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... mineral deficiencies and mental health issues that can cause the same symptoms as those seen in MS. MS is a diagnosis of exclusion, so all of those other things would need to be ruled. ... (9 replies)
... sat in her pelvic girdle and some of her nerves became fused to the girdle. It took her well over 2 years for this to be healed. Hormonal changes can continue as hormones present or produced during pregnancy start to shut down or taper off. ... (9 replies)
... d to one's body, emotionally charged or fatigued. I havent heard of anyone who has said that once they are in the heat, their physical symptoms get worse, unless as a result of being fatiged they become more aware of it. ... (9 replies)

... Roxy1520, As you are in Kansas, there is an MS Specialist in Wichita and at KU Medical in Kansas City. My MS Specialist is Dr. Sharon Lynch at KU Medical. She is excellent , patient, and compassionate. I would encourage you to seek out her opinion. IF you are not experiencing MS but another concern, the Clinic is co-located with many different neurological... (9 replies)
... ly my symptom's reaction to heat. Like I said, my foot and ankle get really tight feeling after a hot shower and the twitching in my left foot seems to get worse as well. ... (9 replies)
... intment for August or September so that you have one on the books or else you may be held off until the holiday time or even next year. MS specialists book fast, as their are not allot of them. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Roxy1520, Do you have a Primary Care Physician(PCP)? Have you discussed your symptoms with him or her? An Orthopedist has said your reflexes are normal but have you had a basic Neurological exam? Your PCP can do a Neurological exam. If a Neurological exam and MRIs are normal it would be highly unlikely to be MS. It is very rare to have MS and yet have a normal... (9 replies)
... My reaction, speaking as someone whose MS was diagnosed 36 years ago, is that your symptoms don't point to MS but I'm not a medical professional. ... (9 replies)
... It is simply too early to negate MS as a possibility, BUT you are progressing in the right direction. I would encourage you to ask that an MS Specialist review your MRI images. ... (9 replies)
... So I fit the demographic for an MS candidate (white, 26 year old female) but can't figure out if my symptoms align with MS. I've currently put testing on hold since I won't have insurance until August but I'm curious to see what those of you who have MS think about my symptoms and/or testing (or those of you who are going through similar experiences without a diagnosis. Here... (9 replies)
Brain MRI
Jun 19, 2016
... Fixing the bite should help with certain symptoms. Once you know what symptoms have been helped, you can focus on the remaining ones to get an answer as to your diagnosis. ... (12 replies)
Brain MRI
Jun 19, 2016
... in order to solve all my complaints. I already had the spams in my neck before the operation and also the digesting problems. I have been diagnosed with tmd and as the splint helped but not fully the orthodontist thought fixing my crossbite could help fixing my problems. ... (12 replies)
Brain MRI
Jun 19, 2016
... hearing and examine your ears with an otoscope. There are tests involving throwing you back suddenly on the examining table and pouring ice water into your ear, as well as electronystagmography and the brainstem evoked response test, that diagnose balance problems originating in the vestibular system. ... (12 replies)
Brain MRI
Jun 19, 2016
... When you mentioned having had your bite fixed, that must have been a fairly involved dental procedure but it sounds as if you've checked out the possibility of dental problems. ... (12 replies)
Undiagnosed
Jun 16, 2016
... Jen2862, Regarding B12 deficiency, possible causes include: 1. Atrophic gastritis, in which your stomach lining has thinned 2. Pernicious anemia, which makes it hard for your body to absorb vitamin B12 3. Surgery that removed part of your stomach or small intestine, including weight loss surgery 4. Conditions affecting the small intestine, such as Crohn's disease,... (5 replies)
Undiagnosed
Jun 16, 2016
... MS symptoms do not "come and go". Some of your problems might be the B12 deficiency. The cause of that deficiency could be a root cause of your problems as it is an MS mimicry. ... (5 replies)
Undiagnosed
Jun 16, 2016
... I am still seeing the 3rd Nero. I'm in Ontario so it takes forever to get any tests done. I had the EMG on my left leg yesterday and was told it was clean. As I said if I'm focusing on my foot I can still lift and lower it. ... (5 replies)
Undiagnosed
Jun 16, 2016
... It sounds to me as if you haven't seen any neuros recently even though you mention seeing 3 of them in the past. ... (5 replies)
Undiagnosed
Jun 16, 2016
... There are over 400 known MS mimicries in addition to MS. As to those symptoms you shared, indeed they are symptoms that MSers might encounter, but there are no symptoms exclusive to MS. ... (5 replies)
Ms?
Jun 15, 2016
... or somewhere in between. Mine is rather mild and as I said sometimes its there and sometimes its not. ... (26 replies)




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