I was wondering if its ok to have an MRI scan taken as im ttc...its for my back ache...the doc wants to see whats really the matter with it as i have severe back pain...and has been there for awhile...so that he can treat me accordingly so i don have any problem with the growing belly....
I know when I took my 14 yr old for an MRI, they asked if I was or think I might be I would have to wait outside. Which I did because I'm 22w3d. If you know for a FACT you are NOT already preggo, you should be find.
A MRI is ok to have as long as you are in your second trimester, if you are not sure you are pg, or might be I wouldnt do it. I have to get them quite frequently for my back, and I am 23 weeks pg, we waited until I was safely in my second trimester for the last one. So be sure you are not pg, before you go into it. good luck ttc
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