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    Old 10-14-2003, 04:24 PM   #1
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    Post RAI-U, I-125 radioactive uptake scan and sushi???? Ughh--did I mess up?

    If you only knew... this is so me.

    Went to take the pill for the radioactive iodine uptake test scan. When they were asking about things I'd eaten/meds they said, "Have you eaten any seaweed. My mouth about dropped open. I'd eaten freaking Sushi--probably about at least 8 little pieces of the maki that has Nori(the greenish stuff the roll the rice in) which is toasted kelp which turns out has iodine. She asked if it was it over a week ago.

    Had to think. Said on the cusp--about a week. So whatch think guys? It says ingestion of "kelp" can skew things when I googled. How much "kelp" would you have to injest and how long would it realistically stay in the body?

    Geez! Unbelievable that I'd eat like the one thing that's a no-no. :> ) Lisa

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