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... Hi. My onset symptom was waking up with a completely numb left hand and fingers. ... (15 replies)
... Thank you all for the replies. I wasn't too concerned with the waiting for answers. I've always had to wait for answers and grown accustomed to it, but this recent fatigue is growing quite old quickly. That's why I suddenly want to know what's going on. ... (7 replies)
... You and I have similar backgrounds. And, reading each of the posts, and knowing you speak the language, there isnt alot that I can add to what Jayhawk and Snoopy told you in the first two responses. ... (7 replies)

... so ruling it out is not always easy. Its also fairly common for an opthamologist who finds Optical Nueritis to also be the one to point a patient towards a MS diagnosis...but not always. My brother has had optical neuritis 6 times, and is constantly being checked for MS, and doesnt appear to have it. ... (4 replies)
... I do have to agree, you can ask 1000 people and you probably wont get the same answer twice. MS is very individualized. ... (6 replies)
... Ive had MS for a decade now and originally tried all the diets. None worked for me and I was diligent about trying them. ... (7 replies)
Need Advice
Nov 2, 2014
... Your pupil issues sound like they could be neurological as well and sometimes a good opthamologist can find things which a GP might miss. ... (7 replies)
Alcohol and MS
Jan 6, 2006
... I had one bad exp with to much alcohol in 94. After a night out with lots of drinking I awoke the next morning with VERY blurred vision in my right eye that proccede to get worse over the next 24 hours. Went to the opthamologist and dx with optic neuritis and 80% vision loss in the eye. Neuro ordered steroids but it was very frightening and also lost use of my right... (8 replies)
... ses". Actually, there really isnt. Other than that they are both autoimmune in nature, thats about where it ends. One does not have anything to do with the other and neither is a precursor to the other....worry not! ... (5 replies)
... Hello all. I have been having ongoing symptoms for approximately 2.5 years now. I live in a small town where i have regularly seen a neuro over this whole time and I have not yet got a diagnosis of anything. ... (15 replies)
... Hello!! I got back from the neuro opthamologist and he couldn't find anything wrong. He said because I have migraines it could be from that. ... (11 replies)
... My name is Lisa and I am 48 yrs old. I was just dx'd with ms yesterday. I woke up on April 11 and couldn't see out of my right eye. After a emergency trip to the opthamologist and referrel to a neuro and a mri. it is ms. I am terrified. My husband and I have so many things we want to do and I want to do them all. ... (6 replies)
... You wrote"OK I took a luke warm bath today, BIG difference. I just need some more clarification, my "triggers" seem to be heat and exercise, both of these impact my vision. ... (20 replies)
... however your symptoms may very wel be related to an attack which you had recently and these are the symptoms. MS can cause nerves to jump, as you described the bee sting type pain.....and Optical Neuritis can present as you describe with the brief pain behind the eye. ... (3 replies)
... She recommended I see an opthamologist and ms specialist next. ... (3 replies)
... Can anyone help me, I am so confused and I am not getting a straight answer from the dr. ... (3 replies)
... both laughed at me and told me that this was done with very few patients and is in no way accurate. ... (4 replies)
... would it mattter if you werent seen by a MS specialist urgently? ... (9 replies)
... Hi there and welcome to health boards! ... (15 replies)
... Thanks so much for the info on copaxone and weight gain. Maybe I'll try to lose ten pounds before I start taking it, so when I add 10 pounds it won't matter. ... (6 replies)


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