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... To an inexperienced doctor or one without MS experience, an MRI might seem fine. White dots on your MRI might be "noise" or might be lesions. ... (6 replies)
So far not MS?
Aug 11, 2014
... Fibro symptoms can overlap with MS. There are some MSers with both MS and Fibro. ... (7 replies)
So far not MS?
Aug 10, 2014
... If your neurologist is an MS Specialist, I would lean towards MS. If fibro was probable, you would be seeing another specialist. ... (7 replies)

... relapsing without having a Lumbar Puncture done? ... (4 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)
... MSJayHawk, Thank you so much for your valuable response.There's a lot of information and your insight is appreciated :) (4 replies)
... daily without any reason. They progressed and kept getting worse, until this past Wednesday when I was in a Costco and my legs felt very weak. ... (4 replies)
MRI test results
Aug 6, 2014
... Based upon the information, I would have to conclude that the image has not yet been read. You should also ignore the peak and wait for the MS Specialist to read it rather than the radiologist. ... (2 replies)
... There is no specific tests for MS. All of the testing is done to eliminate MS mimicries. An LP is not necessary for a diagnosis, but it is recommended as a test to eliminate known mimicries. You can still be diagnosed without an LP. ... (4 replies)
... I dont want to dissappoint you, but it does sound like you are misinformed. First of all, MS is a progressive disease. ... (11 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)
... With the additional information you shared, I would say that an MS Specialist should be sought. An MRI can change quickly. Evidence of lesions is something that never leaves. Given the symptoms since your last MRI and the length of time, if there are lesions, they should be visible. ... (13 replies)
... Is your neurologist an MS Specialist? ... (13 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)
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)
... 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)
... The McDonald Criteria for the diagnosis of MS relies heavily on the MRI, with evidence consistent with MS. Although it is possible to receive a diagnosis without fully meeting the criteria it can take time and follow ups with your Neurologist. ... (13 replies)
Heat Intolerance?
Jun 24, 2014
... Beginning in 2002 I started noting times when I would start to lose energy, get fatigued, or start sweating without stopping. ... (19 replies)
Ms?
Nov 8, 2013
... at least at this time. Your wifes symptoms never really sounded like MS to me, and according to the revised McDonald Criteria, which is what a doctor uses to diagnose MS, without lesions, it cant be MS. ... (19 replies)


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