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... It is possible to have MS but lesions are not detectable. ... (4 replies)
... Stress and anxiety rank high on the list of MS mimicries. ... (4 replies)
Oct 5, 2016
... MS is an autoimmune disease, the damage, when the body attacks itself is on the central nervous system, which is the eyes, brain and spine. A good MS doctor will order a MRI of the brain and Cspine to begin with.... ... (14 replies)

Still no answers
Sep 22, 2016
... Can you have MS without have lesions on your brain? ... (7 replies)
Still no answers
Sep 21, 2016
... and Nero Dr said no MS and he saw two slight spots but that they definitely weren't MS. To be honest, I started to cry. Which the Dr didn't seem to understand. ... (7 replies)
Sep 8, 2016
... scan he reported the corpus callosum as being clear, so I just wanted a bit of clarification. But my GP was giving me the impression that the scan is stable, the lesions are non specific, it looks like she thinks the 3.5mm has grown, but it's a very small increase. The corpus callosum, she doesn't know. ... (40 replies)
Sep 7, 2016
... on will "light up" the active lesions, BUT it does nothing to confirm or deny MS. It helps narrow the list of culprits. Remember too that doctors diagnosed MS without MRIs long ago. My diagnosis was such. ... (40 replies)
... Optic Neuritis, is also not a form of MS but can accompany MS or can be a standalone disease. I have had ON countless times during my 12 years of being diagnosed with MS, it comes and goes... ... (2 replies)
... s me of dialysis. In fact, dialysis nurses oversee the procedure. My dimness went away within a week as usual, again. BUT, now my neuro changed my diagnosis from MS to NMO which is basically a version of MS that has all symptoms of MS plus vision loss. But you can have vision issues like my dimness with MS. ... (4 replies)
... A CT cannot "see" lesions to the degree MRI's can. An MRI is the primary diagnostic tool used for MS diagnoses. ... (2 replies)
... of MSers present without lesions initially. Because of the variances, the MRI is a diagnostic tool only and cannot verify or deny MS without first eliminating known mimicries and comparing the results to the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (7 replies)
Progressive MS?...
Jul 31, 2016
... Hello...this is my first time ever posting or reaching out on an MS forum. I was diagnosed with MS in July 2014 after 14 years of being told it was all in my head, it was hormonal because I'm a woman, etc, etc. ... (3 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)
Sep 17, 2016
... I told the LA doctor that I had MRI images from 1982. Her reaction was one of disbelief. Although the MRI was archaic in comparison, the lesions were clearly visible. ... (15 replies)
Sep 7, 2016
... At the end of the day, the facts are that i have Multiple lesions on my brain and multiple symptoms. Now if someone presents with debilitating symptoms. Looking at this on paper, tells my story. ... (40 replies)
Sep 6, 2016
... mm. These lesions do not enhance post contrast nor is there a restricted diffusion. The corpus callosum and pericallosal are normal and without signal change. ... (40 replies)
... I am not confident that the neurologist diagnosed correctly when he went from probable Ms to hemiplegic migraine just on the basis of lumbar puncture. No explanation was offered as to that. I just want to be sure of what I am up against. ... (6 replies)
Sep 5, 2016
... like symptoms can present. It is difficult to resolve without a definitive diagnosis. ... (40 replies)
Sep 4, 2016
... E. But if the lesions on my brain are ischemia, would a 5 and 6mm lesion be from ischemia? ... (40 replies)
... spitalized. I wasn't. I reminded him that he ordered the MRI and then he glossed over that, maybe recalling who I was. He pulled up the images, showed me several lesions with no explanation of where they were located...I could tell they were in a few places but no idea on details. ... (7 replies)

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