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... If you think about the history of MS, before the MRI the doctor did not know about the progression beyond observing. I was one of the first MSers to try out the MRI in 1982. ... (8 replies)
Optic Neuritis
May 26, 2015
... Well, I had the MRI this morning and just got home from seeing my neuro. I do have multiple lesions "suspicious for MS". He read the MRI himself and showed me the lesions. The radiologist report also says suggestive of MS. I am scheduled for an LP a week from Thursday. And so it goes... ... (13 replies)
Optic Neuritis
May 23, 2015
... Vitreous detachment is quite common regarding floaters. Some people think floaters are MS related, but this is not the case. I am glad you are not dealing with ON. ... (13 replies)

Need Advice
May 19, 2015
... The MRI you have scheduled next week should be very telling....vertigo and dizziness do not happen to all MS patients. IT can be a standalone problem. Whether you have the lesions to support MS or not will be determined by the MRI. ... (11 replies)
MS help
May 17, 2015
... You would not necessarily need lesions to cause these symptoms, because these symptoms are not necessarily MS. ... (4 replies)
New to Ms
May 16, 2015
... Hi. When you refer to triggers, you are referring to things which can make MS flare up, right? ... (10 replies)
New to Ms
May 15, 2015
... Please dont worry about things like numbers of lesions or size...MS is a very livable disease. Welcome !! ... (10 replies)
New to Ms
May 11, 2015
... Welcome to the MS family. Do not worry about any particular area where you might have a lesion. ... (10 replies)
... I agree that you need to go to an MS specialist. I was diagnosed back in the prehistoric days of no MRIs. ... (7 replies)
Ms help!!!!!
Apr 29, 2015
... My neurologist gave me all this info to read and decided which MS meds I want to start. Iam so confused? ... (7 replies)
... s related, you are on the right path. Some MSers may present with a single lesion and nothing else further. Based upon the Revised McDonald Criteria at least 2 lesions are needed. ... (14 replies)
... While some of your symptoms do indeed resemble Raynaud's Syndrome, not all do. Raynaud's Syndrome is an MS mimicry. ... (7 replies)
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... The information you have shared comes from a radiologist and needs to be discussed with an MS Specialist if MS is a possibility. White matter signal changes on the MRI essentially means that on the MRI, the white matter showed some scattered bright spots. ... (5 replies)
Apr 15, 2015
... No worries. If you were to have MS lesions, the likelihood of locating them is greatest on the brain and cervical spine. ... (36 replies)
Apr 14, 2015
... Its very possible based on the fact that it can take years for MS symptoms to show up....therefore, you may very well have had the disease for a very long time without knowing it. ... (3 replies)
Apr 14, 2015
... of MSers present initially with no lesions. IF you have lesions, the lesions do not go away. ... (3 replies)
Apr 14, 2015
... Hi all If you have had Ms symptoms for two months , is it still possible lesions may show up on mri /lumbar could be positive ? Thanks (3 replies)
Suspected Ms
Apr 11, 2015
... It is difficult to say "MS" without your having seen a proper doctor and had the various MS mimicries eliminated from contention. There are over 400 known mimicries. Lyme disease, anxiety, vitamin deficiency, etc...... ... (2 replies)
... the Brain MRI will be the most telling. ... (10 replies)

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