How was the repeat MRI? The pulling and fluttering sensation may be caused by a variety of issues. If there was no metal present, this could be due to neurological as well as muscle spasm. If this persist, additional diagnostic tests may need to be done to determine the underlying cause. Take care and do keep us posted.
There was no problem at all this time. I am not a Dr. but I tend to play one when things come up I can't find an answer to. I wonder if it could have been nerves misfiring. I do have essential tremor. But, all is well thank you for your time.
I had an MRI last night and felt the EXACT same thing. It was so weird! I could feel a tugging sensation that seemed to move around my head. Everyone keeps saying that it was all in my head, but I felt it a couple of times, and I have read several people online describe the exact same thing.
I felt the same thing yesterday. Just at the end of the belly scan. I could feel fluttering and pulling somewhere near my liver, slightly below. It got me a bit scared as that's the problem area I went in to check. I'm waiting for my doctor to get back to me to discuss it in detail.
Well in terms of chemistry, metals are in ALOT of things. The only one that comes to mind that is magnetic would be iron. Our blood is iron based. I'm not sure if it's possible, but is it possible you could have pooling of blood from ulcers or something similar that is causing an increase in sensation? I still have part of a lead bullet in my right leg, but my last MRI didn't leave me feeling anything. I was told that lead is bad for viewing structures under it, but inert to magnetism. I wouldn't bet my life on it, but I assume the doc was correct.
tags: magnetic peripheral nerve stimulation, MRI Magnetostimulation
I had an MRI today and had to stop it because it felt as if my teeth were being pulled. I was not anxious at all and I was comfortable. The first time it happened it startled me but when it happened again I had to stop it. My teeth were bothering me for a short time after.