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Brain MRI
Jan 19, 2017
... michelle936, have you had any type of blood work to check for an autoimmune illness? any positive ANA work? or have you had any back issues? maybe there's a nerve being pinched in your spine which can cause a lot of numbness and tingling too. I hope I'm not rude by asking if you've given birth naturally? because I read somewhere that Drs. are not as careful with woman when... (3 replies)
Brain MRI
Jan 19, 2017
... e you are seeing a MS specialist to rule out or dx MS...not all neurologists work with MS. And, MRIs are usually done every 6 months during the diagnostic phase, as they can change from week to week. A year old is a really long time to go without a new MRI if you are presenting with neurological symptoms. ... (3 replies)
Blurred vision
Jan 15, 2017
... talegonebad, :wave: Welcome As has been shared, 15 minutes would be very unlikely to be MS. MS symptoms are those which usually persist for 24+ hours. Blurred vision can be the result of blood pressure or blood sugar too. Optic neuritis is a standalone condition or it can be a subset of MS. Optic neuritis affects about 20% of MSers. I did not have optic... (8 replies)

Blurred vision
Jan 15, 2017
... hi snoopy, thanks for taking the time to reply!! they did check my optic nerve which was clean, yes. i asked them..could it be cos i was staring at my laptop for 3-4 hours in the dark? (i had a bad day so i was just staring for hours there lol) and they said no..its either stroke aneurysm or ms. they even asked me to abstain from any activity in case the aneurysm bursts?? (my... (8 replies)
Blurred vision
Jan 15, 2017
... Blurred vision can have several causes that are not serious such as dry eyes, looking at a computer, cell phone, TV, ect. for too long, being tired, reading, and more. ... (8 replies)
... Hi there. Your story is amazing...a neuologist asked you how much you had to drink? Unless you actually were drinking, thats unheard of. As for your symptoms, to me, this does not sound like MS although it does sound neurological in nature..and that being said, you cannot rule out MS altogether until you have had proper testing done by a MS specialist. Can you get a... (5 replies)
... Based on those things you have shared, you could have many different causes. Neurontin can cause difficulties. If an OTC such as ibuprofen works for you, there is less likely the possibility of MS. There are over 400 known MS mimicries, BUT MS is still a possibility. ... (5 replies)
... toe walk and immediately said to stop and sit down as I was going to fall. ... (5 replies)
Possible MS?
Jan 13, 2017
... A MRI center, not connected to a hospital, is just as good and as you have found they are cheaper. ... (11 replies)
Possible MS?
Jan 13, 2017
... but if so, no worries. Go to the cheapest place as long as they have at least a T2 machine and its a closed MRI! ... (11 replies)
Possible MS?
Jan 12, 2017
... As far as I know the protocol for using MRIs in the case of MS is a closed MRI. However, I am aware of an open MRI being used and lesions detected. ... (11 replies)
... I am kind of concerned, and I am not sure if this could be accurate. Not sure if mine are presenting as MS or something else. ... (11 replies)
... someone who has seen it all and worked with every patient who presents such as you described to get to the bottom of this. ... (11 replies)
... Aging and migraine lesions differ in size and typical shape versus MS lesions. An MS Specialist can help decipher your lesions. Many MS mimicries can present as you have presented. ... (11 replies)
... The "MS Hug" isn't exclusive to MS. What is referred to as the "MS Hug" is actually muscle spasms of the intercostal muscles and many things can cause it. Anxiety can cause chest pressure and pain. ... (11 replies)
... hots of B12 and in the last blood test its now showing high. So I know that is not the problem. I also have thyroids problems but I am taking medication for that as well. everything else came back normal. ... (11 replies)
... It is always possible you don't have MS. As I said previously many other things would need to be ruled out. Did your Neurologist do blood work? ... (11 replies)
... mineral deficiencies and mental health problems. All of those other causes would need to be ruled out as part of the diagnostic criteria for MS. ... (11 replies)
Phantom Wedgie
Dec 29, 2016
... Abnormal sensations are perfectly normal when having MS, these are referred to as sensory symptoms and yes, they are nerve related. ... (2 replies)
... d it is the only description i've found that sounds exactly like what I experience with the pain in my ribs, and sometimes generally across my midsection, almost as though my shirt or bra is too tight. ... (5 replies)


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