The Mechanic said he was proud that I didn't scream for them to stop. I think he's finding that I'm a much calmer mom than he thought I'd be. My reply was that I was a nurse before I was a mom... not that I don't care (I had tears in my eyes while it was going on), but when I believe the people working on my child are competent, and I believe what they're doing is for her best, then I'm not going to interfere. Now, you let one of those ER nurses near my child and let them try to stick her twice with the same needle and you're going to see a mama bear.
So now we wait. Results should be back in 3-4 weeks. This test has a 90% sensitivity... that means that if it's positive she's probably got it, especially with the clinical correlation. If it's negative... well, we continue to watch her because she might still have it. But, it's a chance at an answer.