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... Just my two cents, but I had to stop Rebif years ago because of building up antibodies to Interferon. I went a full year without a single symptom, but when I had my next MRI, I had developed 20 new lesions. I went on and off 6 other DMDs over the next 5 years. ... (3 replies)
Apr 14, 2015
... Its very possible based on the fact that it can take years for MS symptoms to show up....therefore, you may very well have had the disease for a very long time without knowing it. ... (3 replies)
Suspected Ms
Apr 11, 2015
... It is difficult to say "MS" without your having seen a proper doctor and had the various MS mimicries eliminated from contention. There are over 400 known mimicries. Lyme disease, anxiety, vitamin deficiency, etc...... ... (2 replies)

... of MSers may present without lesions. ... (6 replies)
... My mum was diagnosed with MS by a neurologist just hours ago today. He saw white lesions in the brain in an MRI scan. ... (2 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)
... Low or deficient Vitamin D can succinctly mimic MS without lesions. The vitamin D level can continue to bring out symptoms and debilitate, but supplements of D3 can reverse this. Your GP can help you. ... (16 replies)
... I don't meet the diagnostic criteria for MS my Neurologist said yesterday,But in his medical opinion there is a risk of developing MS. Do you see my point ? ... (24 replies)
... of MSers who present initially without lesions. ... (24 replies)
... ALS would be unfortunate, but it does have specific tests available. It is one of the first eliminations my MS Specialist runs. ... (10 replies)
MS Scare.....
Feb 1, 2015
... of MSers present initially without lesions. ... (7 replies)
... however as an MSer with hundreds of lesions and quite a few symptoms, no one who has ever tested me for hormone related reasons has ever suggested it would or could help with MS.... ... (3 replies)
... My advice to you is to put the neuro behind you and see an MS Specialist. If it is MS, it is quite literally in your head. ... (11 replies)
... My interpretation of my Neurologist letter is one that he has, a suspicion about MS in my particular case. ... (17 replies)
... This means you do not meet criteria, and the fact that the lesions do not suggest demylination is why the doctor is not suggesting MS at this time. ... (17 replies)
... As I mentioned before, MS is very difficult to diagnos. There are over 400 diseases and disorders which mimic MS. ... (10 replies)
... Sorry to hear of your predicament. Of immediate concern is if the neuro who will see you on the 26th is an MS Specialist or has the experience to diagnose MS. ... (3 replies)
... RI of your head. The MRI is one of the diagnostic tools used in diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis. In your case the MRI was clear. Although it is possible to have MS and still have a clear MRI it is not common. ... (16 replies)
... has an average for MSers. There are factors which can cause lesions and though you might be unaware, the lesions can date back to something as early as your infancy. ... (8 replies)
... I did read that the periventricular areas of the brain is a classic one where lesions appear. I also read up a bit on age related lesions and don't see how any would apply to me. ... (8 replies)

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