Susan Jacobs shares what happened when she saw her pediatrician for neck pain.
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I think I had an MRI done at the time I had two spots in my breast. One was the benign and one was malignant, and they were trying to see if there was cancer anywhere else in my body so I went in to have an MRI done. That was a little scary too. Again, it’s you know it’s the unknown. That’s the hardest part is when you don’t know what something is going to be then you, you know. But it wasn’t too bad. They gave me an IV then I think I’ve laid in this thing and put me in there and I don’t even—you know, it wasn’t too bad. I don’t remember it very well. And then, I got my results from that not too long after and my good news that it had not spread and was not in the other parts of the body. So that was an important test and I think maybe the fear wasn’t so much about the test itself. The fear was, “What if we find out it’s everywhere.”