My question that I have a condition called nf2 and because of it I have to have an MRI every year one of my head n one of my spine but I'm worrying because by the time my appointment comes up in January ill be around 20 weeks and I was wondering would an MRI that long hurt the baby? I had to have an MRI of my head when I was 6 weeks. pregnant with my son n he turned out fine, I have to do the appt just done wanna hurt the baby
A lot of place wont see you unless its life threatening or if they find you to be far enough along because the radiation can be damaging to baby's growth process especially if it is on your spine and so close to your placenta and other female parts you should call and ask them if they are even comfortable doing it
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