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    dozzi posted:
    Had my MRI Monday started calling Thursday for results, finally talked to a receptionist Friday. my report was there doctor will call me later in the day. Never did, now I have to wonder all weekend whether its good news or bad, this is not right to make me go though this I'm pissed
    lisatru62 responded:
    You had an MRI for what? Hope it's not serious. I hate waiting for results also. Sometimes that's the worst part.

    dozzi replied to lisatru62's response:
    I have numbness in my hands and arms had a emg done was told it was nerve damage so I had a MRI of my neck that 1 spot when the damage is and my right elbow I'm calling the doctor tomorrow to get the results for sure
    lupylisa44 responded:
    Waiting is very frustrating!!! Have you gotten the results back yet? Good news or bad news?

    My rheumy now has a "Patient Portal" where all labs, message and tests results are posted when they are received so you don't have to call to get results you can just go online and look at them.

    Let us know what you find out!

    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
    dozzi replied to lupylisa44's response:
    I have nerve damage in my right elbow and neck so that's is why I had a MRI there is no problem affecting my spine he said its arthritic that's where I stand now I see the Doctor in november

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