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... 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)

... 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)
... The McDonald Criteria for the diagnosis of MS relies heavily on the MRI, with evidence consistent with MS. ... (13 replies)
Morning all.
Jun 23, 2014
... but flip it over and the stool legs become supports which can help you stand. Many of my flowers and my vegetables are in a raised bed. This allows me to sit on the edge or work from my power chair. There are also many adaptive garden tools which can accommodate your needs. You can find some online. ... (3 replies)
Atypical ms
Jun 13, 2014
... Atypical means that it does not fit "normal" MS. Truth be told, the word was wrongly applied. While many MS cases present on an average, there is no "normal" MS. ... (5 replies)
Jun 9, 2014
... ecially because so many of us have a negative result. The only other reason to have a spinal tap is to rule out the mimicracies such as Meningitis, PML and other brain infections. Chances are, you are either going to test positive for Obands, or nothing will show up. I doubt very much you have a brain infection!! ... (15 replies)
... Doctors base their initial testing and MRI on the percentages. ... (25 replies)
... months I've developed symptoms that have started to take a toll on my every day life and I suggested to a neurologist that I suspected that I may have MS. ... (2 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)
... of MSers present without lesions initially. ... (13 replies)
... pecializes in Multiple Sclerosis. I will warn you though, testing is in your future. There is no one test for MS and no easy answers, unless you happen to have a brain like mine! ... (2 replies)
Morning all.
Jun 23, 2014
... Currently I'm not being treated by a neurologist but only my family MD. I saw a neurologist who said the lesion on my spinal cord could be from trauma..hmmm should have showed up on prior MRIs. and it could be from bone softening. ... (3 replies)
... The results results of my C-spine MRI came back. I had no lesions, only a few bulging discs. I also had the neuropathy test (in my legs) (this is one seriously un-fun test) and the results were normal. So at this point I am pretty stuck. I have a long list of symptoms (some debilitating, others a nuisance), a 10+ year history, and no end in sight. I am only 25, I have been... (10 replies)
... engineering, glitches cannot always be explained and trying to find the glitch in the human body is even more daunting. A single lesion is like a pencil mark on the white line of a 100,000 mile highway. ... (9 replies)
Jun 14, 2014
... If you had lesions from any kind of meningitis or any type of injury, brain infection, etc, the lesions would NOT show up looking like MS lesions, nor would they be in the same place, and NO, they would not cause symptoms years later... ... (15 replies)

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