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Postby G'kar on October 4th, 2003, 5:18 pm

Ok, Heres a good one.

Went for another MRI friday, because the fisrt one didnt turn out like they really wanted. While laying in the machine, during a couple of scans, I had a set of muscles, on my left flank, just under the rib cage twitch and jump like crazy on exhale. Wierd!! And I dont mean twitch twitch, I mean jump and dance! Never did it before on that area, and hasnt since. Anyone else ever experience this?
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Postby Floater on October 4th, 2003, 5:43 pm

i had thousands of abdominal twitches after a liver ultrasound....for 2 days nonstop in the area where they did the ultrasound it was a strange experiance
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Postby G'kar on October 4th, 2003, 7:30 pm

Huh, it was wild alright. I was thinking, perhaps it was an induced current from the magnetic field or RF. I am going to ask the doc on the follow up. I'm not worried about it, just like to know the mechanics behind it.
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Postby Pole on October 7th, 2003, 8:06 am

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I think that this a proof that your fascics (at least some of them) are connected with stress. I'm sure that being under MRI machine you were stressed (even if you didn't feel so). IMO that's a mechanism you are looking for.

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