The other thing is that you can't move. Well you aren't allowed to move. So you have to be in the same position for the entire time. Not fun. Some of the images only took 40 seconds. Some took 4 minutes. After about 1/2 hour they took me out of the machine and let just move my arms a bit, then the fun increased when they injected me with contrast. I was ever the IF patient when I asked the lady how they were going to insert the contrast without moving my pelvis. I figured I'd need a catheter inserted into the nether regions. Well oddly enough they just needed my arm. I still don't understand who they inject contrast into your bloodstream to get an image of your uterus 2 minutes later. Hopefully it did the trick. The whole process was 40 minutes of strange.
Believe it or not I would much rather have an invasive ultrasound, even the kind where you have to have a full bladder over MRI. It was just too freaky. And now I have a crick in my neck from being so rigid.
Well now I just need to do a follow up with my RE to see what she thinks of the images and how to proceed.