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... my MS specialist along with my regular Neuro have decided that "one" of the many lesions in my brain is causing this...and the nerve damage is obviously permanent. Its been this way for three years now. ... (5 replies)
... MRI in 2011 showed 1 lesion that at the time was suspected to be reduced blood flow and not a lesion at all. MRI was taken due to headaches and trigeminal neuralgia. ... (7 replies)
... Please help me understand. You wrote "My dr gave me predisone for the dizziness to close the blood brain bearer."....not possible. Steroids, reduce inflammation but have zero to do with the blood brain barrier. ... (7 replies)

... Ok, this is why I was confused. Because I was thinking that if the left frontal lobe was indeed ON the left side of my body that it would actually control the right side of my body. ... (7 replies)
... Like you, I only have brain lesions. I also have a negative LP. However, I have over 50 brain lesions, allot more than the average person.... ... (8 replies)
... Also, I have 9 small lesions on the right side of my brain, but not in the area where MS lesions usually are. Anybody else have brain lesions like this? ... (6 replies)
One Side Vs Both
Aug 11, 2010
... Most often the MRI of the brain and cervical spine will be sufficient. In 2002 I had an MRI of my thoracic spine too because my VEP indicated something happening. ... (15 replies)
... The lesion may not even be in your brain. It could be located in your cervical spine or thoracic spine. In 2002 I had active lesions in my cervical spine and numb legs. ... (5 replies)
... I had EMGs done on my arms and hands... ... (2 replies)
... ITs very possible. The brain is like a mirror. If you have lesions on the left side of your brain, the right side will most likely be affected. If you have lesions on the right side, the left will be more affected. ... (1 replies)
... ngs which also mimic MS. Spinal Fluid can be sent to Igenex, a lab in california which can definately rule out Lyme. It can rule out types of menigitis and other brain infections and yes, if Obands show up it is MS. ... (9 replies)
... e very encouraging news today from my doctor. My EP, Spinal MRI and Spinal Tap all came back clear which I am very happy about. However, I do have a very large lesion on the left side of my brain that is too large to be caused by migraines or anything else and may explain the numbness on the right side of my body. ... (2 replies)
... I wrote on this board over a year ago wondering if I had MS. Since then I've had 3 MRI's, 2 EEGs, blood work, and an evoked potential. ... (2 replies)
... Can anyone please shed some light on what this means? ... (4 replies)
... I had tingling and a weird altered sense of touch perception on my left arm for several weeks, which resolved some months ago. ... (14 replies)
... the reason for this has nothing to do with meds, but is used to determine if symptoms you are experiencing might be caused by a lesion which is new or forming. ... (6 replies)
Spine lesion??
Jan 5, 2015
... I wish I could provide you with a definitive answer, but all I could say is "maybe". It is too difficult to know and even doctors could only answer with "maybe" with any standing, I think. :angel: (6 replies)
Spine lesion??
Jan 5, 2015
... back ache on one side? ... (6 replies)
... I dont get irritable or depressed...yet I have over 100 lesions on my brain and have completely OTHER symptoms. My left hand has been numb for ten years. I have no use of my thumb on the left hand. I cant feel it. ... (5 replies)
... spine MRI's. On all reports the radiologist put one diagnosis as MS. ... (8 replies)




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