I just got out of an MRI on my right knee about an hour ago and it was such a strange feeling. I've had 2 other MRIs on my knee before and NEVER felt the machine, but this time I felt the electrical feeling others have described. It was not painful, but felt like a TENS unit hooked up to my whole body while the scan was being done. When the machine would switch of between scans I felt fine and each scan felt different, with some being more tolerable than others. The feelings would go through my whole body and would kind of pulsate with each section taken. Very strange that there's not much out there online other than this thread..View Thread
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