I had my fourth MRI today. Since the other doctors I saw didn't scan my thoracic spine, the new neurologist I'm seeing wanted to complete the picture.
They gave me a disk of the images they took today, but to me, they didn't turn out too well. They're very grainy and hard to see, and instead of doing an upclose look at my spine, they did more of a long shot of my entire upper body.
If anyone can see anything on this MRI, I'll be surprised.
By the way, I had told this second neurologist that I have claustrophobia and needed a Xanax. She never called it in to the pharmacy for me. So, I ended up taking a Lunesta and a Zanaflex, which always make me sleepy. I barely remember the scan at all.
I hope this is the last MRI I have to have, but I have a feeling it's not.
Meanwhile, the muscle spasms are still making walking difficult, and the fatigue over the last few days has reached critical levels. The Pamalor that this neurologist prescribed isn't doing anything, and neither is the Flexaril I'm taking.
Oh to find a doctor who can put all the pieces of this puzzle together and help me get my life back again!