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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. Some of them, are newer, and I would agree, there is no long term data. ... (8 replies)
... Or given you a referral to a different Dr. for an evaluation into the cause? ... (13 replies)
... If your MRI shows no lesions, then it would be impossible for you to meet the standards of the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (13 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
... Thanks again! I really appreciate the conversation and information. I am seeing a neurologist but Im sure she isn't an ms neuro. I do like her though. Maybe in the future I will seek out another doc. I have had the bloodwork, everything was good except for the vitamin d which was 13. ... (5 replies)
... nk too much. I am very active and have a full time job. I used to work 15 hours shifts and still be able to go out with my friends after work and go back to work the next day at 7am, I had so much energy. Then it all came to a screeching halt back in March. I noticed myself becoming more and more fatigued for no reason. ... (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)
... 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)
... I've been having some health issues over the past few years that doctors have sorta chalked up to unexplainable. ... (2 replies)
... of MSers have clear MRIs. Another thing to consider is that there can be lesions which can present on your spine and you might not have any lesions on your brain. ... (5 replies)
... will not go away quickly and recovery rates can vary. You might need to give it up to 6 months. The Ophthalmologist should be able to monitor the recovery. ... (3 replies)
... I was taking 3.5 mg and had it compounded at Skips Pharmacy, so it probably wasn't the filler.it worked for a while i guess. ... (8 replies)
... nor do they 'feel" like anything, but rather ARE something, which can be defined by the exam. ... (27 replies)
Morning all.
Jun 23, 2014
... As for the garden, I would suggest a garden kneeler. When it is flipped upright it is a garden stool, 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. ... (3 replies)
... The one variable is your lesions. That is, sometimes when a lesion affects an area, the nerves may sprout new connections or your body may bypass the area of damage. This is not always the case, but it is not unheard of. I would count your blessings and enjoy them too!!! ... (9 replies)
Pp-ms
Jun 9, 2014
... and especially 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. ... (15 replies)
... The location of a symptom cannot identify the location of the lesion. If you have an MRI and an active lesion is present, then it could be located from the top of your head to the area from which the CNS connection is made. ... (25 replies)
... I am so confused and frustrated. I had ON back in 2009 which started my journey. After being seen by many doctors I finally got in a MS specialist who continued to monitor me. ... (3 replies)
May I have MS>?>?
May 28, 2014
... A few nonspecific foci of FLAIR hyperintensity within the subcortical white matter, as above. ... (3 replies)
30 YR old Matthew
May 16, 2014
... First off, I had Minimal Change Nephrotic Syndrome. This happened at age 17, I had spent the day at an amusement park riding roller coasters and standing in the HEAT. Towards the end of the day my feet and knees hurt. ... (13 replies)


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