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... I am a 43 year old female. I have been having internal jitters and shakes for weeks now pretty much all day, better when falling asleep, but I wake up in middle of the night I have them. Not visible on outside generally, Of course I am tired all the time. Rheumy says I have fibromyalgia most likely. I have no appetite, stuggling to keep weight on. Some Dry mouth and... (4 replies)
... I have had one follow up MRI 3 months later, the unofficial word is that the spots were exactly the same. ... (0 replies)
MRI Changes
Feb 4, 2015
... Whatever the MRI, it is not a specific test for MS and any doctor who bases a diagnosis upon an MRI result is not a doctor to trust. You should be diagnosed by first eliminating any known mimicry. ... (12 replies)

Need Advice
Nov 2, 2014
... Hello and thank you for any advice. I am not sure if I have MS or some other illness (neither does the neurologist) but I have been unwell over the last 7 years & getting worse. My symptoms started when I was 27 (I am now 53) with pins & needles in my left hand, face and foot. It lasted a few months, I had a MRI - normal and evoked potentials that were abnormal but the... (17 replies)
... esions. At the age of 36 those findings would not be from normal age. Unfortunately, if no other testing is indicating any positive findings to account for your MRI findings you may be stuck waiting until something else shows up in testing or symptoms. ... (7 replies)
... years, MS is unlikely. He dismissed me losing control of my bladder not once but four times because I have no spinal lesions. So since I have no spinal lesions there's nothing that can be done for it he said. He said that there could be a thousand other reasons for any of my symptoms but wasn't looking into it. ... (12 replies)
May I have MS>?>?
May 28, 2014
... No. That is a catchall, for they dont know what they are seeing. MS lesions are VERY specific in size, shape and placement. They are NEVER non specific. ... (3 replies)
... specific and not in the usual MS locations and probably because it was a 3 tesla MRI rather than the 1.5 tesla's that I've had in the past. However, the first MRI in 2006 showed "UBOs" that were attributed to migraines that I had when I was 9. The MRIs I had following that never showed any "UBOs" again until this 3 tesla. ... (60 replies)
... ast year included 2 episodes of severe fatigue lasting a couple of weeks each. Minor paresthsias of extremities but constant numbness and tingling of my scalp. MRI using the 3 tesla showed 5 Non specific white matter lesions with no spinal cord lesions. ... (60 replies)
... p with my neuro and he said that everything looks normal, and sent me on my way. Doesn't want to follow up in 6 months. I asked him if I should get another brain MRI because it has been over a year since my first one, but he doesn't think its necessary. ... (6 replies)
... Hi there. To be honest, this is not sounding at all like MS. Although you have a few neurological type symptoms, you have had more than one MRI and have seen a neuro, and have had exams all of which sound like they were normal. ... (6 replies)
... would not let anyone pass this off as that. One of the things that can mimic MS is lupus, and several of your symptoms could fit with that, depending on what the MRI brain lesions look like and why your neuro said if you have MS it isn't classic. ... (13 replies)
... Hi birdinflight, It is not uncommon for this phrase to be used. I have had MS a very long time and to this day my brain MRI is "non-specific" meaning my brain lesions, of which there are 3, could be caused by other conditions. Did you ask him if he would run those tests? If not you may want to consider contacting his office to let them know you would like... (8 replies)
... spine. Personally, because you have lesions, I do not think a Rheumatologist will help you at this point unless you have specific test results available that would show that the Rheumatologist was the right doctor. ... (8 replies)
... thout any answers and reduced to tears... i am in the middle of my what i call third relapse, i have almost all of the typical physical symptoms minus ON, had an mri which showed lesions, i was hopeful that i would get some treatment options today but instead i met with a pleasant Dr. ... (8 replies)
... were not lit up on the MRI under contrast, which means they are old....and havent recently formed... ... (11 replies)
Frustrated
Aug 21, 2012
... f the urge to go that lasted about a week and gradually got better. Now i just have the burning mostly with weakness and fatigue seems to go in a cycle. I had an mri of brain t and c spine without contrast that showed non specific brain lesions nothing in the spine. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks i'm in Ontario and I have already had a brain MRI and cspine. I will go in june for tspine. My neuro does not want to repeat the MRI for 1 year which i know my family doctor said 6 months. ... (7 replies)
... specific white matter lesions 4 of them. Cspine multilevel disk disease nothing and currently waiting for tspine. ... (7 replies)
Need advice please
Apr 22, 2012
... A MRI wouldnt show pinched nerves.....so there is no way of knowing if you have any without a CT scan. ... (9 replies)


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