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MS Remission
Mar 25, 2017
... As you know the neurologist has asked for copies of my 2014 lumbar puncture results as well as Lymes and vep's. ... (7 replies)
My 2014 Results.
Mar 23, 2017
... Then surely it makes it easier to know what this is if it isn't MS. I mean the lesions on my brain could well be causing my symptoms, why haven't they done more in the past knowing I am very unwell and knowing there are abnormalities on my brain. ... (17 replies)
My 2014 Results.
Mar 22, 2017
... I understand because since 2010 I'm having neurological symptoms. I have abnormalities on my brain and neurological abnormalities on my neurological examination. Together why is it so difficult to connect those abnormalities to my symptoms? ... (17 replies)

My 2014 Results.
Mar 23, 2017
... I'm just going to have to stop thinking about what it is. It could be anything and there is no point in I trying to understand what the neurologist is thinking. I have to move on and just hope for the best. It's probably nothing. I don't think anyone thinks it's anything. ... (17 replies)
My 2014 Results.
Mar 23, 2017
... Benign means harmless. The lesions you have could be harmless and not concerning. ... (17 replies)
My 2014 Results.
Mar 23, 2017
... I can only make an assumption based on my own experience with MS... ... (17 replies)
... I don't want MS. If it comes across like that it's because I'm immensely frustrated. I didn't have the lesions I have in 2010, I have been presenting with symptoms since then that have worsened. New lesions were noted in 2014, and that's when I became very unwell. ... (6 replies)
... Your guess is as good as mine why they say the lesions are not connected to my symptoms! It has never made any sense to me. I have lots of lesions, and more than expected for my age group. ... (11 replies)
... I wonder what the lesions in brain look like and why they say they are not related to your symptoms. That doesn't make sense. There should not be brain lesions on MRI. Could these be small stroke scars? ... (11 replies)
MS Remission
Mar 24, 2017
... I will just recap on when I first presented with symptoms. Early 2010 up until now I have presented with varying neurological symptoms. I was under the same neurologist for most of these years, mind you he never did any investigations for any symptoms I presented with until 2014. ... (7 replies)
My 2014 Results.
Mar 23, 2017
... You should hope it is benign. "Then what did the MS specialist mean by "these things could be benign" What am I to make of him saying that? ... (17 replies)
... or more lesions or objective clinical evidence of 1 lesion with evidence of a prior attack. Remember NOT all lesions equate MS. They have to be the correct size, shape and placement. Just because you have a lesion in 2014, 2016, 2017 does not mean they are MS lesions. ... (6 replies)
Lesions
Mar 17, 2017
... According to my latest Mri report 2017, there has been no interval change since 2012. I don't understand what this means because if there has been no change in the size of the lesions on my brain, why did my first neurologist tell me that the 6.6mm was not present on my 2010 scan? ... (8 replies)
Uk
Mar 7, 2017
... Alpha1 Antitrypsin Deficiency is usually linked to Lung and liver disease. If it were active you might show signs of jandice, yellowing of the eyes and skin or signs of Emphysema or respiratory infections which are chronic. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for your thoughts. I have symptoms which are mainly my balance, walking, brain fog. I feel like my head is very full. Drunkenness feeling. I have lesions on my brain. I'm finding it all very difficult because no one knows why I have physically deteriorated. I'm not sure anymore what to expect. ... (11 replies)
Lesions
Mar 14, 2017
... Lesions do not increase in size. You can have lesions on top of lesions, thus looking like they grew larger, but they do not get bigger. ... (2 replies)
Psychological
Mar 13, 2017
... are you sure you arent misreading the response? ... (6 replies)
... ng in my hands and fingers... when this became very painful for a full week, I went to see my GP who sent me for a CT scan which showed "abnormalities" and a MRI the same day led me to a dx by the hospital neurologist. I had over 50 lesions on my brain. ... (8 replies)
Uk
Mar 7, 2017
... I'm heading to my GP later. I want to show her my genetic results. I already cancelled the appointment to see the neurologist here because my surgeon mentioned London. He thought it would be better to go abroad. There is no news though on the name of this clinic or hospital. ... (4 replies)
... spine. This would allow for the greatest possible discovery. ... (11 replies)




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