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    Default going for mri

    gonna get it dine at 2:50 a.m.

    Cant wait. I'll be home just as the birds start waking up. lol

    The, sleep away most of the day.

    Ahhhh life is grande.

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    Why the unusual hour? Is it a big emergency? Good luck to you. I tend to drop off to sleep in an MRI but that's not a good idea because you might move accidentally in your sleep, I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agate View Post
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    Why the unusual hour? Is it a big emergency? Good luck to you. I tend to drop off to sleep in an MRI but that's not a good idea because you might move accidentally in your sleep, I guess.
    No Agate its not an emerg mri. The hospitals here in southern ont do the mri's this late/early so tje wait times are lessened. i have fallen asleep once or twice during mri but not today.

    I am sooop awake now, most likely cause its soo freeking cold tonigjt -8c. & of course i had a cigarette outside while i waited for my taxi.

    How are you? Good i hope.

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    Good luck for a good MRI Sandy n a good nap after.
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    How did it go?
    Love, Sally


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    Quote Originally Posted by SalpalSally View Post
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    How did it go?
    Did they at least give you headphones so you could listen to music?
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    I could never sleep thru an MRI. Too many noises that the headphones didn't shut out. Sounded like a hammer drill and temple bells to name a few sounds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frog42 View Post
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    I could never sleep thru an MRI. Too many noises that the headphones didn't shut out. Sounded like a hammer drill and temple bells to name a few sounds.
    Amen!!!!!!
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    There are a few advantages in having hearing loss, and that is one of them. But the way the table jolts you does tend to keep you from staying asleep if you drop off even if the noise isn't a problem.
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    Sandy hasn't been back since the day of the MRI. I hope she is OK.
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