The 6th & 7th; In the underside of my wrist.
The 6th of February. My arm really fucking hurts today. I don't know what it is, and I doubt I'll actually find out much tomorrow because a radiographer will need to interpret the scans.
I had a horrible dream about a child being run over multiple times, so it took me ages to get back to sleep. This morning, I wrote up a blog post, then I returned to crocheting the scarf, because it doesn't seem to make my arm any better if I do nothing.
After lunch, I listened to The News Quiz, then watched the new episode of Black Lightning while I did my exercises again. We'll see if it's the cause of my extra back pain when I get up tomorrow.
Really hope my new glasses come in tomorrow, then we can pick them up after my scans.
The 7th of February.
Well, today has been really rather good. This morning, I had my scans. Getting there was not fun - the traffic was very bad, and the car park was so rammed, it was hard to even find a place to pull over so Daddy could drop me off (Mommy had had to take Grandma to Good Hope for an echo). I arrived about five minutes before we were meant to start, but it was okay. Had to go through all the usual questions about metal in my body, then one of the techs tried to find a vein so they were ready for the injection when Andrew came. However, my veins didn't want to cooperate, so we gave up and did the MRI on my cervical spine (to see if there's a reason for the numbness in my right forearm). I got an itchy nose mid-scan, but I was able to ignore it. When I came out, Andrew was there, and he went hunting for veins. Still not very forthcoming. It got to a point where he was considering a different kind of scan, but it was a cardiac one and I didn't have an appointment there. On the fourth go, in the underside of my wrist, he got a cannula, and we were able to do the MRV. He's going to look at the pictures and see me in clinic. Pray for answers!
I rang Piccadilly to see if my glasses were ready but they won't be in until tomorrow. On that way home, we got a pretzel from M&S, now a rarity, and this afternoon, I have been crocheting the scarf again, thankfully without pain. My back has also not hurt any extra today, so in all, a win!