The technician says that his heart (and all related stuffins) are in the right place.
(He’s only making that face because the gel was cold.)
Awwww. Warm hugs to Sailor Babo. Been there, done that.
Now why is he getting an echo?
My sister has hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and when it was diagnosed, she was told all her sisters should get checked, too. So I got mine done, and SBOC wanted to get his done, too, because he thought it might be catching. The technician was delighted to do him, too.
Did you get your report back yet? I hope everything checked out well for you too.
Sailor Babo looks like he’s trying hard not to giggle.
8-10 days for my report (I just got the test done today), and I’m sure I’ll be fine. My other sisters all were.
I admire that your health care system covers Fabric-Canadians as well. Equality!
Aww, gosh. He’s so brave!
I’d hug him but he’s probably still gooey from the gel.
::high-fives Sailor Babo::
Good work, Laurie!
Pro-active. It’s a great way to keep healthy for many decades.
Nice preventative work, Laurie and SBOC!
Very important to get this done. We wouldn’t want a case of discombobulation. Or discombabolation.
The technician was not only glad to do Sailor Babo as well as me, but she even told him “This’ll be a bit cold,” like she did with me when she put the wand on him. She was great.
Aw, I hope both of your tickers are okay!
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