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... If you only had peripheral neuropathy and no other symptoms your doctor's thoughts would be correct. Since you have MS, it is impossible to say it is or is not MS related because the PNS is linked to your brain via your CNS. I have PNS neuropathy and my MS Specialist links it to my MS. ... (6 replies)
... I have been told that having peripheral neuropathy and multiple sclerosis is not related by my specialist. Wondering if anyone else has both of these. ... (6 replies)
... I always was under the understanding that peripheral neuropathy was a very common symptom of MS. It can be common of other things too though. ... (6 replies)

... Thanks so much. I have been seeing both an Ms specialist and a peripheral neuropathy specialist. My diagnosis have been made over the last two years. Just wondering how people who have both diseases know if they are having a relapse. ... (6 replies)
... Peripheral neurpathy means that the network which transmits information between the central nervous system and the brain is damaged. Since MS is a disease of the central nervous system, yes you can have both MS and periperheral neuropathy. ... (6 replies)
... NCV, secondary to MS and resulting from an autoimmune condition? ... (4 replies)
... With a relapse, symptoms for MS do not come and go throughout the day or week. ... (6 replies)
... The CNS is the Brain and spinal cord nerve bundle. The PNS is from the spine attachment and spreading outward from there. The pain might be perceived at points when the lesion on the CNS is the cause. ... (6 replies)
... d by my internist because no one could figure out why I felt so horrible. Ferritin never checked. When the MRI showed numerous white matter lesions on my brain and spinal cord and oligoclonal bands, the 1st MS specialist said he had no doubt I had MS. ... (5 replies)
... I am a 52 yr old female with a history of quadruple bypass 2 yrs ago. I am on Ranexa and Lipitor daily for my Coronary Artery Disease. ... (3 replies)
Late Onset MS
Jan 3, 2015
... Good luck with having a radiologist interpret the mri results. I had an mri in one radiology office and another one 6 months later in another office. ... (11 replies)
... Shooting pains developed randomly in all toes, both feet and random aches and pains when walking over next few weeks. ... (16 replies)
... s disease, kidney failure, diabetes, and peripheral neuropathy. There has been no links to MS. ... (7 replies)
... My mom has Parkinson's and her Parkinson's neuro indicated that RLS can be an early sign of Parkinson's. Her RLS started about 15 years before her diagnosis. I hope you get answers soon. ... (12 replies)
... Unfortunately I do not have access to an MS specialist but my neuro seems to be on the ball at this stage. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, I was diagnosed with Peripheral neuropathy about ten years ago and it has been steadily getting worse. The Dr's have really been giving me the run around, I also do not have diabetes. ... (5 replies)
... Has anyone here experienced a peripheral neuropathy flare up after having an MRI? ... (3 replies)
... Interesting question. Neuropathy is often a symptom of MS, but can also be caused by a number of diseases. ... (1 replies)
... I do still have parasthesia and I do have MS. ... (5 replies)
... I have about 6 weeks before I can get in to see the neurologist for a consult, so I'm just obsessing and worrying about my health!!! ... (8 replies)

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