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Has anyone been exposed to too many xrays and ct scans which ended up causing cancer or other issues? I'm a 32 yr old female who went through 4-5 ct scans (sinuses, neck, abdomen/pelvis) from the age of 24-28, in addition to two mri's with contrast of head/neck and multiple xrays. Now my dr wants a ct with contrast of my chest due to a chest xray showing that I had hyperluncent lung in right apex, could be related to a bulla (?) and after doing much research about radiation recently and it causing cancer, I'm not sure what to do? Thanks.
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