Effect Of Consumption Of Milk Soda On X-rays?
What if drinking milk soda affects X-rays? If so, what effect is there? How many days does the effect usually occur?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. An X-ray or X-ray examination is a common examination to determine the image of the patient's body, especially in the bones and joints. So that one example of a condition that most often requires X-rays is suspected fracture.
To better understand the answer to your question, you need to know how x-rays work. First, you will be asked to stand between the machine that shoots the x-rays and the x-ray film sheets that you have been seeing as black sheets. When the x-ray is shot through your body onto the x-ray film, it will pass through tissue with different densities in your body. The denser it is, the whiter it will look on your X-ray sheet. That's why bones appear white. Less dense tissue such as fat and muscle will appear gray and when exposed to air, the result will be black.
Therefore, consumption of milk soda, or other beverages and foods does not necessarily affect the X-ray results, especially if the X-ray is something other than the abdominal cavity. For example, hands, feet, shoulders, head and chest. However some X-rays require you to fast first, so of course, consuming anything, not just milk soda, will affect the results. But it won't take days, only the reading results, it doesn't affect your body condition.
However, every X-ray examination will be done, if special conditions such as fasting are required, your doctor will surely tell you. So you don't have to worry and if your doctor doesn't say anything, then there's no taboo that you have to do. So, hopefully this is useful.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa