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    MRI sensation
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    tgz3byz posted:
    I just had an MRI done on my right arm and for some strange reason I felt sensations in my arm as well as numbness on my hand. Also while the test was being done I was getting very uncomfortable pain along my tailbone area. Is that a common?
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    Chris_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi and welcome,
    Please feel free to visit our Pain Management Community for some support, but ultimately you need to follow up with you doctor and share your concerns.

    Good luck, I hope you feel better soon!
    Good Luck and Good health,
    Chrissy
    WebMD Community Staff


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