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Still no answers
Sep 22, 2016
... You asked "I read up on it and it seems to fit. even stuff i hadn't shared w people. Should i get another opinion? ... (5 replies)
Still no answers
Sep 21, 2016
... I'm 39 years old and been very healthy my whole life. For the last almost 2 years i feel like im going crazy. I avoided going to the Dr at first because i felt like my first symptoms were explainable. After going for my womans check up, i brought up some on the symptoms. ... (5 replies)
Help!!
Sep 7, 2016
... I'm out of kilter big time, and the one thing that baffles me is the increase in lesions, the measurements and why they feel they are not connected to my symptoms. ... (40 replies)

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Sep 6, 2016
... If these lesions are ischemia, would the size be significant, like 5mm, 6mm, 3. ... (40 replies)
... I am aware though that I am at a slightly higher risk for it as I have a sister who has it. She was diagnosed before she had an MRI. Of course that was back in the 1980s. ... (6 replies)
... bands, just elevated protein. He told me he still thought I had it, but I chose to take the wait and see approach. I had another relapse about 10 month later, with new lesions on my brain. ... (6 replies)
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Sep 4, 2016
... E. But they didn't think the swelling was from my heart. ... (40 replies)
The difference
Aug 31, 2016
... Hi there. I think Jayhawk described the difference between a neurologist and a MS specialist well enough for you to understand... ... (5 replies)
Help!!
Sep 9, 2016
... MSjayhawk what's lacking is clarification. How do I know if it's the same lesion as the 3.5mm or its a new 5mm lesion? ... (40 replies)
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Sep 8, 2016
... rheumatologist and see what he thinks. I understand radiologists only report what they see. My February 2015 Mri report and my January 2016 report were reported on by the same radiologist. ... (40 replies)
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Sep 8, 2016
... Many Thanks for your thoughts and wealth of knowledge. I will seek to find out the cause. My GP just rang me. As you know I asked about the 5mm and if it was or not the same as the 3.5mm. ... (40 replies)
Help!!
Sep 6, 2016
... I've asked if it can be clarified to me about the 5mm lesion noted on my most recent scan. January 2016 a 3.5mm was noted, comparison was made to my February 2015 scan. ... (40 replies)
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Sep 5, 2016
... I certainly understand your concerns. One of the reasons or possible causes for your deteriorating condition could be the stress and anxiety which increases with frustration. ... (40 replies)
Help!!
Sep 4, 2016
... It's a nightmare all of it. It's all a mess. They've all just dismissed me even though things are changing on my brain. It's making no sense anymore and I've have lost faith in the medical profession in Ireland. ... (40 replies)
... on't know why my dr didn't refer me to one. He saw my concerns and heard my questions but he referred me to nerologyst instead. I should say that I am afraied of the MRI contrast I never had one. What if I develop allergic reaction to it. ... (15 replies)
... Lesions in the brain do not always mean MS. Lesions can come from migrane headaches, prior head trauma and even infections. The size, shape and placement of the lesions is what tells the neurologist if MS should be considered. ... (15 replies)
... with you to a neurologist appointment. One of the key things you want to look for is whether or not the doctor will put them up on the screen and go over them with you. ... (15 replies)
... MS, even if you have it, is a chronic condition, not a life sentence! Most of us live perfectly normal lives with only small blips on the radar with MS. ... (15 replies)
... I hope I won't get a bad news from the neurologist tomorrow. I just can not take any more of the bad news. I am already suffering from anxiety and all these new problems keep adding to my worries. ... (15 replies)
... While all MSers will eventually have lesions, not all lesions are MS related. The fact that you have lesions does not mean that you have MS, BUT the fact that you have lesions narrows the list of possible causes for those lesions. ... (15 replies)




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