Welp... where do I begin? To start, I finally had a follow-up appointment with my practitioner at the nearby clinic. After discussing everything I've been through along with the hospital visits, she printed a special referral for an MRI. A bit of mixed emotions coming from the news. For one, I'm oddly excited. Why, you ask? Well, it would reveal exactly what's been going on with my damn neck. Unlike a standard CAT scan or X-ray, MRIs can detail any damage done to soft tissue, blood vessels, spinal injury, tumors, ect. Plus it uses magnets instead of radiation for the scans. Like I said, it should reveal what's been truly going on inside my neck. On the flipside... That's just it: who knows what's really going on. Whatever is revealed by the scan could indicate something serious, especially with the dizzy spells, back pains, headaches, and high blood pressure. I would not be surprised if I ended up in surgery in order to get back to normal. It's a pretty scary thought, I must admit, and at the same time it would also mean attacking the problem at it's source. That said, my scan will be performed this Saturday morning at 8:30. There's no telling what's going to happen afterwords, but I'll be ready to face whatever lies ahead.
Anyways, I should get back to resting. Peace!
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