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Is this MS?
Mar 16, 2012
... statement of the disease, my mind has been going about a thousand miles a minute these days and not being able to move the side of my mouth is very unsettling. ... (3 replies)
Possible MS
Mar 9, 2012
... I also wouldnt be so quick to write off Fibro...its highly possible, and your symptoms are classic. ... (3 replies)
... Disability is not prevelant, but is always a possiblity, this is something that you and your doctor will have to fill out forms on and work on together...if this isnt the case, then talk to your doctor about whether or not he feels you should be concerned about it for the future. ... (24 replies)

... for sure. HOWEVER, most of us have had MS for more than 10 years before we ever have a symtom of it. ... (2 replies)
... Go see an opthamologist. An optomostrist has very little equiptment and makes glasses and fits contacts, they are not a medical doctor. ... (3 replies)
Possible ms???
Jan 27, 2012
... Hi and welcome. Ditto to what Jayhawk said to you. Please do make sure the Neuro you go see is a MS specialist...but do you have the MRI report? ... (5 replies)
... and every single time, the MS Specialist agrees with the regular Neuro. One of these days Ill stop actually going to the specialist, my Neuro rocks. ... (65 replies)
... I was diagnosed with possible MS or CIS two years ago and showed 4 lesions on my MRI. My symptoms eventually dissipated. Now, it's two years later and they've started again with tingling, numbness, buzzing in fingertips, burning sensations, etc. ... (1 replies)
... s it would have been a start, but she was mostly interested in my previous dx. Although she didn't do the typical neuro exam, at least she asked a few questions and came to the conclusion that MG was a long shot or could possibly be in addition to a separate issue. ... (65 replies)
... Hi Laura, and wow. ... (65 replies)
... opthamologist and even without a pupillary difference, he still thinks it's retrobulbar optic neuritis. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you both for your advice and support. I've spent most of the last two days in the hospital and they haven't been wasted. ... (65 replies)
... Initially, coping wasnt easy. I truly believe it was a few people here who helped me through it. And, at one point, about a year into it, my husband and I went thru a really bad time...but we came out on top. It takes communication and being grounded. ... (65 replies)
... Wow! Again, I am amazed! I had never heard of the MS hug so I looked it up. When I read it I was astounded. I sent my husband the link and he got very serious and said "Uhm, this sounds a little bit too familiar. ... (65 replies)
... You asked about if ON comes back and you get steroids, will it help with this condition. ... (14 replies)
... cataracts, was not the right type of opthamologist for you. You really needed someone who works with diseases of the eye. ... (14 replies)
... Hi and welcome to health boards. Every state has different answers to your question. Here in NJ, you would NOT pass the eye exam and would not be able to renew your license. But in PA, right across the river, you would be allowed to drive until 5 pm. They would restrict your night driving. ... (14 replies)
... I wouldnt worry about this. It has absolutely nothing to do with epilepsy and the point of the test is to look for peripheral issues. ... (4 replies)
... I dont really remember the term. That and I take topamax which can dramatically change the pressure in my eyes. ... (8 replies)
... however it can mess with your sleep cycles causing insomnia and such. The stepping on glass feeling is also possible. ... (8 replies)


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