Scanning tumor in abdomen
Brain - due to high prolactin levels and possibility of a tumor in the Pituitary
We will be in MRI for about 4 hours and then recovery. As long as Haven does not have any respiratory issues and keeps her O2 above 94 she will be released. Normally her MRI is about 2 hours and it takes about 1 hour for her O2 to climb back up so I'm a little concerned with being under anesthesia this long. It may take a few hours for her O2 to get to a stable point.
Our hope is that tumor in the abdomen is still stable and has not grown and that there is no tumor in the Pituitary.