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... Hi there. Just back for a quick update. I had my SSEP and was told it was normal. Does this mean there is lower chance if having MS? ... (22 replies)
... hello. As others have told you, no need to worry about the contrast dye unless you are allergic to Iodine. Its expelled from your system in less than 12 hours and the more water you drink to flush it out, the better and the faster. You wont have any problems with it. ... (22 replies)

... Hun, it will do absolutely nothing good getting really upset and stressed until your MRI comes back. Sometimes, as my Dr who dx me said, looking up symptoms and thinking to much about what it might be can actually trick your subconscious into some crazy things. Nothing we do on purpose by any means. ... (22 replies)
... Let not your heart be troubled. This is my 38th year of MS, and the good days still outnumber the bad. ... (8 replies)
New to ms
Oct 21, 2014
... size for MS. Lesions on the spine quite often affect gait as you have shared. If your doctor based your diagnosis upon the MRI and LP, I would seek another opinion. There is no specific test for MS. Before beginning Tecfidera, were you screened and are you being monitored? ... (3 replies)
... so ruling it out is not always easy. Its also fairly common for an opthamologist who finds Optical Nueritis to also be the one to point a patient towards a MS diagnosis...but not always. My brother has had optical neuritis 6 times, and is constantly being checked for MS, and doesnt appear to have it. ... (4 replies)
... first appeared in May this year. Went away but came back again. Now I feel wield chill sensations up and down legs and feeling of crawling under skin mostly in legs but sometimes in buttocks. Gp sent me for nerve conduction which was normal. ... (22 replies)
... The VEP is a tool, but your doctor is correct in that it is limited. The LP results are only, or should only, used for eliminating MS mimicries. ... (8 replies)
... spine MRI's. On all reports the radiologist put one diagnosis as MS. Last Monday my neurologist spent a lot of time explaining the MRI results, showing me several different lesions and white spots. On the right side of my brain he explained that this is exactly what a MS lesion looks like. ... (8 replies)
Possible MS
Oct 8, 2014
... Hi, I am a little confused and overwhelmed. I am in the process of possibly being diagnosed with MS. ... (1 replies)
New to ms
Oct 21, 2014
... I found this board a few weeks ago and have learned so much since then. Thank you! ... (3 replies)
... You do need to ask yourself if he tells you what he is testing for and why will that just increase your concern and worry. ... (22 replies)
... The fact that your neuro took time to work with you is a blessing. Neither the MRI nor the LP can confirm or deny MS. These are tools to help get to a diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
Possible MS
Oct 9, 2014
... Internet searches are not always accurate and MS is often a "catch all". ... (1 replies)
... years has had periods of muscle weakness, tingling, pin like sticking mostly in his feet and legs. His gait has changed from get up and go to wait for me. He has falling episodes, muscle tremors by simply walking thru the house. After having his GP suggest MS or MG, I began to research both. ... (3 replies)
... I had pains and severe headaches and foot drop from the time I was at least 14 yo. ... (1 replies)
... Ive had various symptoms off and on for the last eightish years. I finally thought I figured out what was wrong with me. My family has a history of MS. ... (2 replies)
... at the hospital. I was admitted because of my symptoms and a spinal tap that showed high protein levels. I had several MRIs during my stay. ... (4 replies)
... An exacerbation and relapse mean the same thing. ... (5 replies)

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