could die.
    Now I am a really scared "mortal" Caitian Cub.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Poohbearboy View Post
    Try open MRI it a lot better and less scary as the tube your push in with normal one. The other one scary hell out me so could not do it what so ever.
    The MRI Technician restrained my head in a contraption that seemed like the "Iron Mask" in the old Alexander Dumas Novel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelic View Post
    I would hate that if I had to go in there for 90 minutes, I would screaming in there to get out and extremely bored.
    Despite the noise of the MRI Scanner, "I took a nap".


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    I am so sorry to hear this. Either sounds very serious. I suppose you will find out which it is very soon? I'll keep you in my prayers. It never hurts.

    I had a benign tumor which had grown on the nerves in my spine. A neurosurgeon carefully peeled it off the nerves without breaking or tearing the nerves and I'm relatively fine now. There are so many things they can do for both tumors and aneurysms so hang in there. Our minister's wife had a melanoma brain tumor and they cured her using a gamma knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    I am so sorry to hear this. Either sounds very serious. I suppose you will find out which it is very soon? I'll keep you in my prayers. It never hurts.

    I had a benign tumor which had grown on the nerves in my spine. A neurosurgeon carefully peeled it off the nerves without breaking or tearing the nerves and I'm relatively fine now. There are so many things they can do for both tumors and aneurysms so hang in there. Our minister's wife had a melanoma brain tumor and they cured her using a gamma knife.
    My 54 year-old younger brother is my Health Care Proxy, and he is going to help me to get seen by the best Neurosurgeon in New Hampshire at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH near the Vermont/New Hampshire State Line. That Hospital is affiliated with the Dartmouth University Medical School. My only living brother does not want any second-rate surgical hack slicing open my skull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caitianx View Post
    My 54 year-old younger brother is my Health Care Proxy, and he is going to help me to get seen by the best Neurosurgeon in New Hampshire at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH near the Vermont/New Hampshire State Line. That Hospital is affiliated with the Dartmouth University Medical School. My only living brother does not want any second-rate surgical hack slicing open my skull.
    That sounds really good. I don't suppose you have a surgery date yet? Again, you will be in my constant thoughts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogboy View Post
    That sounds really good. I don't suppose you have a surgery date yet? Again, you will be in my constant thoughts.
    It still has to be sorted out what further tests I need, to say, image the cranial vascular system to isolate and identify the Tumor or Aneurism behind my left eye. Of course, I have double vision. Hopefully it will not be permanent.


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