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... it came back with potentially Multiple Sclerosis. I went to a neurologist, not much help except being told it is not MS because they know what it looks like and that's not it. Well over the years things have gotten worse. ... (4 replies)
... thus causing you to have sensitivity to touch. Its not unusual for this to be a MS symtom. The eye thing, could be the beginning of an attack or Optical Neuritis, also caused by inflammation of the optic nerve. ... (1 replies)
... It does sound like the doctor was referring to Optic Neuritis but, I'm not positive. Was it possibly an Opthamologist and not an Optometrist. An Opthamologist is a MD, an Optometrist is not. ... (8 replies)

... you for all of your responses. I am just sooo frustrated and I love that I can vent here without judgement. ... (5 replies)
... I'm 21 years old and for the past two months I have had slight tingling in both feet and both hands. My hands stopped tingling but my feet still tingle. Its more annoying than anything else. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Cindy and Bearygood. ... (29 replies)
... ophthalmologist is a neurologist who specializes in conditions of the eye. They have degress in both neurology and ophthalmology. That said, you may have to do a little research. ... (12 replies)
... opthamologist rather than a regular Opthamologist for MS. That question came up inside another post and I didnt want to hijack it, so I thought Id start another thread and let everyone contribute their thoughts. ... (12 replies)
... Apriella. sorry to hear you are in distress. Its hard to answer your question because there really isnt such a thing as early MS...its either MS or it isnt. ... (4 replies)
... when that didn't work he sent me to see an opthamologist and they sent me to a neurologist, the first neurologist thought I had something called Meige's Syndrome and set up an MRI and also sent me to another neurologist who deals with this particular syndrome.... ... (4 replies)
Probable MS...?
Sep 22, 2007
... Its a situation where bending the neck or leaning forward can send those shock waves thru your neck, brain and eyes... its VERY common to MS patients, it comes and goes...does no real damage, but hurts like the dickens and is quite discomforting altogether. I get it now and then.... ... (36 replies)
... I had to look this up but my eye doctor is an optometrists. Actually, this has been pretty slow. I started ON in May. Saw my eye doctor and he said it was probably ON caused by a virus because I had a bit of a temp, very tired, and not feeling normal. ... (3 replies)
... Hi L. For someone who is confused and frustrated, you are making perfect sense! As a vetern of ON 4 times to date, I can honestly tell you it can be moderate or severe. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there. I read your post, and I can understand how afraid you are. Being that I do not know about pars planitis, I had to look it up. ... (5 replies)
... people told me they believe it to be MS. My optometrist, My opthamologist, and my Rheumatologist. The one that says no is the Neurologist and it is her opinion that carries the decision. But, I don't know why she doesn't want to say it. I've asked. ... (4 replies)
... My MRI was clear however and so I was told if can be caused by the flu, but my opthamologist today wants me to redo some of my tests for MS as he is not satisfied. How often does this happen with clear MRIs and DX? ... (2 replies)
... gotten it back. The opthamologist and neurologist supect ms as a big factor, however i was asked to see a cardioologist as well which he agrees to the possible ms but wants me to take a thyriod test because even though my tests on my heart came back fine, there was a bit of odd activitly and he thinks it could be that. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Jen. Unfortunately your description does not sound like MS. First of all, no one feels MS in their brain. There is no feeling of something squirming in your brain. You also do not get chills or sweats or poops... ... (4 replies)
... Hi. You wrote "BUT, now my neuro changed my diagnosis from MS to NMO which is basically a version of MS that has all symptoms of MS plus vision loss. But you can have vision issues like my dimness with MS. It is called optic neuritis apparently. ... (4 replies)
... I have MS and have none of the symptoms you mentioned, except when I am experiencing Optical Neuritis, then a few of them do fit. ... (2 replies)


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