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  1. Arti says:

    The risks of X-ray contrast include nausea, vomiting, arm pain, allergy, kidney damage and leakage. All of these are rare and most are temporary, requiring no treatment or simple “first aid” measures. In those instances when metformin is discontinued, it should be reinstituted only when renal function has stabilized. The radiologist will be notified. If you are on a diabetic medication containing metformin, please inform the staff. You should discuss any remaining questions or concerns with either your referring doctor or with the staff of the Radiology Department, or read about our radiation safety. You should discuss any remaining questions or co

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