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... Just to offer some more food for thought. SOME of the DMDs, like Interferon and even Copaxone, have been on the market for over ten years now and the studies are much longer than what was quoted. ... (8 replies)
... How long does it take. My PCP has told me that I can get copies of any of my file I want, but I tried that about a month ago, just wanted a copy of two blood lab results. Still waiting on them. ... (7 replies)
MRI Contrast Types
Apr 28, 2012
... I had my MRI yesterday. It was a lot different than my first MRI in 2009. In 2009, they made me drink the contrast. This time, they injected me. ... (7 replies)

... I'm getting a bit grumpy now, my appointment with a neuro was cancelled just as I was on my way to see him and I am waiting for confirmation of an appointment in early January. In the meantime I have been booked to see another opthamologist this Friday. ... (6 replies)
... stabbing pain in my back and constant L'hermittes. I thought I had a pinched nerve, and I barely considered the fatigue, since that could be anything. To make a long story short, I had an MRI of the brain that showed many more lesions than one I had a few years earlier. ... (16 replies)
... spine..and what part of the spine? ... (27 replies)
How long for dx?
Oct 20, 2006
... not show up. Also, that it may take a number of attacks before they become perminate or are able to be picked up on a mri. ... (4 replies)
... I had both of those together, and I was in there 2 hrs, I am sure that they have run into bladder problems before. ... (1 replies)
... Oh, Blessed, it sure does sound like they are brushing you off. I had to wait two weeks after my first brain MRI, that seemed quite long to me. But the difference is, I got copies of my MRI when I left the test. ... (20 replies)
... Just wondering about the life expectancy of a brain lesion. ... (1 replies)
... and i can imagine your feelings will be bad with four.If you do have MS just keep trying to think positive although i know this is very hard, i still have a lot of anger in me, i find seeing an MS nurse and a psychologist helps and i take anti depressants at night so they help me sleep too. ... (6 replies)
... old mother of four. After months of one test after another for many different symptoms that kept moving around, I had an MRI with contrast last week and had four lesions in my brain. ... (6 replies)
... lily, my heart goes to you as i understand how difficult your situation is. i m myself going through this. reading experiences of others, unfortunately, Lupus , MS, SS , Fibro , Thyroid disorders can all have similar symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you for the reply! I have been through so many tests during the last few years and I kind of feel like a light bulb went off when I started reading about MS. ... (12 replies)
... dden,i had pins and needles in my hands and left foot,body jitters and extreme fatigue to the point i did not leave the house for 3 months and had to have my mum take care of my children.After about 3 months my symptoms disapeared and left me with occasional fatigue and muscle spasm ect. ... (3 replies)
... how long does it take for an mri of the spine and brain (1 replies)
L'Hermittes
Dec 11, 2008
... feet. For the first 4 days it was very strong but it has eased off a bit but is still there, and does wake me at night. ... (3 replies)
... Yeah, I've done a LOT of reading to try and rid myself of this. But so far it's looking bleak. ... (4 replies)
... Not long enough? ... (11 replies)
... adjustment had gone terrible wrong and causing me injury to the piriformis muscle. Which lead to10 loooong years of excruciating buttock left leg pain. From that day on I was labeled as having a sciatic problem.NOT! ... (8 replies)


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