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New Here
Sep 17, 2014
... and the only way to find out if you have MS or not is to be truly tested by an MS specialist. ... (4 replies)
... If you are being seen by an MS Specialist, you are in the best position possible. The doctor has to eliminate all the known MS mimicries. ... (6 replies)
... increase of MS symptoms caused by an infection, virus, flu, overdoing it, exercise, overheating and fever. ... (5 replies)

... brain and spine with results or symptoms from the disease showing up in any part of your body....unfortunately, there is no way to stop this from happening. The MS drugs which are out there are supposed to slow down progression, but they do NOT touch the symptoms. And, thats if you really have MS.... ... (9 replies)
... My MRI was negative for lesions. ... (9 replies)
... esions. At the age of 36 those findings would not be from normal age. Unfortunately, if no other testing is indicating any positive findings to account for your MRI findings you may be stuck waiting until something else shows up in testing or symptoms. ... (6 replies)
... he thought I had MS based upon his long experiences and ths was before the Revised McDonald Criteria. His replacement is my current MS Specialist and she has the same experience and can quickly determine the probability based upon her knowledge. ... (6 replies)
... To an inexperienced doctor or one without MS experience, an MRI might seem fine. White dots on your MRI might be "noise" or might be lesions. If the dots are lesions, then the next step would be the overall shape and size of the lesions. ... (6 replies)
... As to your MRI, it sounds like boilerplate jargon and you should lay it aside and have your doctor personally look at the MRI with you. ... (6 replies)
... I had an mri of the brain done and at the time they thought I had cerebral palsy but have since changed the diagnosis to unknown. ... (6 replies)
... MSJayHawk, Thank you so much for your valuable response.There's a lot of information and your insight is appreciated :) (4 replies)
Could it be ms
Aug 13, 2014
... At the very least you have a doctor who has enough interest to order an MRI. While an MRI may show lesions, the MRI is only one tool and cannot confirm or deny MS. It will help narrow the field for you. You appear to be making headway. ... (5 replies)
Could it be ms
Aug 13, 2014
... therefore, you have to go through NHS. A CT Scan will not show any lesions for MS or other lesion caused problems. A clear CT would push it to neurology I should think. ... (5 replies)
So far not MS?
Aug 10, 2014
... If your neurologist is an MS Specialist, I would lean towards MS. If fibro was probable, you would be seeing another specialist. ... (7 replies)
... Secondly, MS is a disease of the central nervous system, which includes the brain, spine and eyes. You can have lesions in anyone of those places or multiple locations. Which one is worse or better than others? ... (4 replies)
... I had the MRI and the Dr. reviewed it and said that it appeared all clear and that he wanted to see me in a couple months since at the time I felt I was feeling better. ... (4 replies)
MRI test results
Aug 6, 2014
... Based upon the information, I would have to conclude that the image has not yet been read. You should also ignore the peak and wait for the MS Specialist to read it rather than the radiologist. ... (2 replies)
... There is no specific tests for MS. All of the testing is done to eliminate MS mimicries. An LP is not necessary for a diagnosis, but it is recommended as a test to eliminate known mimicries. You can still be diagnosed without an LP. ... (4 replies)
... Is it even possible to rule out MS without doing such testing? ... (4 replies)
Ms hug?
Jul 30, 2014
... Angie1970, Hoping for the best for you. Regardless of whether you have symptoms presenting at the time of your MRI, if MS is a concern and if it is real, then the evidence should be there (remember 5% of MSers may present with no lesions initially). :angel: (5 replies)


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