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Help please!
Aug 31, 2015
... of MSers who present initially without lesions. ... (7 replies)
... of MS, you have to meet the criteria of the Revised McDonald Criteria. Thought your various problems have been ongoing for 10 years, you may be experiencing an MS Mimicry or may have just recently started developing MS symptoms. Your doctor's statement on the LP being the definitive test is wrong. ... (5 replies)
Second opinion??
Aug 25, 2015
... A spinal tap and the rest of your tests are not specific tests for MS. I do not think your neurologist is an MS Specialist. An MS diagnosis is made through the elimination of known MS mimicries. ... (2 replies)

Second opinion??
Aug 25, 2015
... He said the lesions could be from migraines or head trauma. I don't have either. It is hard to ignore the foot drop. I am tripping all the time now. ... (2 replies)
... Anxiety is a major MS mimicry and uncontrolled it can debilitate like MS. Some of your issues could be due to your job. ... (25 replies)
MS fear
Jun 9, 2015
... You cannot rule out MS without a MRI of the brain, cspine and Lumbar spine. ... (8 replies)
... region is felt to be related to T2 shine through. There are several areas of hyperintense abnormal T2 signal noted. There are a couple of small periventricular lesions in the right posterior frontal white matter. ... (12 replies)
Could it be MS?
Jul 18, 2015
... Have you had any blood tests to rule out a vitamin or mineral deficiency. MS has many mimicries including Vitamin D and B12 deficiencies. Our youngest son was quite large and it took my wife 2 years to fully recover. ... (7 replies)
... When my MS hit me, that is the first time I finally noticed it, was when my right arm went limp. tingling, numb, and then without use. This was in 1982, but I had had MS since at least 1977. ... (21 replies)
... An MRI CANNOT rule MS in or out. ... (22 replies)
Checking In Again
Jul 30, 2015
... As a side note, your divorce ranks fairly high on stress events within our lives. Stress can cause MS symptoms to present and could be linked towards your newest lesions. ... (3 replies)
So scared
Jul 26, 2015
... ctor may see you as progressive, but most are initially diagnosed as RRMS until sufficient observation changes the type. Your RRMS years may have already passed without a diagnosis. ... (14 replies)
So scared
Jul 26, 2015
... I've two weeks to wait to see a Neuro..... I've had all these MS symptoms for over 10yrs. Tingling in finger tips constantly, I mean not one day without this sentsation for over 10yrs. Lethargic constantly for over 10yrs. Strain in my neck since then also ...... ... (14 replies)
Abnormal EMG
Jul 18, 2015
... I have an MRI with multiple lesions that the doc says "are in the right place for MS", an LP that was normal with the exception of very low fluid pressure, normal labs except an elevated sed rate. ... (8 replies)
... MSJAYHAWK, Thanks for your thoughts. I rang the GP'S practice today to ask if Lyrica can cause swelling of the ankles. Another doc got back to me and said they shouldn't cause swelling of the ankles. He advised to not take them for the weekend to see if the swelling goes down, if it does go down he said resume taking the tablets. If not call into them. I'm getting... (17 replies)
... Stress, such as your holiday booking problem, is a significant trigger. Back in 1982 my MS Specialist told me to get a handle on my stress or I would be headed to an early grave or severe disability. Our tolerances can change if we have MS. ... (17 replies)
Brain MRI
Jul 9, 2015
... An MRI should be with and without contrast. The contrasting will "light up" active lesions. ... (7 replies)
... setting your benchmark of "normal" can also allow you to move forward without grieving for the "old normal". Could these symptoms eventually disappear? ... (7 replies)
Help me understand
Jun 23, 2015
... Spinal cord lesions can be found due to diabetes mellitus. It is more common in diabetics who also have a spinal cord injury. ... (14 replies)
... spine MRIs with and without contrast, which I had done on Monday. I will see him again probably next week when the results are in. He also works at an MS clinic and he had me call one of the nurses at the clinic to check in with them. ... (3 replies)


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