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... There were lesions on MRI! ... (4 replies)
... Were you diagnosed by an MS Specialist? ... (4 replies)
... If your MRI is clear, until your current symptoms stop and you are "back to normal" with the D3 supplement, you cannot eliminate MS as a possibility. ... (14 replies)

... You cannot diagnos MS from a LP. ... (14 replies)
... of MSers present without lesions. Also, your diagnosis should be made by an MS Specialist. ... (14 replies)
... Thanks again for the comments everyone! MSNik, it sounds like your lesions were on your brain? ... (15 replies)
... and a MRI was done immediately. ... (15 replies)
... ahead to do a spinal MRI. You wouldnt have lesions on your spine without some significant symptoms which would have been seen on the MRI. ... (15 replies)
... up with who saw and read the MRI. It should be read and cleared by an MS Specialist, I think. If the report is given a "clear" by way of the Radiologist, then I would ask for a consult with an MS Specialist. ... (15 replies)
... c I have had the brain MRI and neuro exam. ... (15 replies)
... of patients who present with MS like symptoms. It is a major MS mimicry. Vitamin D deficiency can also affect MSers too. ... (15 replies)
... There are over 400 known mimicries of MS. If you are seeing a neurologist, the best step is to make sure your neurologist is an MS Specialist or has experience with diagnosing MS patients. ... (7 replies)
... MS also presents like more than 400 other diseases. No symptoms of MS are ONLY MS symptoms. SO you can say you have X, Y, Z symptoms and read that they are all MS symptoms, but they can also be symptoms of something completely unrelated. ... (3 replies)
... Op is the guy to see. As stated above, they deal with eye diseases which are related to the Central Nervous system. Since yours has ruled this OUT as being MS related, go with it. Its more than likely trigeminal neuralgia related. ... (7 replies)
... as some are general neuros with no special interest or training in MS. You are better off getting treatment started early than waiting for it to get worse. The lesions produced in MS are scars and do not heal, so why wait for more to develop? ... (7 replies)
... It's possible you have MS but it's possible you have something else. ... (7 replies)
... If you are seeing an MS Specialist, your MRI and LP are not specific tests for MS. ... (7 replies)
... MRI in 2011 showed 1 lesion that at the time was suspected to be reduced blood flow and not a lesion at all. MRI was taken due to headaches and trigeminal neuralgia. ... (7 replies)
... The fact that a referral to a neurosurgeon has been made would lessen the possibility of MS especially as you have shared that no lesions are present. Without lesions, you would fail to meet the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (13 replies)
... I am indeed glad you see an MS Specialist. I would then ask him or her directly. Surely something must have piqued their interest. ... (13 replies)

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