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... 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)
... Cerebellar tonsils are normal with no finding to suggest Chiari one malformation. ... (13 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)
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)
... Both of the "impressions" didn't say much on the mri results.. ... (8 replies)
... My first MRI was in 1982 and I was one of the first MSers to try out the "new technology". At that time there was no dye, but my neuro could see lesions. The contrast is to "light up" active lesions. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks for your reply. Of course I know that feedback is just that and not a medical diagnosis. That is of course why we all visit the doctors. I have an appt with my GP and a Nuero next week. It is just nice to be able to get some subjective thoughts while I wait for my appointment. ... (8 replies)
... that are currently active. The MRI can still show lesion, if you have them, without contrast...your doctor just won't know if any are currently active. ... (11 replies)
... Compared to what MRIs used to be in the caveman days, medical science has come far! The contrast is not harmful and allows the neurologist to see if there are active lesions. I have facial numbness often and it can look like a stroke sometimes. ... (11 replies)
What's next?
Jul 10, 2011
... What a lot of problems! Well nearly all the health issues you are having were mine about 13 yrs. ago. I was diagnosed with lupus in 1988 and fibromyalgia the very next day. But things did decline from 88 on and I had such horrible memory. ... (5 replies)
What's next?
Jul 10, 2011
... Fibromyalgia which seemed to of hit at the end of 09. I was excited to finally know what is wrong with me, but disappointed at the same time because there was no magic cure that I'd hoped to find for so long... ... (5 replies)


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