I am still trying to get a hold of the doc for test results and maintenance meds.
The trip home was smooth and long. We didn't stop even once. Mom fed us when we got in and I took my boys home, read to them and sent them to bed.
Yesterday's MRI lasted all morning. Before they did the MRI they wanted to make sure that he was absolutely metal free, so they did a few more x rays, which I have learned to get a sneak peek of when they first come out. (it is all digital now, and all you have to do is have a good look the the computer screen when it comes up).
Then, of course they had to put him to sleep, and gave him another IV. He didn't want to wake up, but when he finally did we were out of there like a bat out of hell. We got him dressed and dropped him in the stroller and packed up and left the hotel all with in 45 minutes of him being awake.
Today I have been trying to pick up some of the balls that were dropped as the result of the long stay in Rochester. It's a slow process.