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... spine MRI which were deemed normal except for a pituitary adenoma. I went back to neuro. For an EMG which was normal. ... (3 replies)
... ractitioner I saw two diffrent nerologystes that didn't help me and I got no answers from them. I am at the same age like you and I finally convince my dr to get Brain MRI beacuse as you said they are expensive and doctors don't want to order them. On March 21 I had near syncope episode while I was driving. ... (7 replies)
Possibility of MS?
Aug 17, 2016
... It would probably be a good idea to have a spine MRI as well as the normal brain MRI when you see the Neurologist. ... (2 replies)

... mentioned my ongoing headaches. This made his eyes pop open and ordered a blood test for Prolactin level and a MRI with and without contrast. ... (8 replies)
Walking difficulty
Aug 17, 2016
... ng, but the statistical evidence is iffy. You could be dealing with a pinched nerve. Surrounding areas can be "normal" but the actual damage could be in your brain or along your spine. When my thighs or legs are affected by MS, the MRI has shown active lesions on my thoracic spine. ... (3 replies)
MS symptoms
Aug 17, 2016
... MS is an autoimmune disease which is in the central nervous system, the eyes, brain and spine. With this being said, there are usually a whole host of strange symptoms going on beyond numbness, which point to MS. ... (4 replies)
... 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)
... more tests are needed to rule out MS. It sounds like you only had a brain MRI? ... (7 replies)
Might have MS
Jul 27, 2016
... on your brain or spine, which are results of the body attacking itself. MS is an autoimmune disease. ... (2 replies)
... I just got my brain open MRI result that I don't understand it well. I've asked my dr to explain it but he said the neurologist will do it. But he was not that concerned. ... (15 replies)
... And thank you all for responding to my message. As I said before The neurologist that I went to didn't go over my MRI cd result in with me while I was at the office. He said that he will look at them and he will talk with the radiologist and then he'll call me personally. ... (15 replies)
... I would look for a MS specialist and go from there. In the meantime, contact the place where you had your MRI and ask how you can get a copy of the images. ... (15 replies)
... Your doctor is "old school". The questions were not unlike mine in 1982. The advent of the MRI for a diagnostic tool was just beginning. I was one of the first MSers to try out the MRI. ... (15 replies)
... Even if the MRI shows something that doesn't automatically mean it's MS. There are many different reasons for findings on MRI. ... (15 replies)
... th hands and then feet. He asked me if I could feel it. After all that he told me that he doesn't see any neurological problem with me. Then I asked him about my MRI result he said that unless he does not see the images himself and does not talk to the radiologist he can not answer my question. ... (15 replies)
... MS lesions are scars from where the body has attacked itself. More specifically, MS is a disease of the central nervous system. ... (15 replies)
... Doing more tests and check ups fears me more. I don't like close places like MRI tunnel, I also don't like to be sedated it makes me feel confused. So I am terrified to do more tests. The spinal tapping I read about it on line it was scary. ... (15 replies)
... While all MSers will eventually have lesions, not all lesions are MS related. The fact that you have lesions does not mean that you have MS, BUT the fact that you have lesions narrows the list of possible causes for those lesions. ... (15 replies)
... Let me be more clear. Having brain MRI lesions does not automatically mean anyone has MS. There is much more to consider than that. There are many, many other possibilities. ... (15 replies)
... You got me thinking. So lesions means MS. What were your symptoms. Or if you had any symptomps. Or just MRI reveled MS. Where were the lesions located at in your brain. Mine are in front. Is it possible to have lesions but not have MS. I am in shock or may be in denial. ... (15 replies)

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