It wasn’t so scary after all…


Wednesday afternoon saw me up at the Royal Victoria Hospital once more. This time I wasn’t in my usual haunts of Level 3 in the old building. It was Level 3 in the new building. For those of you who don’t know the RVH, it’s a sprawling building which has been extended and rebuilt on a number of occasions. The latest rebuild has many levels none of which line up with their counterparts in the previous build. This causes much fun.

Anyway, Andrew and I made our way up to the MRI department and I had an MRI scan. Even though I had been scared half to death (minor exaggeration there) by my Cambridge Physics Graduate Husband last week, I did somewhat enjoy the scan. It was rather noisy, but I had the Kings of Leon to listen to. It was the only choice that I heard of amongst the music.

Next test is on 18 July – EEG.

Published by Michæl McFarland Campbell

Irish, living in Co. Laois with his husband Andrew and their three cats. Also interested in first aid, heraldry, Scouting, and occasionally to be found at the organ or in a bell tower.

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