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Ms hug?
Jul 30, 2014
... Angie1970, Hoping for the best for you. Regardless of whether you have symptoms presenting at the time of your MRI, if MS is a concern and if it is real, then the evidence should be there (remember 5% of MSers may present with no lesions initially). :angel: (5 replies)
Could I have MS?
Jul 28, 2014
... of MSers present with MS symptoms but without lesions initially. Also, who read you MRI? ... (5 replies)
... A heart healthy diet is good. There is a certain placebo effect when changing diets too. Going all organic is also not a cure. That is, consider the fact that MS is at least 700 years old and the diets varied, but were organic too. ... (3 replies)

... and not knowing the course ms will take any of us its worth a shot!!!!! ... (3 replies)
Progression!
Jul 24, 2014
... Is it inevitable that everyone with ms will eventually have progressive type even if i have had relapsing remitting ms for the last 14yrs? ... (2 replies)
... not exactly a "small" case of MS to be diagnosed with. ... (8 replies)
... neurological issues when my new internist finally decided it was a good idea to do a brain mri and cervical mri which showed numerous brain lesions and areas of demyelination. ... (4 replies)
... I too have severe leg pain and involuntary leg movement. But I also gave had a few MRI's that show the lesions, U must get a MRI to rule out M.S and ease your fears, even if u must be sedated to be able to lie completely still for the hour plus test. ... (3 replies)
... w progression but only truly effective for the first 3 years. I remember the specialist in Chicago telling me this and was very clear to tell me that everyone's MS journey is completely individual and whether it will progress or not is not within our power to change. ... (8 replies)
... two weeks ago and she was reading over the report and said there are a few issues. She asked if my Neuro had talked to me about MS yet and said there are lesions in the "T" something area. ... (7 replies)
Vision issues
Jul 16, 2014
... A low or in your case deficiency of Vitamin D could mimic MS. You can also have MS and a D deficiency. ... (5 replies)
Vision issues
Jul 16, 2014
... Thanks again! I really appreciate the conversation and information. I am seeing a neurologist but Im sure she isn't an ms neuro. I do like her though. Maybe in the future I will seek out another doc. ... (5 replies)
... times a day. The university teaching hospital is good. That said, not every neuro who sees you in the setting is on track to be an MS Specialist and you obviously met some. With any luck, your time and place in their experience will provide a blessing to others down the road. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome. It is possible that you have MS or an MS mimicry. ... (3 replies)
... o me too because 5 years ago I felt exactly the same as I did now after the HPV vaccine except that back then I had trouble walking. They thought I had developed MS from it but it went away after and I had tests done that came back normal. ... (3 replies)
Possible MS
Jun 24, 2014
... therefore, jumping to MS is too big of a jump. ... (3 replies)
Pp-ms
Jun 14, 2014
... If you had lesions from any kind of meningitis or any type of injury, brain infection, etc, the lesions would NOT show up looking like MS lesions, nor would they be in the same place, and NO, they would not cause symptoms years later... ... (15 replies)
... I think you are in great shape in getting to some answers. Your doctor was correct that the 3 lesions could be due to a viral infection. There are many causes for lesions. ... (2 replies)
May I have MS>?>?
May 28, 2014
... No. That is a catchall, for they dont know what they are seeing. MS lesions are VERY specific in size, shape and placement. They are NEVER non specific. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the advice MSJayhawk, I know you're right, I need to stopped analyzing it to death and be patient! (5 replies)


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