My pain doctor is an anesthesiologist. I think most CA doctors are anesthesiologists. That may be the reason
I'm having IV sedation.
It's difficult for me to lay on my back for a long time but my pain doctor doesn't know this. He doesn't know
much of anything, really.
PaLady, I don't see how they are going to keep the IV going while I'm in the tube. Someone mentioned
that I might get the sedation BEFORE I go into the MRI.
Maybe this is all a great hoax. Maybe they want to give me an incentive to go there and get the dam
MRI. When I get there they'll say, "So solly, Mrs. Neckpin, we thought you was someone else and there
ain't no orders for you to get IV sensation." hmmmmm .......
My doctor freaked when I showed him that the pain was in the rotator cuff area. Now I think he thinks
that I have something more serious than I do have. He thinks I have pain in my neck and back. Susie/
Straydog says that shoulder pain can be caused by neckpain. So I'm not tooo worried. I hope he doesn't go
through with all the ordering of tests he's planning on. He may think he missed something. Eh?
Oh, what can a creative tiny mind come up with next?
Uh, bet you can't say "anesthesiologist" real fast five times.
Post Edited (Pamela Neckpain) : 3/13/2009 8:29:25 PM (GMT-6)