|And you can't see the ones on my chest, legs |
But we got there, checked in, and waited.
Then a technician came and took us to a room, and we waited some more.
They put a hospital bed in for me, so Mom got to sleep in the double-bed. I got in it, and they hooked me up to all sorts of sensors. And then I went to sleep, sort of. I did not sleep well.
It was my first night in a hospital since I was born.
The technician was great, though. She watches you by video camera, and she heard me calling for Mom to turn on a light before Mom did.
If something was real bad, she said she'd put me in touch with the on-call doctor, but apparently it wasn't so I'll wait at least a week for my doctor to get the results. Then we can decide if I have sleep apnea.