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I had a bone scan with injection after 3 MRI with dye. What effect could this have on a baby that was conceived the next day? according to ultrasound my baby was conceived September 7, bone scan was September 6th.?? I wasn't supposed to ovulate until September 14-15 but ultrasound measurements predict I ovulated September 7th-8th.
This is a really tough question, and unfortunately I don't have a good answer for you. There is definitely radiation from a bone scan. Whether or not that would have an effect on such an early fetus (and whether or not the fetal dates are correct) should be discussed with your Ob.
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