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Can a magnetic resonance imaging test have any bad effects on bady, if so, what could be such effects?

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Dr. Pierre Moeser
Specializes in Rheumatology
None proven: Though many people have claimed side effects ranging from tingling to fatigue to a change in hair color, there are no proven side effects of mris. Never the less, effects on the fetus of a pregnant woman are unknown. People with some implanted electric devices such as pacemakers may not have mris.

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