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... Positive, welcome. I don't think you're crazy, not one bit. I'm only a patient but what you describe warrants immediate medical attention, in my opinion. Have you read the "sticky posts" (permanent info posts at top of thread list) about antiphospholipid syndrome (abbreviated APS)? APS is a blood clotting disorder seen in people with lupus but that can also exist... (2 replies)
APS, Lupus, MS?
Jan 25, 2009
... etc. He discusses MS briefly in several places. ... (1 replies)
APS, Lupus, MS?
Jan 23, 2009
... se symptoms gradually appeared and it's over 6 years of docs, Lahey Clinic in Mass and so on. Also a brain lesion that is monitored yearly.There is a history of MS on the maternal side. I've had 2 positive ANAs which I assume can change is not a firm Lupus diagnosis? ... (1 replies)

... and they can look very much like MS lesions so BEWARE.. they might try and say that its MS! if they do try that one.. tell them that you want a spinal tap to confirm. ... (6 replies)
... The lesions are certainly from APS.. many people have them that do have APS. That is where the confusion comes from with MS because it can cause lesions too. ... (15 replies)
... you have symptoms of APS Because of all of that, you NEED Coumadin!! ... (15 replies)
... Dear Sandy, I sympathize with your quest for diagnosis. The only thing that kept me sane is that the symptoms did subside (with Zoloft-- so I really did start believing I was depressed). I was diagnosed via a simple blood test (ACA =anticardiolipin antibody test), by a fertility specialist (Reproductive Endocronogist) following my latest miscarriage (two months ago). ... (12 replies)
... Hi LiseesMom, I am happy you were diagnosed. I am still trying to find the root of my problems, I have posted on many boards (Lupus,Lyme,MS,Neuropathy). The reason I am responding to you is because of your "tingling sensation". That happens to be my worst symptom, I have it in my legs & feet really bad, and my arms & hands really bad. I was tested for APS and it came back... (12 replies)
... Found out who the neuro is a doc in Toronto,my sister works for a specialists clinic and she is going to see if she has any pull to try and get me in sooner, and I can't look for a new GP as there are none ,I'm actually one of the lucky ones that actually has a doctor at all ,in this pronvince. thanks for your prayers and all your support. I'll try and keep you posted. ... (10 replies)
... you. If you can't get a hold of that information, get your GP to call. IF your GP wont take good care of you you need a new one. Those of us with Lupus, APS, MS etc need GOOD GP's taht are responsible and caring! ... (10 replies)
... or more of MS patients. ... (6 replies)
... You can find info about APS in one of the "sticky posts". ... (28 replies)
... roblems, speech and memory problems, tingling sensation in arms and legs, fatigue and headaches. The only thing that is a constant is the fatigue, but I suppose APS could explain some of my neurological symptoms. I still have terrible twitching, though it is particularly noticeable in my arms and legs. ... (73 replies)
... Many of my symptoms over the last year have confused my doctors, and you actually named a few of them. MS was ruled out early on, which made the neuro issues even more puzzling. ... (73 replies)
... A person can have SLE without APS, APS without SLE, or both SLE and APS. ... (8 replies)
... Hi. I think autoimmunes can run in families somewhat, but they can be different ones. In my family, we have type 1 diabetes, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, and lupus. But I think the doctor's question makes total sense because SSA (anti-Ro) is seen in both lupus and Sjogren's syndrome. I tested positive for it but was diagnosed only with lupus. However, it is possible to have both. ... (2 replies)
... Coldtoes, I know so little about MS, but like you write, it's horribly confusing that you've had three spinal taps that showed O-bands, yet your lack of brain lesions seems to point your drs. away from MS. Have you talked to others diagnosed with MS, to ask which tests nailed down *their* diagnoses? In your shoes I'd visit my local library. (See the "sticky post" on... (7 replies)
... I dont know for sure all of the tests that were run, but I know some of them.. CRP, ESD and Lyme... I dont know if any were run having to do with APS or Sjogrens or anything like that.. all I know for sure is the bloodwork is "not good". ... (5 replies)
... d look up the Lups Nephritis, she fits all the criteria, has for awhile, and her kidney has not been functioning at a normal rate in yrs. She tested positive for APS and has Raynauds so I know that autoimmune disorders go handin hand. At one time it was thought she might have MS as they thought I had MS. ... (11 replies)
... while it's most often seen with lupus, APS can sometimes occur without lupus. ... (6 replies)


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