What would we do without cameras on mobile phones!
The sun is just rising as I am looking out of the window from my hospital room. It was an early start this morning as I had to be here for 7.0 am.
As a result of both my ultrasound scan and MRCP MRI Scan which showed up dilated pancreatic and bile ducts with some slush in the gall bladder I am having an endoscopic ultrasound any moment now so that everything can be looked at from the inside.
Fast forward an hour or so and I am told that everything looked normal, no stones, no dilation and no slush in gall bladder.
I think it worth a painful throat with difficulty swallowing for a few days in order to have this news.
Now I can rest and relax in bed, dozing or watching the large flat screen tv in this very nice room which includes a safe, refrigerator and sofa blus a comfortable arm chair with foot rest and DVD player until I have had some lunch and feel ready to go home. All curtesy of the new private wing of our new NHS hospital.
It was also great to be told by the consultant a few weeks ago that during colonoscopy my colon looked
Seems like time to thank all my blogging friends, amongst the many others here and overseas for their interest, care and prayers.
Will be seeing my consultant on the 6th to wrap up final details of the other bits and pieces.
It has turned very cold here with heavy snow falls in the north (10 inches) and spreading to the south over the next few days. For the moment for us it is heavy frost.
Still more to come on Cambridge