I had an MRI yesterday and held still and did the dye thing too. Before the test I was just fine and walking normal. When I got up from the test my head started to shake and walking starting to feel like gum stuck under shoes and they grabbed me and helped me to a chair and my legs were too stiff to bend to sit down and my face they said was white and left side of mouth drawn, they thought i was having a seizure and I just said MS and after awhile things settled down and I was able to sit and then sat there for awhile and walked out of the hospital and drove home. They wanted me to go to the ER and have somone drive me home. Everytime I have an MRI my head starts to shake afterwards and legs not right. Does this happen to anyone?
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