Dangers of MRI Contrast

Request your MRI without the contrast. Not only is it safer but it will be about 10% less expensive. The contrast agent is called GBCAs (gadolinium-based contrast agents) or gadolinium. As of yet, there is not a safer alternative available. The contrast is causing gadolinium toxicity.

The FDA says to "limit GBCA use to circumstances in which additional information provided by the contrast agent is necessary and assess the necessity of repetitive MRIs with GBCAs."

The medical folks say that the contrast will be flushed out in your urine, and that the MRI will not be effective without contrast. It is their standard push. It's a lie and the reality is showing something different. It's basically heavy metals that are leaving deposits in the brain.