So, some of you may remember my 1st mammogram experience (I passed out). I had to go back for a 2nd mammogram today because the results of my 1st one had an "area of density." I went into the room with the tech and informed her of my last experience and that it is a typical response for me regarding medical situations. She blew me off. I continued to tell her that I'd feel better if she had a 2nd tech or allowed me to use a chair ... she blew me off. I thought I was insisting ... she said, "you'll be fine, stop thinking about it." So, once the procedure begins, within a few seconds I can feel my fainting response revving up. So, between every squeeze (I think there were 4 views today) I had to sit down (by my own direction, not by the direction of the tech) and put my head down. I'd stand back up, get set up in the machine and feel the fainting coming on each time. Never once did the tech offer support or take me up on my earlier suggestions. She was friendly about it, just not willing to listen. Then, I had an ultrasound. That was fine, I was reclined for that ... that has always stopped my fainting response. I should know results in a couple of days.