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Nov 21, 2015
... The tingling and numbness you experienced is not new. Studies have found that anxiety of being in the "tunnel" can cause your perceptions to be increased. ... (6 replies)
... You certainly have many symptoms, however, there is simply no way to know what you are dealing with at this time. There are over 400 MS mimicries. One of the good indicators if MS is possible is the duration of a symptom. ... (6 replies)
Nov 10, 2015
... Don't get me wrong I don't want anything to be wrong with me but there is certainly something going on and I just need answers. I'm glad I passed all the tests but I still need answers and I feel that the neuro I'm attending hasn't got any for me. ... (9 replies)

Nov 10, 2015
... Those with MS do not pass neurological exams. Since you did pass your Neurological exam that would be the reason he didn't think you needed a MRI. ... (9 replies)
... of lesions are in the Cspine and Lspine. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, sorry you are facing this again. I had some weird symptoms in 2006 and had an MRI of my brain at that time that came out normal. I was diagnosed with a Vitamin D deficiency and given mega doses of D. ... (7 replies)
... I was at the low end of normal vitamin D. ... (11 replies)
... Your low B12 falls into a deficiency which can mimic MS. Your blood test should have also measured your D levels as well as your Calcium and magnesium levels. Vitamin D deficiencies are another notable MS mimicry. ... (11 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)
... I had been under a lot of stress at work. I cover a region and was short handed with staff, so I had to do my duties as well as front end for a little over a month. ... (5 replies)
... early September, I started feeling this very bad pain in my lower back towards my right leg sometimes me left. It was very hard to sit and on my first day of college I had no sleep at all also very hard sitting still in my chair because of this intense pain in my back! ... (3 replies)
... new relapse will be caused by damage, which will appear as a new lesion on the MRI. If its been awhile, you might want to get one, to compare it to your last one and see if you are developing new lesions. ... (4 replies)
... 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
... 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)
... You have all been so helpful to me that I wanted to update you. Wednesday I finally saw an MS specialist and she was wonderful. ... (28 replies)
Help please!
Sep 2, 2015
... relies heavily on MRI evidence. ... (8 replies)
Help please!
Sep 1, 2015
... spine MRI but the lumbar puncture can be abnormal that would indicate MS or another autoimmune disease? ... (8 replies)
Help please!
Aug 31, 2015
... It is impossible to get a MS dx with a normal brain and spine MRI.... ... (8 replies)
New symptom
Oct 7, 2015
... Unfortunately I'm in no man's land I haven't been diagnosed with MS so I don't have an ms nurse but i have a good relationship with my doctor and hopefully she will be able to shed some light on my symptoms. ... (10 replies)
Stable Scan
Sep 6, 2015
... There are so many reasons why an MRI can be stable and yet you still feel terrible. ... (3 replies)

Associated Tags: autoimmune, depressed, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis

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