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... I am a 52 yr old female with a history of quadruple bypass 2 yrs ago. I am on Ranexa and Lipitor daily for my Coronary Artery Disease. ... (3 replies)
Ms or migraine
Sep 17, 2015
... can last for nearly 10 months. I think i Will ask the neurologists at my next appointment if he thinks it's ms and see how I get on with the evoked testing in February. I'll keep doing my diary and at least I will have all the info with me. ... (29 replies)
Ms or migraine
Sep 17, 2015
... one of his specialties is MS...." Most MS Specialists are strictly busy with MS. My MS Specialist will assist ALS when thee is a busy ALS clinic, but she is busy with MSers almost always. ... (29 replies)

... meaning potential to change with more testing and not a finalized diagnosis. Anyone know anything about this or have experience with this? ... (5 replies)
... The better the MRI technology the less likely things will be missed. An open MRI would be the only problem. Your MS Specialist is more important than the MRI type. I was diagnosed on a very early MRI machine in 1982. The difference is like a cave drawing compared to today's technology. ... (9 replies)
... Nothing you shared really says "MS" with any certainty. ... (8 replies)
Second opinion??
Aug 25, 2015
... feeling in my feet and between my shoulder blades. I also ached in my arms and legs. He ran a bunch of tests and then diagnosed me with fibromyalgia. As the years went by I have been having more and more symptoms. ... (2 replies)
Brain MRI
Jul 9, 2015
... spine, 3mm slice, tunnel type machine and with and without contrast to the order. ... (7 replies)
Brain MRI
Jul 9, 2015
... An MRI should be with and without contrast. The contrasting will "light up" active lesions. ... (7 replies)
... The one fear I've had is inheriting that disease though I know people can live with it...I'm active and my brainpower is everything so I just don't think I am one of them. Plus the "unpredictable" thing I don't like. ... (12 replies)
Could it be MS?
Jul 18, 2015
... I get leg pains, some of which are similar to what you described. Mine are MS related and are due to lesions. Your doctor would have to order an MRI to look for any possible lesions. ... (7 replies)
... Who has read and discussed your results with you? ... (12 replies)
... From what is written, it sounds like some disc problems and some conditions in the brain image. An MRI may show lesions, but lesions can be the result of infections, etc. ... (15 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. I'm going to see a new neuro next week, and I will mention that my last MRI was without contrast. I'm sure if he feels it's necessary he will run another test. ... (45 replies)
Neg mri
Nov 14, 2007
... Yes, you can have MS without any lesions showing up on an MRI yet... did they do the MRI's of the brain and spine with and without contrast? ... (2 replies)
... I've have 2 MRI's without contrast, and an LP, all which were normal. 2 Neuro's have told me I DO NOT have a neuroloigcal problem. ... (12 replies)
New to ms
Oct 21, 2014
... ng post. The shock of the diagnosis is slowly fading so I think I'm ready to start talking to other MSers. I'm a private person who doesn't like to burden people with my issues. I have a very good support system. ... (3 replies)
... infections or inflammatory process. Direct correlation with prior imaging versus short term follow up is advised. ... (8 replies)
... fingers is Reynaud's, my fingers turned purple while I was at my initial visit with him. ... (9 replies)
... You stated that you had an MRI with contrast today. What did they scan? ... (17 replies)

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