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Spine lesion??
Jan 9, 2015
... Zipster, Even without having had a MRI of the spine, you would have enough symptoms for your doctor to warrant ordering it. You cant have spinal lesions without having accompanying symptoms. Therefore, its highly unlikely that you have anything on your spine. An ache or pain isnt caused by a lesion. As others have pointed out, the symptoms usually run towards gait (walking)... (6 replies)
Spine lesion??
Jan 5, 2015
... Mechanical problems with the spine can cause Neurological symptoms. This would not be related to Multiple Sclerosis. ... (6 replies)
Spine lesion??
Jan 5, 2015
... Zipster, It could be a disc problem too. I will tell you that I have my severest pain on my left side, especially my left leg. Your doctor might be able to find an active lesion. For me, when my left leg was really hurting and causing me difficulty; because it was a new symptom, my doctor found active lesions on my T-spine only and she attributed this, but not with... (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
... I have only had a brain mri and not a spine one. ... (6 replies)
Lesion Pain?
Nov 10, 2012
... spine lesion caused me pain in my lower back, left hop and left thigh and numbness from the knee down. ... (2 replies)
... By October 18, I had an appointment with one of the best spine surgeons at that teaching hospital. He referred me to the best neurologist that that hospital has. I have an appointment with him in December. ... (11 replies)
... Yes, after the first spine neurosurgeon, I was forced to remember that "surgeons cut." That's what they are trained and like to do, or they wouldn't be good at it. ... (11 replies)
... Nikki, Thank you so much for responding. I have already seen TWO neurosurgeons; one wanted to operate right away. I told him that I needed another opinion first. I went to the largest teaching hospital in our area. They specialize in MS. I went to a spinal surgeon there (the first doctor that could see me) and he was the one that said that he could do the surgery, but... (11 replies)
... include the spine, brain and eyes. When a patient is diagnosed with MS, a few of the symptoms you describe are similar, but no one can be diagnosed with only one lesion on their Cspine. For more information on what it takes to get a diagnosis of MS, please take a look at the revised McDonald Criteria. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Everyone! I am a little scared. I have a blockage in my cervical (upper) spine (MRI). Two surgeons have said that I need surgery to clear it out. I have a neurologist that ruled out MS with a negative LP and brain MRI which turned out negative for MS. My 2nd opinion surgeon (spinal) said that he could do the surgery, but he wants to know why he is doing it. He had... (11 replies)
... I have cervical spine lesion and positive o-bands, told early MS verbally but on paper myelitis. But I have read you can be formally diagnosed in this situation, does anyone have any experiences on this? Many thanks Booty (4 replies)
... You have the cervical MRI? Spinal cord lesions are more symptomatic than brain lesions and a cervical spine lesion(s) can cause symptoms from the point of lesion - down. An abnormal gait, in MS, has to do with much more than not swinging an arm. Abnormal gaits, in MS, is due to a multitude of issues: visual issues, weakness, spasticity, poor balance and... (5 replies)
... How long was it between your initial onset of MS symptoms and your next relapse? About 6 years ago, I had what I guess is called a CIS, or "Clinically Isolated Syndrome". Basically, a C-spine lesion indicative of MS, causing L'hermitte's (sp?) sign and tingling/numbness in my left leg and hand. I was tested for everything possible. Neurologist ruled out Lyme's Lupus,... (5 replies)
Spine lesion??
Jan 7, 2015
... I have multiple spinal lesions (and brain) and I'm very symptomatic... bladder and walking are the most severe problems. Spinal lesions are known for being very symptomatic. (6 replies)
Spine lesion??
Jan 5, 2015
... I see my neuro next month and i am going to ask him. My right side neck/shoulder/back has constantly been aching for 2 months and it feels tender from behind my right ear right down my neck if i run my thumb down. (6 replies)
... I get L'hemitte's randomly. I have no lesions on my spine, but plenty on my brain... (3 replies)
... You shared that you have no lesion on your spine. What about your brain? ... (3 replies)
... a lesion has not been found on my spine even after numerous MRI's. I am open to any comments or suggestions. This confuses me. ... (3 replies)
... I have had tingling, weakness and muscle twitches along with fatigue, and feeling lightheaded and forgetfulness. I am 39 years old. This is gone on for 2 years. My first MRI had nothing. My second one a year later showed one lesion on my c-spine. I am getting another MRI on Tues. because my symptoms are happening more and lasting longer. I am convinced that I have MS. I have... (2 replies)

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