No, not my house.
No, not a friend's house.
This is a medical facility.
Not a lobby or waiting room.
the room where the machine sits for the
I have had MRIs for the last twenty years, Never have I seen such a well-appointed room with an MRI machine in it. Once, I was in the MRI room that was huge. I was in an MRI installed in a tractor-trailer. Well, the tractor was gone.
But, this is the first time I was in the MRI room with a home-like feeling. Usually, the décor is strictly clinical in rooms with machines. There was even a huge picture window where I could see the blue sky and watch the clouds. The sight was very soothing, so soothing I went to sleep about 20 times during the thirty minutes I was in the machine. I kept jumping as I started from my sleep. I just wish I could have slept for that 30 minute session!
My purse, cell phone, two coins in my pocket, and water bottle were deposited on the chair. I forgot a ring and the yellow necklace. As the machine started, I thought the necklace was going to hang me. The magnet was so strong that the necklace was painful as it pulled upward. That was a first! I emptied my pockets without prompting, but I wonder why she was okay for the necklace being on my neck even when I complained of pain. She did stop the machine and take it off me.
Another thing, the operator started the MRI machine while she was in the room. Then, she left the door open. Before during other MRIs, the operators were out of the room with the door closed before the MRI started.
Have you ever experienced an MRI room with furniture like this? Charlie assured me there was no plants comfy chairs, little tables when he had several MRIs this past year.