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... Hi Ray, as this is the multiple sclerosis board you might want to try the trigeminal neuralgia board where you will get more information. although trigeminal neuralgia can occur with MS, it is more often a standalone disease. ... (5 replies)
Do I have MS?
Nov 15, 2015
... The good news is that your symptoms are those of 400 diseases. The bad news is that it is impossible to say if it is MS or not. ... (2 replies)

... You sound like me. I too, was dx within 48 hours of being sent to a neurologist and basically within 15 minutes of my MRI being done with and without contrast to the brain. ... (5 replies)
... I had this done yesterday morning. As a reminder, my first mri completed a year ago of the brain only was without contrast, yet I was still dx'd with MS. ... (5 replies)
... The CNS is the Brain and spinal cord nerve bundle. The PNS is from the spine attachment and spreading outward from there. The pain might be perceived at points when the lesion on the CNS is the cause. ... (6 replies)
... Peripheral neurpathy means that the network which transmits information between the central nervous system and the brain is damaged. Since MS is a disease of the central nervous system, yes you can have both MS and periperheral neuropathy. It can be as simple as numbness and tingling all the way to muscle weakness. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks to all for your response. I guess we all want to believe we don't really have MS. I never had a clinically isolated syndrome episode. The MRI was ordered by my internist because no one could figure out why I felt so horrible. Ferritin never checked. ... (5 replies)
... The most recent study towards your question was published in 2011 and was a study in the Netherlands. ... (5 replies)
... I have a very complicated last two year history which lead to a diagnosis of ms. The brain MRI showed numerous white matter lesions and lumbar puncture showed oligoclonal bands. Started my journey with a ruptured tendon surgery in lower leg. ... (5 replies)
... I think I have to put MS to bed now. All the neurologists say it's not MS. ... (7 replies)
Oct 4, 2015
... Its not uncommon to have MS for many years before you are diagnosed. Most people live with the disease, not knowing, until a serious symptom arises, taking us to the doctor or hospital for testing. ... (2 replies)
... The neurologist cancelled the surgery, he made that decision, in his opinion he felt that the cervical decompression would not relieve all my symptoms and that the recuperation following surgery would be difficult for me. He said he would meet with the surgeon and radiologist to discuss my case and surgery. ... (7 replies)
... You wrote "I was supposed to have surgery recently on my back, but the neurologist cancelled it, and said my risk for developing MS is low, but nonetheless I should have clinical review, and Brain MRI's on at least an annual basis". ... (7 replies)
... Hi again guy's, I have just been going through my brain MRI'S reports. ... (7 replies)
Ms or migraine
Sep 22, 2015
... If you have MS, though the GP knows you, your anxiety tolerances can change. ... (29 replies)
Checking In Again
Sep 16, 2015
... HI there! I just wanted to add thanking you for the update. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you for your update. MRI scans are the only means by which lesions can be sought. Lesions can be missed. For me, lesions in my brain scan are difficult to see due to the number of lesions already present. This is where an MRI with contrast helps. ... (15 replies)
Stable Scan
Sep 6, 2015
... There are so many reasons why an MRI can be stable and yet you still feel terrible. For one thing, there could be a lesion on there, which is too small to pick up, or your doctor thinks it was there "last time" so, he doesnt consider it new...even if it is new. ... (3 replies)
... Often a doctor with little or no experience with MS can miss the lesions in an MRI. Also degenerative and or other disc issues might be in play. ... (11 replies)

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