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susieh13 said on 03 August 2012

Just got home from having an MRI at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, and have to say, as a claustrophobia sufferer, it was not as bad as I feared. I did keep my eyes closed the whole time, as, although there was a picture to look at, I could not see it properly without my glasses, so waste of time. The noises were a bit off-putting at the beginning but I started counting to myself, but soon gave up as I kept getting lost anyway. I had taken a Diazapam before I went, so I suppose that did help. All in all, not too bad, and I would not be so scared next time.