Bone scan seemed ok. I knew I wouldn't be kept waiting as the radioactive clock was ticking. It's a pain being a physicist some times....took my Geiger counter along.... normal background radiation is around 20-30 counts per minute. My highest reading was 15,500 cpm! And the counter maxxed out at 165 micro Sv/HR.
Total dose getting to 1000 micro or 1 mSv....which is about right. Around 3 years worth of background radiation in one day. Or the equivalent of 200 chest x-rays in one day
Luckily with a half life of just 6 hrs, it'll all be gone soon.
They took a lot more pix than usual, 2 at 45 degree angles and a long one laterally across my chest, 🤔? Lead me overthinking the whole thing....."they've found sommit and it's not good"
Hopefully I'll get these and the biopsy results later this week.....