Not sure I understand what you mean
Can you insert an image for better understanding?
Your printer may have asked you to not export the InDesign file as a PDF with spreads. That would make a single page out of each two-page spread, and because you likely designed the job in Reader's spreads (consecutively-numbered pages), it will be more work for the printer to impose the pages into Printer's spreads (where, for example, you might place the last page to the left of the first page in one spread, and the second-to-last page to the right of the second page in another spread). If you export without checking the Spreads checkbox, the PDF will use one page for every page in the InDesign file.
Talk to the printer and explain that you have some images that span a spread, and they will advise you on how to proceed.
Thanks y'all, I called them and when I export I just had to make sure pages was selected instead of spreads. That took care of everything!