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Multiple Sclerosis Board Index
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Possible MS?
Dec 14, 2016
... I would hesitate to jump to MS without a comprehensive diagnostic process. ... (11 replies)
... 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)

... Hello, I'm new here and just worried about a possible MS diagnosis. It's a long story so I am apologizing in advance.. ... (8 replies)
... MRI report is more helpful, in my opinion, and may offer you more insight as to the possibilities of findings. However, the MRI report is not a diagnosis. Brain lesions can be caused by many different things, so simply having brain lesions doesn't mean MS. ... (3 replies)
... I saw a neurologist who sent me for a brain MRI without contrast, and they found one large periventricular lesion and two smaller lesions. ... (3 replies)
Scared - ms?
Nov 26, 2016
... You have shared that you are anxious. An MS Specialist would probably ask that your anxiety be under control in order to eliminate any MS mimicry. ... (23 replies)
Ms?
Nov 20, 2016
... n't think the doctors think I have Lymes or any other infectious disease. If it's a virus it's a long time leaving so I think a biopsy would help determine these lesions as to their type at least. Inflammatory, infectious, cysts, tumours benign or malignancy. ... (6 replies)
Ms?
Nov 19, 2016
... rus that affects muscles is what the senior GP said the other day to me as his guess of what is causing my symptoms. The one concern I have in all of this is why lesions are developing and large ones at that. I don't think the lesions and my symptoms are not connected. I believe they are. ... (6 replies)
... Having brain lesions does not mean you have MS, many things can cause lesions. ... (11 replies)
... he discovery of brain lesions. I am now awaiting Neurology appt. on Dec 15. In the mean time my symptoms are getting worse. For the past month, it is hard to eat without stomach being upset and severe heartburn. ... (11 replies)
... You wrote "Also given the fact that my symptoms began in 2014, and an increase of 13 New lesions showed up on my Mri is evidence that all is not as it should be. Lumbar puncture was relied upon as a given that I didn't have MS. ... (16 replies)
... Vitamin D and B12 deficiencies are known MS mimicries. If you were or are experiencing a B12 deficiency, this might be responsible for lack of energy or lethargy. ... (12 replies)
Ischemia
Nov 3, 2016
... Given the location of the lesions, without an invasive biopsy, it is really difficult to define what type of lesion is present. Be patient and allow the cardiologist room to investigate. ... (5 replies)
Ischemia?
Oct 24, 2016
... There are many types of lesions. Given the location of the lesion, without a biopsy, it is nearly impossible to know the difference. ... (10 replies)
MS Without Lesions
Jan 22, 2015
... It is possible to diagnose MS without MRI evidence. ... (5 replies)
MS Without Lesions
Jan 29, 2015
... When I first had weird symptoms, I had an MRI that showed one small lesion so MS was 'ruled out' and I was basically told all my pain was in my head. That was in 2008. ... (5 replies)
MS Without Lesions
Jan 23, 2015
... ork, heart doctors, gastro doctors, endocrine doctors the whole nine yards. I feel that everything has been ruled out. In addition, my neuro exam shows me and my MS specialist that something is definitely wrong. She said I am positive something is going on I just have to find it. ... (5 replies)
MS Without Lesions
Jan 22, 2015
... O contrast. In addition had a clean LP. My MS specialist highly suspects MS after review of my symptoms I have had and my neuro exam with her. ... (5 replies)
MS Without Lesions
Jan 22, 2015
... There are some of the 5% herein on the boards. :angel: (5 replies)




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