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Sep 28, 2014
... Hollykins, Lurking is fine :D Whenever I have had my MRIs it is always no contrast followed by contrast in the same session. For me it is brain to T-spine since 2002 when they found the T-spine had lesions too (that was a separate MRI which followed an indication of problems on my visual evoked potential test). At the time I had no active lesions on my brain or... (8 replies)
... Hi Dan, Lesions on a brain MRI could be non-specific and could have different causes, for example, migraines, Lymes Disease, Lupus, ect. There is no symptom(s) which are unique to MS as other conditions/disease can cause the same type of symptoms experienced in MS. I would suggest asking your Dr. why you have the lesions. At the age of 36 those findings would not be... (6 replies)
... Mexico that it happened on days when you were "pushing yourself" outside? ... (6 replies)

... and really bad brain fog. This continued as the spring went into summer which it got really bad. I had numbness and tingling mostly on the left side hand and foot. I also had a seizure like episode, confusion and problems speaking sometimes. ... (6 replies)
New Here
Sep 17, 2014
... if there is anything at all on it, I would take it to an MS specialist. Was it done with contrast? ... (4 replies)
... To an inexperienced doctor or one without MS experience, an MRI might seem fine. White dots on your MRI might be "noise" or might be lesions. If the dots are lesions, then the next step would be the overall shape and size of the lesions. ... (6 replies)
... I had an mri of the brain done and at the time they thought I had cerebral palsy but have since changed the diagnosis to unknown. ... (6 replies)
... MS is a progressive disease which affects the central nervous system. It can affect the eyes, brain and spine with results or symptoms from the disease showing up in any part of your body....unfortunately, there is no way to stop this from happening. ... (9 replies)
... 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. Some of them, are newer, and I would agree, there is no long term data. ... (8 replies)
... Im sorry you are going through so much...I know its unnerving not knowing whats going on with your body. ... (4 replies)
... The doctor also ran blood test on me and they found that my white blood cell count was elevated, so they assumed I had an infection and put me on an antibiotic. ... (4 replies)
... with a clear change in MRI without any changes in the brain lesions, still have not been told what the main condition actually is or could possibly be. ... (4 replies)
... Saw my ms specialist on Tuesday and he wants me to try gilenya, I feared all the meds but this one I have NO desire to try at all, I have a murmur and tricuspid valve leak. ... (3 replies)
... Kiki, Thank you for sharing your update. The T-area would be your thoracic spine (The spine from your chest cavity to your neck). This is where my lesions "migrated" over time and now I have several on my t-spine in addition to the c-spine and brain. I am glad you are getting closer to an answer. Just to get out of limbo land brings a sense of relief. I hope you can... (7 replies)
Vision issues
Jul 16, 2014
... Jk....anyway, my brain mri showed two lesions from previous demylenation? ... (5 replies)
... As time went on I was declining very fast. ... (3 replies)
... because most of us have had MS for up to 10 years without a single symptom and until we get a symptom, we wouldnt know we had it. Where was the pain when my 50 lesions were forming for the ten years before I had my first MRI? ... (6 replies)
... on board with this definition. A lesion is a scar. What shows up as a white spot on a MRI is an actual scar where damage has already been done to the myelin sheath. Thus, look at a scar on any part of your skin....does it hurt? ... (6 replies)
... Lesions are the areas where the myelin sheath is destroyed or demyelinated. The area exposed is like a cut/wound you might have. Like the cut or wound, the affected area will be covered with a scar. Unlike our epidermis, MSers do not enjoy a regrowth of the myelin sheath. The scar tissue will cover the exposed nerve fiber, but the insulation value for the scar tissue is... (6 replies)
... I also have the sharp pains or what i though an maybe migraines. Now i am also wondering if it is the lesions. Usually they are on one side at the temple. Also do the old lesions heal? ... (6 replies)


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