Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Long day.

It was a long day today. We had to wait for an extra hour and a half for Maizey's appointment today. It turns out the doctor was called to the emergancy room for a while and it threw is schedule off. Oh well, it happens. The proceedure that was ordered for Maizey was pretty invasive... I didn't quite catch the name of it, but it was something to do with a catheter and radiation. Because she never had an ultrasound the doctor decided not to do the proceedure and instead ordered an ultrasound. We will have to go back to the hospital for that. They said it could take 8 to 10 weeks to get in for that! Wow! He said that because Maizey has had no other indications of a problem, he's not worried and that it was likely a fluke uti.
I'm thinking of starting another blog. Just to post a few things that I don't want every random to read. I haven't decided yet. Let me know if you want to be put on the list of invited readers if I do. I can't say I'll be posting there often, but just when I have something a little more personal. I'll continue to post here the everyday kind of stuff. And will indicate here if there is a new post there.
Maizey waiting for the doc.

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Stacey said...

That's lousy that you had to go there and wait all that time for nothing. It does seem funny that they make a big deal out of one single UTI.

I would love to be invited. Email is stacey_bourgeois@hotmail.com

tmaddy said...

My son had to have that test. They are looking for enlarged kidneys with the ultrasound. If they are enlarged, they will go back and do the VCUG to see if urine from the bladder is traveling back up to the kidneys. (Urine reflux) It can be pretty serious, we ended up in the hospital with a 105 fever! Pretty scary! Hope everything works out!

Shannon said...

Glad to hear it was probably just a one-time thing. Kim's cousin's daughter had reflux (what tmaddy was saying) too but she outgrew it.

I would love to be on the reader list for the new blog too. shannonhancock@rogers.com thanks!