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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
... of MSers may present with lesions only in the spinal cord rather than the brain. ... (8 replies)
Help please!
Aug 31, 2015
... spine. Although the percentages are less in the lower regions for initial presentation, it is not implausible. An abnormal LP result can indicate an MS mimicry or it can identify the mimicry specifically. ... (8 replies)

Brain MRI/lesions
Aug 18, 2015
... Your lesions could have been with you since you were an infant and could be linked to a simpple infection or high fever. There are many causes of lesions. ... (4 replies)
Brain MRI/lesions
Aug 18, 2015
... Migranes, infection and age can all contribute to lesions. What you need to understand is that MS lesions, are different from every other type. The size, shape and placement of them is completely different, which is how your doctor can tell them apart. ... (4 replies)
Second opinion??
Aug 26, 2015
... I will add, that MS lesions are very specific. They have a particular shape and size, so just because lesions were found, that doesnt equate that they are MS lesions. ... (2 replies)
... he last 10 yrs I have had many medical issues. After a period of rt sided numbness last yr, I was seen by a neuron Dr. She ordered a brain MRI. This came back as MS vs TIA. She chose to treat me for the TIA. ... (5 replies)
Brain MRI/lesions
Aug 18, 2015
... I'm not an expert, but you can get lesions from migraines, and also if you are older, lesions are more normal. MS isn't the only cause of lesions. That's why they have to combine your MRI results with your other test results to make a diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... Hi. I dont know if this will make you feel better or not, but I have been dx since 2004. I was dx with over 50 lesions on my brain. ... (5 replies)
... The lesion which is active may or may not have an impact on you. Your body may even rewire and bypass a lesion, but this is not a guarantee. As the number of lesions present along a given pathway, the effects may come to be noticed as the scar tissue impedes the speed of the electrical impulses. ... (5 replies)
... The meds will not prevent lesions from forming nor prevent MS from progressing. The number of lesions do not necessarily equate to disability or rate of progression. Lesions just have to be in certain locations for them to affect the MSer. ... (5 replies)
... You may find that their are doctors who would rather sit on the fence than deliver "bad news". When I was out in California and my MS worsened, the MS doctor did not believe my original diagnosis and would never commit to it. Some of it was snobbish behavior because my doctor used an MRI before her hospital. ... (5 replies)
... of MS, you have to meet the criteria of the Revised McDonald Criteria. Thought your various problems have been ongoing for 10 years, you may be experiencing an MS Mimicry or may have just recently started developing MS symptoms. Your doctor's statement on the LP being the definitive test is wrong. ... (5 replies)
Second opinion??
Aug 25, 2015
... without contrast. On the mri they found 2 lesions. He referred me to a neurologist. ... (2 replies)
Lhermitte's
Aug 10, 2015
... The onset of L'Hermittes alone wont get you the dx, however, they very well may do another MRI. If that shows the lesions in your spine which would cause the L'Hermittes, along with the presentation of the symptoms, this may get you the dx. ... (8 replies)
Lhermitte's
Aug 9, 2015
... meet the Revised McDonald Criteria, you should be able to get a diagnosis. After 6 years, any lesions, if you have them, should be visible on an MRI. Those lesions would have to be consistent with MS too. ... (8 replies)
... There is no way to know why no lesions were present. Also, if an MRI was not read properly or was not run properly, abnormalities can be missed. The problem also goes to the person reading the MRI and their relevant experience. ... (12 replies)
... Are the lesions related to the migranes you experienced? ... (12 replies)
MS Symptoms
Jun 27, 2015
... however MSers are more likely to get it, because MS is a disease of the central nervous system, which includes the eyes, brain and spine. ... (2 replies)
... I suppose because of your MRI you didn't need anymore testing to get a dx but is there anything you would recommend besides the specialist and bloodwork? ... (12 replies)


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