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Horrible reaction from an MRI - any antidote?


5 days ago I took an MRI of my feet (without any dye). Since then I have been in horrible nerve pain 24/7. I am burning, tingling, stinging, prickling all over my body. It feels like all my nerves have been fried or like I am sitting an electric chair all the time! I am 100% sure it was the MRI, I had nothing like this before that. It seems like the magnetic field somehow irritated my nervous system.

I had some EMF sensitivity before this (thats why I hesitated taking this MRI for a long time) but nothing this bad, for example I was usually able to use this computer without problems but now after 5 minutes I am burning all over. And I dont even have to use this computer or anything else, I am still burning all over all the time.

Any ideas what to do? Is there any antidotes for this kind of MRI reaction? :(

  BartonFink on 2010-08-29
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Take Phosphorus 200c/ 4 pellets, single dose.
Report the changes.
Dr.Saravanan last decade
Thanks for the reply, but interestingly it was this remedy (phosphorus d200) that I tried last year for the EMF sensitivity (it was NOT this bad as its now) and it actually made it much worse (=about as bad as it is right now) for about 6 weeks until it passed.. So I am afraid of that remedy..
BartonFink last decade
In that case, you may try the LM 1 potency of Phosphorus, which is so gentle.
Alternatively the Bach flower remedy Crab apple can be taken to nullify the bad effects of MRI.
Dr.Saravanan last decade
So that is that much more gentle than d200? I dont understand much about these potencies. Thanks
BartonFink last decade
Yes LM potencies are safer than decimal and centesimal potencies.
Dr.Saravanan last decade

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