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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)
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)
Brain MRI
Jul 9, 2015
... spine. This will provide the greatest chance of seeing any possible lesions. ... (7 replies)
... In order to have a diagnosis of MS, you have to meet the criteria of the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (5 replies)
... spine. He didn't get the report but did look at the cd disk I brought him. He said there were a few lesions on my brain. I asked him if he compared the new MRIs to the old ones i brought in that we're done he in 2011. He said he forgot but he now thinks I have MG. ... (4 replies)
Brain MRI/lesions
Aug 18, 2015
... Your lesions could have been with you since you were an infant and could be linked to a simpple infection or high fever. There are many causes of lesions. ... (4 replies)
... Hi. I dont know if this will make you feel better or not, but I have been dx since 2004. I was dx with over 50 lesions on my brain. ... (5 replies)
Tingle in finger
Jul 26, 2015
... Hi there. Stop worrying! Yes, a pinched nerve in your neck or spine can cause numbness in your hands. I have the same thing. ... (12 replies)
... do some research and find a MS neurologist. It may take a while to get an appointment, so get on the list now. In the meantime, get all of your files together so you can take them all at once to this new neurologist. ... (5 replies)
... My doctor too always tells me I did fine on the tests and sends me for MRIs. I was dx 11 years ago having over 50 lesions on my brain. My only symptoms was that I had tingling in my hand and fingers...the rest of me appeared to be normal. ... (4 replies)
... One more confirmation. I have no obands and I have had 3 LPs! However, I have over 100 lesions on my brain, over 50 when I was first dx. My dx came from symptoms and radiolgraphical presentation. ... (8 replies)
... I have recently been diagnosed with MS. I had an episode last year, that sent me to the neurologist. ... (8 replies)
... symptom. Waking up with completely numb hands and arms. It was scary. This eventually took me to a doctor, who told me I had a pinched nerve in my shoulder from the way I slept. Sounds reasonable, since I usually wake up sleeping on my side. ... (4 replies)
Optic Neuritis
Aug 22, 2015
... doesnt feel like something is in it, it feels like it is on fire. Its caused by inflammation of the optic nerve, which is behind the eye and goes to the brain. ... (5 replies)
Brain MRI/lesions
Aug 18, 2015
... Migranes, infection and age can all contribute to lesions. What you need to understand is that MS lesions, are different from every other type. The size, shape and placement of them is completely different, which is how your doctor can tell them apart. ... (4 replies)
Aug 9, 2015
... waist down. These abnormal sensations will only last seconds but can be repeated each time the head is bent down. ... (8 replies)
... on the cervical spine, brain lesions do not and will not cause Lhermittes. ... (15 replies)

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