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Suspected Ms
Apr 13, 2015
... it may or may not give you answers. You really need to see a MS specialist. Unfortunately, not just any Neuro is qualified to read a MRI when it comes to MS....too many things look like MS and too many things can be missed. ... (2 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... ... (6 replies)
... I spoke with my MS Specialist regarding Vitamin D. She told me that she never orders more than 4000 iu per day because that avoids any potential toxicity and her patients have never needed more than that. For her, the main concern is the quality of Vitamin D3. ... (6 replies)

... normal level. I started on prescription D levels and then I was put on 1000 iu per day of D3. Your GP can monitor your level to determine your supplement needs. ... (6 replies)
... B12 levels up and what is causing them to be deficient? ... (6 replies)
... In 2008 I experienced what some have described a TIA. I had problems seeing, numbness in arms, and legs and brain fog. ... (6 replies)
... I have been having problems since Oct. 24th 2014. It started when I was on vacation in a restaurant, I turned suddenly and Bam, blurred vision hit me like a ton of bricks. I was transported to the hospital thinking I was having a stroke. Before this I felt perfectly fine. ... (4 replies)
... My mum was diagnosed with MS by a neurologist just hours ago today. He saw white lesions in the brain in an MRI scan. ... (2 replies)
... The did an MRI on my back to see if i had any spinal damage because of the lack of bowel movement. It was all clear. ... (4 replies)
... neuroproblem, I had both a CT Scan and MRI and both didn't find anything, so whatever is wrong, it doesn't seem to be enough to show up on there. ... (8 replies)
Apr 7, 2015
... I was very sick with the flu in January and developed a very bad chest wall strain from it... ... (25 replies)
... Most of your symptoms could be explained by both a whiplash and L spine problems. Numbness, pins and needles, and even the sense of urgency having to pee, can all be caused by these types of back injuries. ... (14 replies)
... may or may not have an impact on you. The low levels may just be low, or deficient enough to cause you problems. It takes time to bring these levels into the normal range, maintain it with supplements, and then watch as symptoms disappear. ... (14 replies)
... Magnesium, calcium all normal. B12, heavy metals, folate were shown to be normal last month. ... (14 replies)
... invasive test wherein electrodes are pasted to your scalp and then you look at a monitor with a red dot in the center. As you watch a pattern will move about on the screen. They test one eye at a time. ... (2 replies)
... Im still working full time, traveling for my job and finishing my dissertation for my PhD. ... (3 replies)
... tests are performed and evaluated in detail with clinical symptoms and signs. ... (15 replies)
... Thank you for your clarification. You should have the previous spot found sent to an MS Specialist. As time has passed and symptoms have presented, an MS Specialist should be consulted to look over the images. A new MRI could be ordered to see if additional spots are present. ... (11 replies)
MRI with Contrast.
Feb 13, 2015
... I have a personal file with all report's, CD's and the various consultants views on my condition. I have been extensively tested for a cause, but all that has shown up so far is moderate cervical stenosis. ... (8 replies)
Reading my own MRI
Feb 11, 2015
... dancing with the kids, chest pain and both hands blue. ... (15 replies)

Associated Tags: anxiety, me/cfs, mult sclerosis, multiple sclerosis, numbness, tingling, tinnitus cause

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