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... It wasn't until I got my mri that read that it's possible I have multiple sclerosis due to lesions. ... (7 replies)
... in 2011, March 2015 start having bad pain in my right shoulder, arm and hand, also the right side of my neck. ... (8 replies)
Lesions
Jan 16, 2016
... I am going to respond to this as a friend. Stop and breathe..... ... (14 replies)

MS? Yikes!
Jan 14, 2016
... The earliest history of MS was in the northern parts of Europe, hence the sunshine linkage, but it was believed to be a lack of sunshine. MS is found in Northern Asia, but is now found in tropical countries too. ... (11 replies)
Neuroradiologist
Feb 4, 2016
... writing this, because i was still in hospital either having it done or about to be done so he really didn't add much weight to the increased T2 Hyperintensities and my symptoms. So let's see what the neuroradiologisit makes out of this Mri, and this January's one. ... (4 replies)
Lesions
Jan 17, 2016
... You know that last Mri report? ... (14 replies)
... If you have MS, first time experiences with certain symptoms can be scary. Things like the MS hug are just an annoyance for me as it no longer surprises me. The specialized care may be the need for infusion or steroids. ... (5 replies)
Not Sure
Jan 13, 2016
... Welcome. Many of your symptoms can present with MS, but not all. That said, You shared that you were deficient or low in Vitamin D, B12, and Iron. These can all combine for a trifecta wherein your symptoms could be caused by them. ... (10 replies)
... Please bear with me because I'm not exactly sure where to start. For the last ten years I had seemingly random symptoms and very recently it seems that it is possible that they could all be related. I started exhibiting these symptoms simultaneously a little bit at a time. ... (5 replies)
... certainly not in front of anyone, and always with you knowing what they are going to do! ... (14 replies)
... Beyond the initial blood test , physical exam, and an MRI, there is little to go forward with until an MRI is done. Lay your burdens on the doctors and hold them accountable. Consider that there are over 400 MS mimicries. These take time. With testing the possibilities narrows. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks for all the replies. I got in touch with the neurologist on Friday and had a temporary freak out when they advised me I wouldn't be able to get in until March! ... (6 replies)
... I'm new to this forum and come to maybe get some advice? ... (7 replies)
... I would be pushing for a full scan of the spine....MS hides everywhere! You cant rule out MS without scanning the C and L spine as well... ... (5 replies)
... and in the impression section of the MRI report it will give what the possible findings, if any, might indicate. A MRI report or findings IS NOT a diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... I'm 21 years old and have been experiencing a lot in the past 6 months.... I've had aches and pains everywhere but the most common started in my head and comes on and off constantly.. ... (3 replies)
... From your thread title, there is no link between Vitamin D deficiency and lesion size. Vitamin D deficiency can and does cause MS like symptoms to present. ... (14 replies)
... Having a deficiency of Vitamin D and B12 can also be causes for the symptoms you have been experiencing. ... (9 replies)
... First let me apologize for the length of this post, but I have had a lot going on and do not know where to go. I will preface by saying that I have always been a highly active person, hiking, biking, dancing, camping kind of person. ... (9 replies)
... rain MRI. There are numerous blood tests that have to be run mainly to rule out other conditions that can mimic MS. I also had several nerve conduction studies, and other neurological exams. ... (6 replies)


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