This is Dr. David
I would trust your pulmonologist and your primary care doctor
you don't need to bring your sleep apnea machine to the MRI scan.
at the hospital they have pure oxygen and masks and if you need to be in intubated to help you breath, they can do that at the hospital.
hopefully you can just have some conscious sedation with your MRI scan and sleep through the procedure.
if you were put under for your colonoscopy and endoscopy procedure and you didn't have problems with your sleep apnea, I would not stress about that for your MRI scan.
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