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... then you basically have moved yourself to the neurological field of concern. If MS is a possibility, you would best be served by an MS Specialist rather than a general neurologist. ... (4 replies)
... Demographically, you are a woman and more women than men get MS. MS is found in India, China, Thailand, Philippines, Japan and in the Middle East too. ... (9 replies)
Possible ms?
Jun 13, 2016
... I'm so sorry you've been diagnosed with MS, and sorry too that you're going to need a lumbar puncture. Going through medical procedures is never easy. ... (9 replies)

Possible MS
Jun 2, 2016
... I have now been back to the Neurologist following my cervical and Thoracic MRI. He stated everything looked normal. No tumors, disc problems or lesions. ... (20 replies)
... Chiropractor for back and arm numbness. ... (9 replies)
Brain MRI
Jun 11, 2016
... months after normal D levels are maintained before healing happens. Also, if you are having GI issues, this can also affect Vitamin D levels. ... (12 replies)
So confused
Jun 4, 2016
... There are medications which have side effects which appear to "trigger" MS. It is something that may happen because the person is predisposed or the MS becomes noticeable. Because MS is in the autoimmune category, you could have two separate problems with which to deal. ... (4 replies)
Need advice
Jun 4, 2016
... but I am not a doctor. The fact that your neuro exam was normal would suggest that a Spinal MRI, c or t, would not be necessary. You cant fake a neuro exam and the fact that they found nothing in your brain supports that this is not MS related. ... (3 replies)
So confused
Jun 4, 2016
... I currently take a TNF inhibitor for autoimmune arthritis. My rheumatologist expressed some concern that I may have developed MS as a side effect of this med. ... (4 replies)
Need advice
Jun 3, 2016
... of MSers present initially without any lesions. If your neurologist has MS experience, in all likelihood your doctor's assessment is correct. ... (3 replies)
Need advice
Jun 3, 2016
... For about three months I have been experiencing a range of symptoms and am primarily concerned about MS. ... (3 replies)
... The blood test will remove many MS mimicries from the possible causes. ... (7 replies)
... A normal MRI will still be normal with and without contrast. ... (12 replies)
... I got my EMG this morning and it was normal. although, I know this test does not diagnose MS. also, my symptoms have pretty much subsided for 5 days now. My MRI on my Monday. my neuro.said today he didn't suspect MS and I hope he is right. ... (8 replies)
... The two quotes is what has caught my attention. Those with MS do not get relief by positional changes. ... (6 replies)
... Hello, this is my first post here and this will probably be a bit lengthy, as I've been having a wide array of symptoms off and on for about 12 years now. I am absolutely terrified I may have MS and hope that someone takes the time to read this and perhaps ease some of my fears. ... (6 replies)
... ALS can be quickly identified as there are tests for it. There are no specific tests for MS. MS has over 400 known mimicries. ... (3 replies)
... I have been dealing with MS symptoms for over a year now not realizing what was going on. They have just gotten worse over the past month. ... (7 replies)
... Cerebellar tonsils are normal with no finding to suggest Chiari one malformation. ... (13 replies)
Possible MS
May 13, 2016
... I am very grateful the my Dr. is going to go over my MRI scan with me too. I have had the vibrations for over 2 years and have learned to tune them out, but I guess now that I am finally looking into what is causing my symptoms, they have become more noticeable again. ... (20 replies)

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