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... Your Neurologist may want to keep a closer eye on any possible new activity, especially within the spinal cord. Spinal cord lesions can cause problems from the point of lesion down. Spinal cord lesions tend to be more symptomatic than brain lesions. ... (7 replies)
... because MS is progressive and most people will continue to get new lesions. I gave up worrying about lesions long ago because there is nothing to prevent the lesions. I focused on my triggers, prayers, exercise, hydration and optimism with avoidance of stress. ... (7 replies)
... spine MRI last May after reporting some oddities occurring in my extremities. Results were no active lesions, but old damage is there. It could be old damage or not. ... (7 replies)

... My husband's neurologist would not confirm the MS he was suspicious of from brain lesions because the spinal tap was negative. Dr recomended another MRI to confirm, but in that MRI the lesions were gone as viewed by the radiologist and the neuro. ... (8 replies)
... most of the year, and even though the infection is gone, I am still dizzy all the time. I haved episodes of severe bone pain in my legs, along with numbness. My MRI shows a 5mm lesion, which I am told could be an old stroke? ... (6 replies)
... Brain lesions can occur from any viral infection (though not every infection causes lesions). If you want to confirm MS, your neurologist will need to exclude what you do not have. When all other possibilities are excluded, then you are left with MS. Be sure you are working with a neurologist who deals with MS. And keep coming back here to ask questions. Lastly, ask... (2 replies)
... Lanahoop, yes, I've read that spinal lesions are more likely to impact mobility than brain lesions. But I've also read that the impact of brain lesions can't really be predicted. ... (2 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 18, 2017
... The chances are greatest for brain lesions based upon the statistics. There are MSers whose initial lesions are on the lumbar or thoracic spine. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... Thank you for your answer about lesions. Do you think it is rarer to have only brain lesions? ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... spine and brain lesions since the first MRI I had in 1982. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... spine lesions then your possibility of a MS diagnosis increases. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 17, 2017
... Hello. I have only brain lesions. ... (6 replies)
MRI Question
Mar 16, 2017
... spine which I had on Wednesday. Anyway, I went to my primary doctor and asked them if they knew anything yet about my brain MRI, and he went over the results and said that I needed to see the neurologist NOT his physician assistant. ... (6 replies)
... This is very true but it is also true for the MRI. Lesions found on MRI is not a definitive for MS. It is very possible your lesions are not due to MS, only time will tell. ... (5 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)
... Headaches and migraines can cause brain lesions as well as some of the other symptoms you are having. Trigeminal neuralgia can be related to Multiple Sclerosis but can also be a stand alone diagnosis. ... (7 replies)
... showed "movement" so my doctor could not really tell if there were any changes there but my brain lesions have not changed ... so no obvious progression which is good news. ... (12 replies)
... After a diagnosis of MS, the MRI can see the progress in most MSers. ... (13 replies)
... combination with the lesion arising within the cervical spinal cord would certainly raise the possibility of demyelination although the number of lesions do not meet the criteria at this time. Differential would include post inflammatory, post infectious and vascular etiology. ... (10 replies)
... llow up this. it is not good to run after doctors to get a diagnosis for a chronic disease like ms, but it just means how having no answer is worse. i called the mri centre and i asked them to give me the cd for the spinal mri next week. ... (4 replies)


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