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... Your sclerosis is not the sclerosis of Multiple Sclerosis. I think that you can place MS out of your mind. Scoliosis related sclerosis involves different tissue. ... (3 replies)
... I know what scoliosis is. But it is definitely because I have MS. My right side is weak and I have ben leaning that way for 10 years, and it keeps getting worse. ... (4 replies)
... The reason no one could tell you anything is because Scoliosis is not secondary to MS nor is it related to MS. You would be dealing with 2 different diagnosis...Scoliosis and MS. ... (4 replies)

... Hi Vicki. im not the person you are looking for, but I wanted to welcome you to the boards and thank you for sharing with us. Knowing what I do about scoliosis, have you considered PT ? Scoliosis as you know is a curvature of the spine, it normally does not develope FROM MS, its usually a birth defect which is usually caught and corrected in our early years; however... (4 replies)
... Hi. I have had m.s. for nearly 30 years. It mostly affects my right side. I had diffficulty walking, so I developed arthritis in my right knee. Ten years ago, the m.s. combined with my painful arthritic knee put me in a wheelchair. Also, I realized I was leaning to my right side. I am very weak on that side, and now I have a very painful scoliosis (s-curve). I googled... (4 replies)
Scoliosis
Jan 10, 2010
... Multiple Sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system, the eyes, spine and brain.....it affects the nerves, but not the muscles. ... (1 replies)
... rdening or induration of a tissue or part, or an increase of connective tissue or the like at the expense of more active tissue. Based upon your scoliosis, your sclerosis is likely your connective tissue. ... (1 replies)
... :wave: Welcome. I had the same problem as you, but mainly on my left side. As my right side was trying to compensate for the left side weakness, my right side was slowly exhausted and eventually I was teetering left. I used forearm crutches for over two years, but eventually my left side got better and my right side recovered. I still have left side weakness and I... (4 replies)
... There are several bilateral white matter lesions present. The primary consideration is multiple sclerosis. The cerivcal spine was also unchanged. ... (9 replies)
... She hasn't yet been diagnosed with anything specific but she seems to fear that she may have multiple sclerosis. ... (1 replies)




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