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... I will go and see the MS specialist. You are right, they can follow up between them all, and that will take this burden off of me. I won't bother with sending my Neurologist questions. ... (17 replies)
... I am from now on going to take things as they come, i don't have a diagnosis of anything, I'm not only driving people crazy with my logic in Ireland, but also you guy's. ... (24 replies)
... Thanks for reply. ... (24 replies)

... y a major role and would have to be removed as a variable. Just have you have shared in the aforementioned, these are things which can play a role in helping an MS Specialist know if you really need to see them or another specialist. ... (13 replies)
MRI Changes
Feb 4, 2015
... Whatever the MRI, it is not a specific test for MS and any doctor who bases a diagnosis upon an MRI result is not a doctor to trust. You should be diagnosed by first eliminating any known mimicry. ... (12 replies)
... Thank you MSjayhawk, that is exactly the one i have! I am more than ready to make that exit :) Final Hurdle in February - March. Here's hoping i won't be returning to limo land! if i do i will back to rant and rave :) Best Wishes Indierock (15 replies)
... Your neuro, if they follow the Revised McDonald Criteria, should be able to make a diagnosis and then could even ask for a consult to confirm. ... (15 replies)
... So much thanks to you for your reply. ... (15 replies)
... Let not your heart be troubled. When you are stuck in limbo land, you want to exit as soon as you can. It is a quandary that no one deserves, but most of us experience. ... (15 replies)
MS or Not
Jan 20, 2015
... So thankful to you for your post. I will certainly keep a journal of my symptoms. ... (17 replies)
MS or Not
Jan 20, 2015
... spine MRIs with and without contrast can be compared with those you already have had. Lesions can present as we age as this is a normal aging thing for many people. ... (17 replies)
... There was a young lady who spent years trying to get MS diagnosed. I remember that her spasticity was in the form of clonus. She finally was diagnosed with dystonia. ... (16 replies)
... If you are seeing an MS Specialist, your MRI and LP are not specific tests for MS. ... (7 replies)
Just curious
Jan 2, 2015
... There are neurologists who have little or no experience with MS and they may also carry a medical bias. ... (2 replies)
Right side.
Dec 8, 2014
... Thank you for that clarification. While that could account for the pain and other symptoms, I do not believe that would account for the night sweats. That said, this could be symptom overlap. That is, if you have MS, this could be the cause of the night sweats. ... (23 replies)
... Welcome. Since 1999 is a long journey indeed. During this time frame, have you ever seen an MS Specialist? ... (7 replies)
... e challenges with MS. Especially when someone decides to take on as much as I do. I have to say no to friends and get togethers, in order to conserve my strength for the more important thing in my life. ... (18 replies)
... the MS diagnosis was made through symptoms, etc. and the LP was used to exclude known mimicries. ... (13 replies)
... and received my MS diagnosis. ... (13 replies)
... Until an official diagnosis for whatever the reason, you are always in limbo land. Consider it a blessing to be free from glioma. ... (13 replies)

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