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Help please!
Sep 1, 2015
... spine MRI but the lumbar puncture can be abnormal that would indicate MS or another autoimmune disease? ... (8 replies)
... und a MS Comprehensive Care Center near me that says they not only test for MS, but they will also rule out other possibilities. I am going to call them tomorrow and find out more. With any luck my insurance will cover most of the costs since it sounds like it could get very expensive. ... (10 replies)
... No worries. There are some doctors who will list MS as one of many fields they cover. My MS Specialist only sees MSers and will assist with ALS if needed, but her specialty is still MS. The MRI with contrast will allow any active lesions to "light up" . ... (10 replies)

... Thanks for your update. The VEP can indeed see things (measure inconsistencies) before a lesion becomes apparent. The Revised McDonald Criteria requires 2 lesions for a diagnosis of MS in addition to other requirements. IF IF IF you have MS, the lesions will eventually present. You might need to wait 2-6 months. When I had my VEP in 2002, the MS Specialist ordered... (13 replies)
... In May of 06 I started to get real weak and got a headache that was never ending. My symptoms at this time were, tingling, pins and needles, weakness, fatigue, neck pain and some more things. ... (7 replies)
My Story....
May 17, 2010
... In May of 06 I started to get real weak and got a headache that was never ending. My symptoms at this time were, tingling, pins and needles, weakness, fatigue, neck pain and some more things. ... (2 replies)
Do I have MS?
Mar 25, 2007
... spine mri and they were both normal, neurologist said anxiety as well. My symptoms after 6 longs weeks went away on their own. ... (10 replies)
... spine mri and they were both normal, neurologist said anxiety as well. My symptoms after 6 longs weeks went away on their own. ... (7 replies)
... old female. My symptoms started with blurred vision in my right eye in January. It has yet to let up. I have tingling sensations occasionally in my left hand and painful needle stabbing feeling on the bottom of my feet. ... (12 replies)
... After a bout with viral meningitis back in 1998, I started having facial numbness and tingling, then my left foot went numb on the entire outside and part of the bottom and top. I was stumbling and falling alot, I was confusing my words, extreamly tired, my skin burned. I saw my PcP who was a D.O. ... (0 replies)
Is it finally MS?
Mar 18, 2016
... MS mimicries are eliminated and the final results are weighed against the Revised McDonald Criteria. ... (12 replies)
Possible ms
Sep 14, 2013
... I see. I spent more time traveling and working in Australia than the UK. ... (15 replies)
... he has since left me twisting in the wind which feels really bad and scary. ... (8 replies)
... had to go pick them up from the imaging center myself since my neurologist never called to tell me what was going on. at any rate, the scan was negative for any abnormalities. i keep thinking about the proximity of the scan and the IVSM, but since i had a normal 1. ... (9 replies)
... Gotcha. Again though, I just want to stress that there are people who have come out of bad exacerbations with little or no residual signs and also unfortunately, vice versa. ... (49 replies)
... spine if something in the brain is showing OR if MS is suspected and NOTHING in the brain is showing. ... (49 replies)
... spine MRI and not a CT!!! ... (49 replies)
... didn't remember the Lyme thing. Okay, with Lyme you can have a negative Western Blot and I don't know for sure but I don't THINK you would see improvement in 10 days for sure and certainly, not if it wasn't the right type of antibiotic. ... (26 replies)
... spine and I was told that there were two lesions that showed up, but the radiologist didn't think they were conclusive for demyelination. ... (11 replies)
... Lanahoop, yes, I've read that spinal lesions are more likely to impact mobility than brain lesions. But I've also read that the impact of brain lesions can't really be predicted. ... (2 replies)




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