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... You shared "stress" as a trigger. While this could certainly all be stress related, MS cannot be ruled out yet. Your initial MRI could have been clear, but by this time, if it is MS, there should be lesions, I think. ... (2 replies)
... We have suspected I have an AI disease. However the nuero wants to do an MRI and MRA and then a spinal tap. She wants to rule out tumors, MS, and other lesions. ... (2 replies)
... It is possible to have MS but lesions are not detectable. ... (4 replies)

... id that I had had some scars in my eyes but that she wasn't concerned that they could be from dust in the air. I'm 33 which from my research is the median age of ms diagnosis and my dr has thrown it into the ring as a possibility I have a neurologist appt in 3 weeks. Am I freaking out for nothing? ... (7 replies)
Limbo help!
Oct 13, 2016
... of MSers. I did not experience it until 2002 when my MS worsened. ... (26 replies)
... evaluation and MRIs are normal MS becomes highly unlikely. ... (10 replies)
... Fibromalagia...That was a thought a doctor had mentioned and I went to see a specialist who diagnosed it and he said I did not have Fibro...My sister in law has MS and she has body twitches, numbness, vibrations etc just like me. So it was always on my mind...I never had a MRI of my spine.... ... (10 replies)
Oct 6, 2016
... MSjayhawk my mistake, I had lumbar puncture in 2014. The cardiology tests are upcoming. MS was ruled on my negative lumbar puncture results, no typical MS lesion locations or typical symptoms. Yet, juxtacortical is written as a location, pericallosal written as a location. ... (14 replies)
Oct 5, 2016
... Hi MSNik, yes I've had many MRI's!! Seen lot's of neurologists two of whom were MS specialists. It's the MS specialist in London who I was referring to in my earlier post. He looked at my scans examined me and said a process may be happening. ... (14 replies)
Oct 5, 2016
... A MRI is the first test given to a potential MSer. ... (14 replies)
Limbo help!
Sep 28, 2016
... How ironic that your bf has MS and you are now being tested for it. I want you to remember two things which are really important. MS affects men differently than women AND no two MS patients have the same symptoms or develop the same progression. ... (26 replies)
... Lesions can be due to multiple causes. If your findings were 2 mm or less, it is more likely not MS and more likely simply a migraine or possibly an infection. MS lesions have an average size of 7 mm, but the size can vary. ... (3 replies)
... Lesions, when they present, do not confirm or deny MS. The MRI is but one tool. Lesion size and shape can be another factor. Seeing a general neurologist may not get you closer to an answer. ... (11 replies)
Might have MS
Jul 27, 2016
... but self diagnosing on the net is not the answer. MS is the most searched disease next to Cancer, so anything you put in might pull up MS as a possibility. ... (2 replies)
Cervical Spine Mri
Sep 11, 2016
... The MS specialist has written peripheral white matter lesions seen on my Mri. Is it possible that there is a connection? ... (7 replies)
Sep 8, 2016
... vascular. I will see a rheumatologist and see what he thinks. I understand radiologists only report what they see. My February 2015 Mri report and my January 2016 report were reported on by the same radiologist. ... (40 replies)
Sep 7, 2016
... I will tell you that I was diagnosed in 1982 and was one of the first to have an MRI for MS diagnoses. Actually, they theorized about the MRI and ask me to test their theory. The diagnostic process then was quite archaic in comparison. ... (40 replies)
... he has a lot of fine motor skills problems. Also he has pretty acute memory trouble and depression as a result of being unable to work. I know it is said that MS isn't officially hereditary, but I've read of multiple instances of whole generations of some families being diagnosed. So I'm aware I'm at heightened risk. ... (3 replies)
Sep 4, 2016
... I'm not doing very well. My last Mri showed a 3.5mm lesion. Stable and no progression if you can remember. I've just had another Mri recently and asked for it to be compared to my 2014 and 2016 January Mri. ... (40 replies)
... however, not all lesions are MS related. Lesions can come from infection, trauma, migranes and a host of other things. ... (3 replies)

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