After providing a description of the incident and all the details leading to it, the doctor took a look in both ears followed by a quick examination of my nose and throat. Once he was done with those, he decided to do a little more looking. He got out a bottle of what he called deadener and sprayed it in my nose. He said it would taste bitter, and it did. My nose and throat went numb in a matter of minutes.
He then pulled out a device with a tube on it and went on to explain how he was going to insert it down both sides of my nose and deep into the back of my throat to see if there are any problems. He proceeded with very little warning, had me breathing, making noises and panting before pulling it out and announcing that everything looks great.
While I still have a lot of congestion, things seem to be getting better. Now all I need to worry about is the next doctor appointment to see what we will be doing about the 4 mm aneurysm they discovered during the CAT scan. So much fun, I can hardly wait until next Monday.