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has anyone ever had a full body scan and how do you trust that what's being shown is true and not a deception?

 

i'm concerned, but calmly so...i'm fine and i had shots on friday and check up yesterday so i'm totally stable

 

but i am wondering about these mystery injuries from last week or earlier in the week...and that nagging concern they've got something in me. which, right now i think the time is ripe for the expunging simply because all is quiet on the walled fronts and so i think they're lying in wait and overall inactive so if i could be certain then i could just rest, you know and put the whole neurotechnological implant fear behind me. well, maybe. but then the conundrum! how to know which technology to trust? because it's all the same sorta.

 

what if i paid extra? although if they're part of the scheme then maybe money wouldn't matter. 

 

i don't want to paint my walls and try to block things that way. i simply want a full body scan to show where the devices are. if they exist. i'll even be tentative about that. let's say "if" ...how would you know? and what if they're invisible? well...nix that last. just more how to trust a full body scan...i don't know if i could handle being in an mri machine again...maybe. but what if that's part of it? fuck i could go on and on in circles. has anyone successfully been scanned to satisfaction?

 

cheers! x

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The thing about the full body scan is if they say they found nothing out of the ordinary, are you going to believe them? From what you've indicated: "has anyone ever had a full body scan and how do you trust that what's being shown is true and not a deception?" it appears to me that you might not believe the results of the scan. You'd also be out a pretty good chunk of money because I don't know that insurance will pay for the scan. So, imo, it isn't worth it.

 

excellent question and that is kinda the conundrum of using technology to scan for neurotechnological or other technological implants

 

how do you know which technology is good and which is malevolent?

 

i don't know but yeah..i don't know how or when to believe people, much less devices. devices about devices...yeah, shit what a mess

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i wonder how much security there is around mri machines and so forth?

no, i'm NOT planning to steal one

i just mean to use one? they're not guarded really, right?

 

iv'e had one before but it was a long time ago

i don't remember police around, but they could've been

 

i don't know, that still doesn't solve the problem. fuck. 

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Just the hospital security that keeps people from wandering into such areas off the street. You have to have an ID badge or be a patient to be in those areas. The machines themselves are not specifically guarded.

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Just the hospital security that keeps people from wandering into such areas off the street.  The machines themselves are not specifically guarded.

 

yeah, that's what i was thinking

somehow the ready access seems to indicate

that it's not going to serve my purposes because if it would tell me the truth it would probably be harder to reach.

besides, it's all run by the same so called "people"

cheers though x

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I've had 4 CT scans done on my head.  

A CT scan is basically a lot of x-rays.

...It gives a series of x-ray images of the interior of what's being scanned, in layers.  

This gives doctors a more detailed look at whatever is being scanned, as opposed to one single x-ray.

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Before I read your full post, I was going to respond, "yeah, at the airport."  Not quite what you were talking about however.  Anyway, off topic.  Carry on.

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Mellifluous, it sounds to me like you're having some issues with your thoughts.  Can you call your pdoc and tell him that you're worried about implants in your body?  Because it sounds like you're having trouble discerning what is real and what is your mental illness speaking.

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No I'm not calling him tonight

It's half seven here and

That would be weird

I'll see him at appointment tomorrow

I have to keep non agitated so mostly planning to sleep as much we possible until the and ask him about scanning options

Thank you all!

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 I had two MRIs in the past few weeks, and in my hospital, you can't get into the MRI room---it's locked.  You put your belongings in a locker in a dressing room, take the key and wait in the waiting room.  The MRI person comes and gets you, and she puts a security code in the door to get in.  When I was in there, people were not coming and going freely.  They are expensive machines and no one was getting into that room without authorization.

 

I would not have an MRI unless I had a condition or injury and the doctor ordered the MRI for diagnostic purposes. 

 

olga

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i'm sorry to hear you've had to have two of them in such a short time

i hope all turned out well x

 

i can appreciate not wanting to have one done unless doctor recommended

but i really would like things sorted and as far as device identification goes

and oftentimes people push for things and turns out they were right to

 

cheers for the additional information

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