Hello and thanks for your query!
Although there is no definite evidence showing ill effects of MR scanning to the developing fetus, it is considered a good practice to avoid MR during the first trimester of pregnancy
. This is due to the possible effects of heating and electromagnetic fields on the fetus (there is no radiation
involved). The use of MR contrast materials (gadolinium) is contra-indicated during pregnancy.
Therefore, if your scan is not related to a serious or urgent condition, it is probably not to take it during your first trimester.
There is no known risk for future pregnancy.
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