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... so if you have had a complete spinal MRI, something should be showing up there as well. ... (2 replies)
... herniation and your post immediately caught my attention because it all sounds so familiar only I started having the symptons 8 years ago. I was so sure it was MS even though I never once mentioned it to anyone, including all the doctors I have seen. ... (17 replies)
... I then felt light headed again 15 months later and then 6 months ago I had a Brain CT scan followed by a Brain MRI all again turned out clear. ... (17 replies)

... spine they should be doing an MRI. MS lesions can show up anywhere on the spinal cord. ... (49 replies)
... muscular specialist. He went to her with my chart and they discussed it and are going to dig a little deeper in regards to my symptoms, even though my brain is showing an increase in lesions over the past six months, but nothing currently active. The first was going to put me on MS drugs, "to make me happy" I felt. ... (4 replies)
... Your symtoms certainly do sound MS like...however the MRIs are pretty IS possible to have MS and have negative MRIs....a spinal tap, evoked potential testing and a few other non invasive tests should be done. I hate to say it, but sounds like your Neuro isnt very familiar with MS. ... (10 replies)
... Chrystal, doesnt sound like the MS hug....the MS hug rarely lasts more than a few minutes. It can repeat off and on for a few hours, but in between the pain, it is completely gone. Have they done MRIs on you? ... (12 replies)
... SPINE mri is also used to detect lesions. ... (3 replies)
... I am an MRI tech so I see MS all the time on patients. Usually physicians will order a plan brain MRI first due to insurance issues and so forth, and since the plaques show up alot in the brain. ... (9 replies)
... however, if you do feel the need for a sec. opinion to put your mind at ease, I say by all means have one with a MS Specialist. ... (7 replies)
... Its alittle weird that they didnt order the MRI with and without contrast. ... (18 replies)
... out an MRI showing any lesions? ... (11 replies)
Mar 23, 2007
... you just did, I would not have responded the way I did. With your bipolar disorder, I extend great sympathy, it is far worse than MS. And if you are bothered by MS symptoms I can only imagine how that can add additional problems to the ones you already face. ... (4 replies)
2 questions
Mar 20, 2007
... examine the MRI to see if the pattern of damage corresponds to typical MS damages, if not then the possibility of one of the leukodystrophies is considered. ... (2 replies)
... Some people are diagnosed with MS without showing any lesions in the brain, and yes you can have lesions on your spine. I had a normal MRI the first time and then six months later I have abnormal MRI's, some brain lesions, but the only ones I had any symptoms from was the ones on my spinal cord. ... (2 replies)
Lymes Disease??
Jun 29, 2002
... sure there are blood serum tests which can help indicate lymes disease. I'm thinking, that although the symptoms are similar, there are many differences between MS and Lymes. ... (1 replies)
Progressive MS?...
Jul 31, 2016
... Hello...this is my first time ever posting or reaching out on an MS forum. I was diagnosed with MS in July 2014 after 14 years of being told it was all in my head, it was hormonal because I'm a woman, etc, etc. ... (3 replies)
... I agree that you need to go to an MS specialist. I was diagnosed back in the prehistoric days of no MRIs. ... (7 replies)
... Mini Strokes are not like regular strokes, and cannot be "treated" the way a stroke would. The way that they rule out mini strokes is both by MRI and also by EEG. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, you can safely assume that you "arent showing signs of spinal chord demyelination or disease? ... (31 replies)

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