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... I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in June 2007 when I presented with weakness and pain and numbness in my upper right leg. I had a brain MRI which showed a few small lesions. But to quote my neurologist, "the spine is where all the action is. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, my husband recently had a brain MRI after experiencing double vision and headaches at the back of his head down into his neck. He was told he likely has MS and we have an appointment next Monday with an MS certified neurologist. ... (6 replies)
... With a relapse, symptoms for MS do not come and go throughout the day or week. ... (6 replies)

... The CNS is the Brain and spinal cord nerve bundle. The PNS is from the spine attachment and spreading outward from there. The pain might be perceived at points when the lesion on the CNS is the cause. ... (6 replies)
... Peripheral neurpathy means that the network which transmits information between the central nervous system and the brain is damaged. Since MS is a disease of the central nervous system, yes you can have both MS and periperheral neuropathy. ... (6 replies)
... for 5 months and that does not appear to be doing the job for her. She is now seeing lesions on the other side of her brain rather than where it was originally. ... (1 replies)
... Your doctor in France is incorrect. Lesions do not disappear. The scars are with you always. Some are "absorbed" and leave "black holes" in the aftermath. ... (8 replies)
... Early February 2013 during a trip in Asia I started to feel brief episodes of unsteadiness and loss of balance. ... (8 replies)
... HI there. Welcome to health boards and we are happy that you joined us! ... (6 replies)
... Black holes indicates permanent damage in that area. The more lesions you have the more black holes you could possibly have which leads to brain atrophy. ... (8 replies)
... White spots, always show up on MRIs, and like dogsbestfriend stated, they do not always mean MS.... ... (4 replies)
Brain lesions
Apr 7, 2006
... have been stripped of their myelin, an insulating fatty protein. Lesions tend to be randomly distributed in the CNS white matter. ... (1 replies)
... So I'm new here and terrified right now to be honest. ... (12 replies)
... mineral deficiencies can cause symptoms such as those seen in Multiple Sclerosis. ... (9 replies)
... remitting MS and can have it forever. Not everyone progresses... ... (8 replies)
... The ANA is what has me the most baffled. Because it was positive also during my pregnancy, and then negative for 4 years, and now positive again for the first time. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you for thinking of me, but when it comes to Multiple Sclerosis, my numbness isnt fixable, unless they come up with a way to regenerate nerves. ... (20 replies)
... in this case, no lesion will be present. Instead, the optic nerve gets inflammed for any number of reasons including viral infection, head trauma, eye injuries and lots of other reasons. ... (2 replies)
Relapse Ending?
Apr 30, 2012
... So an update....no the relapse is not ending. My control freak of a brain, lesions and all, is going to take it's sweet time learning to cope with this. ... (25 replies)
Lesions
Apr 5, 2012
... k, the more I look into this the more interesting I find the whole thing. I think you're right that MS should be possible to dx without imaging being necessary, and the more I read about it, the more it seems possible by the revised McD criteria from 2010 with two "clinical" lesions and attacks. ... (13 replies)


Associated Tags: lesions, migraines, multiple sclerosis, optic neuritis, relapse, specialists, stroke, symptoms, vision, waiting

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