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... Being sick such as the Flu, virus, infection can cause an increase of MS symptoms. This is self limiting, once the flu, virus, infection, resolves symptoms will usually return to what is normal for you. ... (3 replies)
... It seems that I hear so often that a normal MRI doesn't mean much. ... (0 replies)
... Hey, thanks a lot for replying. I have had B12 deficiency and low folic acid for really long time, more than I can even remember, I have been diagnosed with anemia at the age of 4 and I was anemic until this March. ... (11 replies)

... Prior to look at MS, a simple blood screening may identify an MS mimicry such as a nutritional deficiency. You should also be cleared for Lyme Disease. ... (11 replies)
... months ago, and given drugs which treated it and recently it showed normal levels. But I still suffer from the symptoms I did with the low levels. ... (11 replies)
... In early MS symptoms can precede MRI findings for awhile. However, your symptoms could also be from an autoimmune disorder like lupus, which often presents similar to MS. ... (11 replies)
... Hey, I am having some doubts about my MRI. Firstly, I am 17 years old female from Turkey, and had symptoms what seemed to indicate migraine. I visited my doctor, a neurosurgeon a month and a half ago. ... (11 replies)
... however, they are doing studies on siblings who have MS and are finding a higher marker for genetics in this group. It is possible that both you and your sister have MS... ... (7 replies)
... so what you are looking for is an increase of your D level from the last check of your D level. Be prepared that even taking 5000iu it can take a year to a year and a half to get your D level to the level your Dr. wants it to be. ... (29 replies)
... have a clear or normal LP. Mine has always been clear. ... (29 replies)
... the beginning of this year my vitamin d tested at "10". However at the onset of my symptoms, she DID NOT test my vitmain D levels again. She did a blood panel and referee me to a Neurologist. Even after my mentioning to her, could these problems be possibly my vitamin D deficiency. ... (29 replies)
... You cannot diagnos MS from a LP. ... (29 replies)
... Thank you Jayhawk for the reply. I have been seeing a nuerologist that specializes in MS and Parkinsons, my Physician referred me to him after onset of symptoms. ... (29 replies)
... I don't understand why they have not taken more consideration in my vitamin d. I take 5000iud of d3 daily. I have tried to do research on vitamin d deficiency and ms. And I can not understand if the symptoms are similar and can be confused or if ms and d deficiency go Han in hand. My mom has Parkinson's and low vitamin d. ... (29 replies)
... Let not your heart be troubled. This is my 38th year of MS, and the good days still outnumber the bad. ... (8 replies)
... My mother had Parkinson's and survived into Stage 4 until age and other health problems finally took her. I know of two other relatives in her family tree with Parkinson's. ... (11 replies)
... caused cancer that killed my grandfather, and my aunt has MS. ... (11 replies)
... Yes, Lyme disease is quite high in the area of Turkey. Lyme disease can be treated effectively and any disabilities have a higher rate of reversal if treated early. ... (11 replies)
... From what I have read before and now, it doesn't have a regular treatment, and chances of it is not cured are great... ... (11 replies)
... I totally agree with MSJayhawk here, and especially about ruling out Lyme disease. You have all the symptoms I have had over the last few years. I just tested positive for Lyme. ... (11 replies)

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