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Could this be MS?
Jul 25, 2016
... pain all day lately that I feel desperate to get some kind of treatment for relief. Do any of you have neck pains and what do you do with it for relief? ... (10 replies)
... completely excluding vasculitis." Thats a big "something is there, but I dont know what" type of answer. The one thing he did point out is that you did not have contrast with this MRI, which is usually ordered for a MS Panel. He wants to see it done with contrast and also suggested that a Cspine MRi be done. ... (15 replies)
... Cerebellar tonsils are normal with no finding to suggest Chiari one malformation. ... (13 replies)

... I went the Neurologist on Tuesday and he did order the MRI of my brain with and without contrast, that is scheduled for Monday. I did inquire about an MRI of the cervical spine as well, and he said with MS it's very rare that an MRI of a cervical would be needed to detect MS. ... (7 replies)
Possible MS
May 12, 2016
... They are doing a cervical and Thoracic MRI with and without contrast. I have already had the brain MRI. ... (20 replies)
... A normal MRI will still be normal with and without contrast. ... (12 replies)
... of MSers present initially with no lesions. ... (12 replies)
... The hormones associated with pregnancy may taper off or disappear soon after birth. You can be left with a hormonal brew that can take time to get back to normal. ... (4 replies)
... and the MRI was only of the brain, not the spinal cord, and was without contrast. The report simply said "The scan of your brain was completely unremarkable". That is all the feedback we got. ... (4 replies)
... This is not screaming MS to me. Too many of your symptoms are not MS symptoms, however, you cant rule it out. You said that you had an MRI in the past two years. First of all, what did he scan? ... (4 replies)
... neurologist and he says while I do have lesions on my brain he's not confident saying its MS but he thinks it could be just migraines. I've never been diagnosed with migraines but do get headaches occasionally. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you so much for your message. I hope they do a a contrast with this MRI, it sounds more thorough than without it. Will keep an update when we find out more. ... (12 replies)
... ince I've been here but I had to wait until after my appointment to update. I saw the neurologist yesterday and he didn't sound overly concerned over my symptoms with the exception of one. ... (6 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)
... I had this done yesterday morning. As a reminder, my first mri completed a year ago of the brain only was without contrast, yet I was still dx'd with MS. ... (5 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)


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