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... Wow, that is crazy that you developed so many new lesions while on LDN. I just started taking LDN this Monday. First night I took only 1.5mg, then next night I took 3mg... had NO side effects.. ... (7 replies)
... in my hands and fingers...thinking "pinched nerve" my regular doc sent me for a CT scan, which showed abnormalities, and a Neuro was called in. One hour and One MRI later, I had an instant dx of MS. ... (7 replies)
... Without any positive testing results that could support a diagnosis of MS it is pretty darn hard to get diagnosed with this disease. ... (7 replies)

... If your MRI is read by a doctor with little or no experience with MS, things can be missed or dismissed due to "blindness" based upon the doctor's particular specialty. ... (7 replies)
... As far as I know my internal med doc read the MRI. I know that new or developing lesions only show up under contrast which is why it confused me as to why he would want to do it that way. ... (7 replies)
... The doctor suspected MS which is reasonable. Who read your MRI? ... (7 replies)
... Physical Therapists do not have the medical background to determine if someone has MS or something else and they should not be suggesting a medical cause for someone's symptoms. ... (5 replies)
... Without at least two lesions and clinical presentations, a diagnosis of MS would not be within your grasp. ... (5 replies)
... rniated slipped disc etc. IV steroids infused allowed me to finally walk again! My blood levels were off but my RF factor was negative. ANA also negative. No lesions or bands present but the neuro felt that my brainstem was being pulled down and the team shot down his theory. ... (5 replies)
... An MRI cannot confirm or deny MS. Lesions which appear on an MRI can be from a multitude of causes and can be present since childhood due to a high fever among other possibilities. ... (5 replies)
... It is possible for damage from MS to be seen by MRI when the patient is currently having problems, However, this is not always the case. ... (5 replies)
... Luckily, my MRI has been very stable past 2 years with NO new lesions. ... (7 replies)
... Hello. I am a 31 year old female and am suffering the vast majority of MS symptoms. My symptoms are more severe and combined than any I've come across yet via discussion boards. ... (5 replies)
... I'm starting to feel like maybe MS isn't the diagnoses, as the only thing they have found is a few lesions on my brain MRI and clinical ON... Everything else is coming back within normal limits... ... (9 replies)
... Thank you!! I have 6 lesions however I was told they are not in the "right" place in the brain the first MRI I had 8 years ago there was only 1. Thanks again. ... (19 replies)
How to proceed...
Apr 10, 2014
... attack. If I do not have another attack, like not being able to move my foot we will repeat the full scan in a year, but sooner if I do. She said that the Brain MRI I had done was of poor quality, the place that i went for that only did 21 slices and they normally do 50. ... (23 replies)
... tingling but I mostly ignored that and ordered VEP along with brain mri with and without contrast. ... (3 replies)
How to proceed...
Mar 27, 2014
... Thank you so much for all of your advice. I went and saw the MS Specialist today. What a relief. Finally someone that listened to me. I told her everything that I could think of relevant or not. ... (23 replies)
... ally for back pain and vision problems. A week after seeing the neuro I woke up one morning with no feeling in BOTH arms down through hands. Went to ER and had a MRI done to rule out MS. MRI came back with a "few" lesions. Admitted for observation, blood draw, and a spinal tap. ... (9 replies)
... It is always possible that your clear MRI might be due to the Avonex, unfortunately, there is no way to know for sure. Lesions can disappear regardless if you use one of the MS treatments or not. ... (15 replies)


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