I trust what my doctor wants to do. I work in the medical field registering patients and see a lot of people come for them.oldkayak said:Well, it's been quite a while (1997) so my memory is a little fuzzy... I had a CT scan and I think it was with contrast. Everything was a bit of a whirlwind at the time, but I do remember there were no side effects from the procedure.
If you are like me, you will research and read quite a lot, as you probably already know... that can be a good and bad thing. I would suggest you bring up your concerns with your doctor.
Good luck, and I hope all is well!
+1 on what kirbdoc said. Unless you have kidney clearance problems, it's fine. It feels kinda funny when they start injecting that IV contrast. You get warm all over. Very strange.kirbdoc said:I've ordered more than i can count. You can be allergic to the dye but it very rare and even then you can still do it with premedication. As long as your kidneys are ok you are good to go.
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