... o contrast in November, and I had one periventricular lesion along the posterior horn of the right lateral ventricle, along with several smaller juxtacortical lesions in both parietal lobes. ... (5 replies)
... Jazz, you are responding to a post which was started 2 years ago. The posters may not be actively reading the boards any longer....
Why dont you start a new thread and introduce yourself and tell us about you?? We welcome you to the boards and hope that whatever brought you here, we can help you with! Do you have MS?
Nikki (20 replies)
... I was wondering if they are any closer to finding the problem with you? ... (20 replies)
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... I want to be very careful not to steer you in the wrong direction here but ethmoid sinusitis can be difficult to diagnose. Granted, my experience with it was about 10 years ago so since then things may have changed -- but it wasn't until I got to my third ENT that it was diagnosed.
I'd definitely call the PCP, explain what's happening and see if they can get you to a... (20 replies)
... Luckily, that is about the only thing I have not had problems with. They say the sinuses are clear. I just don't know how I could have a headache for 5 months -- you think it would give you a break one of these days. (20 replies)
... have you ever had a problem with your sinuses? ... (20 replies)
... The headache has gotten so bad that I can't sleep anymore. Anytime that I try to lay my head down it feels like it is going to explode. ... (20 replies)
... adens the nerve. The gave me Tegretol for the pain but I am allegric to it. I did do the nerve block, it just didn't work for me. I only know of two other people with MS with occipital neuralgia. It is usually the TN. That nerve is still alive and I can't wear anything across my head, hair up for long and no perms. ... (20 replies)
... re of absorbine jr and mint and burned like crazy, but for about 20 minutes the head didn't hurt too bad. She never really said what it was and then it came back with a vengeance. The last couple of days my eyes have been swollen and the pain is getting worse. Not sure exactly what to do about it. ... (20 replies)
... I've lost the sight in my left eye, gained this wicked headache, walk with a cane, and now, the right eye's sight comes and goes. Since the doctors cannot make up their minds, I have to look to trying to find something to help this. ... (20 replies)
... My journey into the MS world started with headaches. Severe migraines that never stopped. Right eye was painful. My regular PCP put me on Maxalt. ... (20 replies)
... Bella - I have had pain in behind my right eye for months - off and on. This past week, I had a terrible three day headache, and my right eye was so sore...there's still some lingering soreness behind it. I get those "shooters" that stop me in my tracks. My eyes are blue and my right eye has a patch of brown in it. My neuro told me to have my optometrist keep track of the... (20 replies)
... what is causing the pain. Her flip answer is always, well that is your brain. Gee thanks, you think she'd be a little more caring, but not. bella67 does your numbness come and go? ... (20 replies)
... Actually, I get the headaches with the numb tingling scalp. I also get shooting pains into my right eye. So, I dunno why i get them, but it's uncomfortable. ... (20 replies)
... A woman I know with MS has recurrent migraines and her neuro actually DOES think they're MS related. Never actually heard of that until just last week. ... (20 replies)
... I've had 2 MRIs, it has revealed lesions on the brain. The headache part is confined to one area of the right frontal lobe. The doctors are confused because how could one side be numb and tingle and the other side have pain. ... (20 replies)
... I personally have never heard of a headache like you describe being related to MS. ... (20 replies)
... I've had a headache since January 25th. of this year. I can't shake it. The doctors can't get rid of it. ... (20 replies)
... You could be low in magnesium. I had very similar symptoms for a while. Dekapote works very similar to magnesium because it is an electrolyte. Dekapote took away my symptoms but now I don't take it. I prefer to take magnesium and a multivitamin. Which seems to work well. (20 replies)