I mean that it is not OK for the tech to say that to someone who just had a scan. It could be interpreted as just a harmless sentiment. It could also be interpreted as ominous. Tech's are absolutely not supposed to say things like that to patients.When you say “not ok” do you mean A) something was found B) not acceptable and shouldn’t have been said.
I especially love this part, as it's so damn true. Oftentimes when someone "gets over" a fear (and they have anxiety disorder) it never truly goes away, it just falls by the wayside. It can crop back up any minute, because they're still aware of it. I figured this out over the years, not only through my own experiences, but also while observing others on all the forums.Once an idea is planted in the mind of a susceptible person it sticks. Suppose I told you you have Mississippi swamp fever! (Don't look it up, it's not there), and all the symptoms involved. I have planted it in your vulnerable mind and you begin to feel the symptoms. The mind is so much more powerful than we imagine. Medical words only have a meaning for someone trained in medicine.