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Offline Kmj023

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Re: I actually worked up the courage to go to the neurologist
« Reply #20 on: June 12, 2014, 01:44:30 PM »
I don't know for sure, but from what I have heard they do not give results like that over the phone. They wait until the appointment. But if you do not hear anything, they might just be waiting until the appt.  If they see nothing and think you don't need to see dr they may say it looks fine. I really don't know how it works. I just don't think they tell people news like that over the phone.  You could always call to ask.
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Re: I actually worked up the courage to go to the neurologist
« Reply #21 on: June 12, 2014, 02:29:13 PM »
Do not worry bpadilla. I have seen many of your topics and know you have had a lot of the same fears I've had. Lymphoma was my worst and latest, ending a few weeks ago when I finally got an oncologist to order me an MRI of my chest and abdomen. That fear lasted 7 months and I knew I was done for. I'm not, thank The Lord. :)
When I was 19 I had an intense brain tumor fear with a stabbing sharp pain in my head that lasted two weeks. Pain meds didn't touch it. I went to a neurologist who did some basic office tests, I told her I thought it was a tumor, and she sent for off for an MRI. She didn't think I had a tumor but she could see how upset and nervous I was. I got my MRI then went back a few days later to go over the results. Nothing! No tumor. :) my head pain went away shortly after.  Never knew what is was but it wasn't harmful.
I've been sent for many a test, usually because I'm so worked up and the doc wants to reasure me. Bad habit to get into....

Btw with my head MRI, I had to wait until the appt to go over results. With my last body MRI, the oncologist called me the next day telling me the good news. Either way, whether they call or you go to the office, doesn't determine what they tell you.
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Re: I actually worked up the courage to go to the neurologist
« Reply #22 on: June 12, 2014, 06:24:09 PM »
Ally - just got a phone call from the doctors confirming an appointment. I asked the nurse if I had a brain tumor would I get a phone call before the weekend? She confirmed yes, he would call me. So if I can make it to Saturday morning, I think I'm in the clear - at least I hope so.
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