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... My MS Specialist assists with the ALS clinic next to her office when they are really busy. Part of her diagnosis is to eliminate the possibility of ALS early on. ... (7 replies)
... If you are comfortable and like this Neurologist then stay where you are, if not go for the appeal process. ... (7 replies)
... I did go to OKC for the second opinion in 2015, so I'm already established there of sorts. I didn't really like the place, meaning the staffing just sucked. As we all know, the insurance landscape has been chaotic and I've had to change companies each year now. ... (7 replies)

... up in January 2017. I had a few items on my list to discuss, but this new lesion took precedence for me. ... (7 replies)
... what does it mean when you have lesions on the brain from MS (1 replies)
... Thank you Tammy. I hear ya on the Arg...sometimes its difficult finding the answers to all your questions. Lymes Disease. I will have to research that. I don't know much about that one. ... (18 replies)
... No one is talking..arg! I just want to know what else can put lesions on the brain.. ... (18 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)
... MS is a disease of the central nervous system, which is the brain, eyes and spine. Its also an autoimmune disease, which is when the body attacks itself. In this case, the body attacks the protective coating of the nerves of the central nervous system. ... (1 replies)
... Lesions on the brain do not definitively mean MS so it's good your doctor is being thorough. The LP and evoked potential testing is going to tell the doctor a lot. Just remember you don't have to have a positive result on all tests to have a diagnosis of MS. As for the number, I am not sure about that. ... (8 replies)
... Brain lesions can be caused by several things that I know of. Brain truama or small strokes caused by natural causes or drug useage. ... (18 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)
... Lesion load for each person with MS varies, some have a lot and some have very few. Lesion load can decrease, increase or stay the same from one MRI to another. ... (4 replies)
... a lesion is forming, because most of us have had MS for up to 10 years without a single symptom and until we get a symptom, we wouldnt know we had it. Where was the pain when my 50 lesions were forming for the ten years before I had my first MRI? ... (6 replies)
... had a weakness in his arm, and felt very light headed. I took him to the ER. ... (6 replies)
... To be positive for MS are there always lesions on the brain or can you have MS with no lesions? ... (6 replies)


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