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Can somebody tell me if I'm overreacting?
Today was my ultrasound appt - I was unsure as to why I was having an ultrasound after an MRI, so I mentioned this to my CSN. CSN said she had no idea, but would let the consultant know, and that she would get back to me. I heard nothing more of it so presumed it was necessary and went in as instructed. Subsequently, I posted on here and found out that this is routine practice; so: A) why didnt my Band 7 CSN know this? B) why didnt she let me know it was cancelled?
I turned up today. I took a day off work, lost a days pay, and a days worth of feeling like a normal person. Traffic was terrible and the car park was manic. Went to the dept and was told that the appt had been cancelled. I found this really upsetting. I called the CSN and she didnt pick up. I texted her instead. 30 mins later she responded by text - it's fine, she's probably very busy. It just felt like text was the laziest responce to an error that has cost me money, time, and normality at work. She said she was sorry that the consultant had forgotten to tell me. - I am not sure that it was his job to.
This is the first time I have really cried since diagnosis. I feel like my CSN doesnt care at all. She certainly doesn't seem to have much respect for me. Perhaps she is terribly overworked? Perhaps she is going through some stuff? She also text me at 6.30am on monday to tell me that my MRI would be discussed that day. She text me later on that afternoon to say that my MRI hadnt been processed. - I dont mind that it hadn't been processed, but why text me at 6.30am to tell me it had been?
I just feel let down, scared and sad. :(