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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)
MS Without Lesions
Jan 22, 2015
... with ms and no visible lesions, anybody else have the same. ... (5 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)
... First of all, its not possible to get a MS diagnosis and not have lesions. If you want to know more about the criteria which MUST be present to get MS diagnosis, you should look up the revised McDonald criteria. This is what all doctors must use in order to dx MS. ... (23 replies)
... uro. I am not encouraged. To make a long story short, I heard from my GP who spoke to my neuro last week on my behalf and was told my neuro does not think I have MS because my MRI's were clear of lesions and did not know what was wrong. But he did not know that my symptoms, since my first appt., became so much worse. ... (23 replies)
... because he or she would know that you can definately have MS without lesions! You have all the symtoms of someone with MS, thats for sure...Im sorry that life is so difficult for you and that everything is hitting at once. ... (10 replies)
... My MRI came back clear! Symptoms all sound like MS though. Can you get a diagnosis of MS without lesions, or is it very rare? ... (8 replies)
... of MS cases are negative on LP results. Evoked Potential tests can often note the presence of MS without lesions showing up. Each person is different. I can surely empathize with the "limbo" you are feeling. Next month I will be in my 26th year since diagnosis. ... (10 replies)
... has ever diagnosed MS without lesions. As it was explained to me by all of those neuro's, MS is not diagnosed by MRI and spinal tap alone. ... (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)
Possible ms?
Jun 14, 2016
... Sorry to hear of your MRI results. Please note, however, that the lesions presenting CANNOT identify the cause. There are different things which can cause lesions. ... (9 replies)
... In order to eliminate MS as a possibility, I would encourage you to firstly have a full blood test from "A to Z". Lyme disease, Vitamin Deficiencies, etc. ... (2 replies)
... The blood test will remove many MS mimicries from the possible causes. ... (7 replies)
Possible MS
May 3, 2016
... of MSers present initially without lesions. Thus, the MRI is only part of the process of eliminating what is and is not MS. ... (20 replies)
Is it MS?!?
Apr 19, 2016
... Some doctors feel that the patient should be treated as soon as possible, but others wait for a proper diagnosis. I have never taken medication for my MS. My MS is progressive and the DMDs do nothing for progressive MSers. ... (12 replies)




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