Selly Oak CT Scan

Today I went for my CT scan at Selly Oak, having consumed my bottle of contrast fluid 24 hors before.

It was all fairly straightforward, it just takes a while to complete. On arrival I had to drink about a litre of squash that had another contrast agent in it. I had to do this slowly over the course of an hour.

Then once in the scan I have yet more contrast injected into a vein in my arm and the scanning processes itself takes about 20 minutes. So what with travel and all it takes up most of the day.

The results will be available in a week or so and hopefully show I've had a good response to the chemo and don't need any more treatment before September and the transplant.


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