so i took my one hour test almost 2 weeks ago.
i get a call from the lab today telling me that they had a lab error and i would need to retake it. i live out of town and so i'm meeting a nurse tonight to get the drink and then i drink it in the morning and text her and she will come to my house within an hour and take my blood. what i'm not understanding is...what could have possibly been the 'lab error'? i was given no details or specifics just that it was a lab error.
Maybe they spilled your blood or ran the wrong test and didn't have enough left to retest or just flat our lost your stuff. A lot of "errors" could happen. Sorry you have to take it again, i am nervous to take it once! (I am very picky and stuff makes me sick easily) Its really nice they are at least coming to you.
im very glad they offered to come to me as gas is high right now.
just dreading drinking that drink.
its not all that bad though, i have the fruit punch version.
and its all for a good cause so i'll deal with it.
good luck with your test in advance!
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