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... There is a thread above in the "sticky" section which is called, The Differential Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis. It is quite lengthy but has a wealth of information. ... (15 replies)
... existing conditions. No one will be able to afford it. Medicare currently makes you wait 2 years before you can collect if you have MS, there are all sorts of downsides to having this dx. So dont be in a big hurry to get the label unless its medically necessary.. ... (28 replies)
... I noticed pain in my left eye and although it was weird, I chose not to worry about it because I was heading out of town. I thought perhaps it would pass. ... (9 replies)

Puzzled MS
Oct 22, 2008
... diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. ... (2 replies)
Multiple sclerosis
May 22, 2008
... Hi again!My Dr.refered me to a neurologist for an mri.I did get themri and today I got a copy of the report.A lot of words, but one part said,multiple sclerosis should be considered high on the differential diagnosis.I should assume m.s diagnosis.my dr has not resd report yet.to my knowledge. ... (10 replies)
... I now have adhesive capsulitis of my shoulder which I believe was the result of a battery. ... (3 replies)
Brain MRI
Feb 7, 2012
... not to worry , I just had to comfort my best friend because she got a MS diagnosis about 1:00 today, she also has spinal issues and for years the doctors blamed everything on her spinal issues , her husband had to get a part time job so that he could pay for her tests, I hope you don't have it, only your tests and doctors will be able to determine that, lots of luck to you (6 replies)
Need your help
May 29, 2004
... reflex amplitude bilaterially is consistent with a very early, probably asymptomatic sensory plyneuropathy. There is no evidence of lumbar motor rediculopathy in either lower extremity." I don't understand the word "asymptomatic," as I do have symptoms. ... (5 replies)


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