had an MIR this morning and being in that machine gave me anxiety and slight panic, I felt sick and shakey after coming out of it and when it was time for me to sleep everytime I shut my eyes I felt like I was back in the tunnel with that comtrapion over my face - it was horrible. I managed to stay still for the 20 mins it took (which felt like 20 hours) but man the amount of self talk and breathing it took and the amount of fight not to rip the thing of my face and climb out the tunnel was hard, I found out the hard way I'm claustphobic! Anyone had an experience like this and would like to share?
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