An Exacting day tomorrow
Our son had a bladder infection, went to the Urologist for a bladder scope, everything okay now. However-----as the son is laying on the table, he told the DR. how when he lays down in bed after being up all day he looks like he is 6 months PG. His stomach just sticks straight up in the air. So Dr. pushes on one side of the tummy, and then the other. Turns out the tummy makes waves? Just like it was a pan of water you tilted to one side and the other.
So tomorrow, Tues, Son has to have a cat-scan with contrast of his insides. Oh What Fun!!
We checked with the place doing the c-scan before we came home last week, just to be sure he could be lifted on the table, remember he cannot move. So this will be an experience he does not want, but has to have. Plus they say first c-scan no contrast, then he has to drink something and after about 30 min. back to the scan table. Him and I are not happy, but we have to find if there is a problem.
A bit irrating that most of the medical community is not set up to handle patients like our son, that cannot move by themselves.