I went in today for a Joint Arthrogram and CT scan on my bum shoulder.
Unfortunately, the cortisone shot that I got two weeks ago has given me little relief.
I was injected in the shoulder with dye and then sent in for the scan to see if there are any tears.
As I walked in, I remember thinking, this machine looks a lot like my radiation machine.
I was making small talk with the techs and soon they both started yelling, "Woah, woah, woah!"
I sat up on the table and just looked at them like a deer in the headlights.
The first tech starts laughing and says, "We're just doing a shoulder exam. You can keep your clothes on!"
Apparently, I am so used to taking my shirt off for radiation every morning that I walked in, whipped off my shirt and positioned myself on the table.
The techs looked a little embarrassed as I proceeded to get dressed so they could do their job.
It makes me giggle just thinking about the looks on their faces. Good times.
I should have results on Wednesday afternoon.
I had the techs make me a CD of the scan so I can try to self diagnose myself before the follow up appointment.
Hopefully, it's nothing. If it's something, hopefully it's easily fixed.
Take care, my friends!