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... You shared that you have no lesion on your spine. What about your brain? ... (2 replies)
... The best thing to do is get an MRI or a brain scan they can see if there are lesions on your brain that is the best way, Home tests are take a really hot bath if it really messes you up you may have MS , MS sufferers are heat sensative good luck hope its something else (22 replies)
... Lhermittes is not exclusive to MS as there can be other causes for this symptom. However, when related to MS LHermittes is due to cervical spinal cord lesions. Brain lesions do not cause LHermittes. ... (2 replies)

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... My new neuro is taking a wait and see approach...he is scheduling an MRI of my cervical spine and then if there are no lesions on that, another brain MRI in about 5 months...if no more lesions then we will monitor the brain MRI every 6 months. I love the new doctor but am concerned about my swallowing. ... (6 replies)
... The Revised McDonald Criteria requires at least two lesions consistent with MS. Not all MSers have lesions on the brain and may well start on the spine and moving up to the brain. ... (2 replies)
New to ms
Oct 21, 2014
... Was your testing held against the Revised McDonald Criteria? ... (3 replies)
... White matter is a part of the brain. Lesions are actually scars. Lesions can be caused by any number of things, including prior infection, migranes, head trauma...theres a whole list. ... (4 replies)
... blood flow and the other larger lesion was what he referred to as a "MS" lesion. The way he explained it made sense at the time. I was on overload and don't remember the exact explanation. How do I find a MS specialist. The neurologist I see is general but seems very knowledgeable. ... (8 replies)
... I do not know how a lesion can be determined to be blood flow or low oxygen caused. An MS Specialist would check you and then determine the next required step. With over 400 MS mimicries, the doctor has to eliminate all of the possible causes. ... (8 replies)
... Let not your heart be troubled. This is my 38th year of MS, and the good days still outnumber the bad. ... (8 replies)
... spine MRI's. On all reports the radiologist put one diagnosis as MS. Last Monday my neurologist spent a lot of time explaining the MRI results, showing me several different lesions and white spots. On the right side of my brain he explained that this is exactly what a MS lesion looks like. ... (8 replies)
... Gait difficulty can be caused by lesions on the spine or even in the brain. ... (3 replies)
New to ms
Oct 21, 2014
... I began experiencing numbness from the waist down on July 14th. The numbness was very prevalent in my feet... ... (3 replies)
New to ms
Oct 22, 2014
... are known for being more symptomatic than brain lesions. ... (3 replies)
... Hi all. I had a complete spine MRI which showed a lesion on my spinal cord on my neck which is sending abnormal signals to my brain as stated on my MRI results. The report stated that MS can not be ruled out. However I don't have any brain lesions, just a benign tumor. ... (2 replies)
... One thing I want to point out is that you mentioned when the symptoms were worse...heat is an MSers worst nightmare in many cases. ... (6 replies)
... disease can cause the same type of symptoms experienced in MS. ... (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)
I'm new
Sep 28, 2014
... Whenever I have had my MRIs it is always no contrast followed by contrast in the same session. ... (10 replies)


Associated Tags: brain fog, diagnosis, dizziness, fainting, lesions, multiple sclerosis, normal mri, white spots

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