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Knocking noise in head. Due to MRI?

I have began to hear a knocking noise in my head. At first I thought someone had gone into the attic to repair something. But then I realized that it was in my head. It comes and goes. Could it have been caused by the M.R.I. I had last week? The M.R.I. consisted of very loud banging noises. I had never before experienced an M.R.I. like that.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Mar 2013
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Based on details you have knocking sounds in head.this occured after MRI brain.

MRI brain cannot produce such symptoms.Hence it indicates some sort of stress which has lead to knocking noise in head.

We need to know your MRI reports, please upload it.

Consult neurologist/psychiatrist for further plan and management

Answered: Sun, 16 Jun 2013
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