I'm going in for my first ESI tomorrow morning. I have fairly high hopes, perhaps more out of desperation than anything else - I mean, life HAS to start again, right? So of course this will work...?
Anyway, I'm also terrified of needles. Luckily I'll be out-to-lunch or beyond for most of the procedure (twilight sedation), but I made the mistake of watching an informational video on ESIs and now I'm feeling a little light headed.
Anyone have advice on maintaining zen-like calm in the face of masked people in white coats brandishing dripping needles?