The time is 7:27am. In an hour I will leave my home to go to the Radiology clinic to begin the tests for today.
At 10:00 (roughly, after all the paperwork is done) I will be given an injection of a radioactive isotope of calcium.
I then spend two hours waiting. I’m taking a good book!
At noon I have an MRI. This is the part I’m dreading.
Whenever the MRI is done — no exact time-span has been given — I will be taken to another room to have a bone-scan done. This is the reason for the radioactive injection earlier.
That’s pretty much my entire day.