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... So I fit the demographic for an MS candidate (white, 26 year old female) but can't figure out if my symptoms align with MS. I've currently put testing on hold since I won't have insurance until August but I'm curious to see what those of you who have MS think about my symptoms and/or testing (or those of you who are going through similar experiences without a diagnosis. Here... (9 replies)
New to MS
Feb 27, 2016
... have noticed that my pain tends to be worse on days when I am more stressed and my pain is always worse at night. I have had a lumbar spine, brain, and cervical spine MRI which were all clear of lesions. However my lumbar spine MRI was done without contrast because they originally thought that I had a disc herniation. ... (5 replies)
... spine MRI, hmmmm... if he still suggests it when I see him next, I will go to the MS specialist. ... (19 replies)

... Regardless of any MRI changes, I would seek out an MS Specialist as soon as possible because of the wait time involved in seeing one. ... (8 replies)
... advice would be greatly appreciated. I have a repeat brain MRI scheduled for the end of this month at the VA hospital, and waoting to see a new neurologist at the VA as well. Does this sound like it could be MS? ... (8 replies)
Ms or migraine
Sep 17, 2015
... can last for nearly 10 months. I think i Will ask the neurologists at my next appointment if he thinks it's ms and see how I get on with the evoked testing in February. I'll keep doing my diary and at least I will have all the info with me. ... (29 replies)
Ms or migraine
Sep 17, 2015
... one of his specialties is MS...." Most MS Specialists are strictly busy with MS. My MS Specialist will assist ALS when thee is a busy ALS clinic, but she is busy with MSers almost always. ... (29 replies)
... spine MRI's. On all reports the radiologist put one diagnosis as MS. Last Monday my neurologist spent a lot of time explaining the MRI results, showing me several different lesions and white spots. On the right side of my brain he explained that this is exactly what a MS lesion looks like. ... (8 replies)
Possible MS
Jun 24, 2014
... therefore, jumping to MS is too big of a jump. ... (3 replies)
May I have MS>?>?
May 28, 2014
... No. That is a catchall, for they dont know what they are seeing. MS lesions are VERY specific in size, shape and placement. They are NEVER non specific. ... (3 replies)
... spine MRI done and both were normal. ... (25 replies)
MS maybe?
Dec 5, 2013
... If you have a university teaching hospital, in all likelihood, there should be a neurologist whose specialty is MS. You can also check with your local MS Society or Association chapter as they often have a list of MS Specialists. ... (5 replies)
Clear MRI :)
Aug 7, 2013
... who received a diagnosis of MS with clear MRIs. ... (6 replies)
Likely MS
Jul 30, 2013
... The LP is often one of the last tests which many doctors run for the MS diagnosis. It is not a specific test, but it can be used to exclude some mimicries. ... (23 replies)
... is in a group of conditions which MS is one. Figuring out what is causing your abnormal brain MRI findings is now up to your Doctor. ... (23 replies)
... reliever for fibro et al. Without a diagnosis, please tread carefully and watch for any problems due to the medication. It does not sound like your neuro is an MS Specialist. ... (14 replies)
... Today, I had my 3rd MRI done in the last 2 years. ... (4 replies)
... This was by physical exam and VEP testing. I had slight delay in the affected eye. She also sent me for an MRI. After seeing a few lesions she referred me to an MS specialist. Saw him yesterday and was Dx'd. I am going for a spine MRI this Saturday. ... (10 replies)
... There is information out there, from medical sources, that have are now saying the treatments do not slow disability or progression. The treatments for MS will "hopefully" decrease lesion load, reduce the amount of new lesions and "hopefully" reduce the amount of relapses. ... (11 replies)
... and outdated...when you look up tingling, youll find MS at the top of the list, simply because its the most looked up disease...however, not all MSers have tingling. ... (8 replies)

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