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... I had tiny white spots on my MRI, they were round. I have had 3 MRI's. ... (12 replies)
... Thanks for the advice. Coincidentally, I just received the copy of my MRI in the mail. My doctor's office finally sent it to me. ... (12 replies)
... I'm not sure what to make of this, but my doctor ordered an MRI of the brain because I was having dizzy sensations, concentration problems, and constant headaches, which I believe are tension headaches. ... (12 replies)

... verdigo. Have seen neuroligist on and off over the years. In the end i was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome. Went back to neuro last week and he sent me for MRI. ... (2 replies)
... I feel like I am just throwing stuff on the wall and hoping it sticks. It seems like a tiny chance that I have ms if all I have is occasional numb lips and tingly spots on my body with no cervical spine or brain lesions. No fatigue or weakness etc. ... (12 replies)
... It would be impossible for any of us to say if the MRI results you are looking at mean MS or not. There are cases of people being diagnosed with MS even after a negative MRI. Don't worry about that now, wait for the results to be explained by a trained eye. ... (9 replies)
... Wow everyone, thanks for the advice. ... (9 replies)
... I had to look this up but my eye doctor is an optometrists. Actually, this has been pretty slow. I started ON in May. Saw my eye doctor and he said it was probably ON caused by a virus because I had a bit of a temp, very tired, and not feeling normal. ... (3 replies)
... insufficient care by the physicians consulted was reported. This was even true for the most frequent pain, migraine, in which clear treatment recommendations exist. ... (12 replies)
... I agree with anxiousme. It's so hard to tell right now. MS is just so hard to diagnose because it mimics so many other diseases and it's a process of elimination. ... (12 replies)
... location of the spots, etc... Many things mimic MS and vice versa. Don't self diagnosis on the internet. This can cause much unneeded stress. BELIEVE ME THAT'S WHY I CHOSE ANXIOUSME FOR MY NAME! ... (12 replies)
... i always thought the black spots were what i always heard called "black holes" where that part of the brain has deteriorated so much its like it doesn't even exist anymore.. ... (2 replies)
... MRIs, one with contrast, one without. Presence of bright spots in parietal and temporal lobes, left and right sides. Can this be attributed to anything else besides MS? ... (3 replies)
... Hi Kiwi Chick. I know what you mean about the sleeping, it's just so hard as I'm in so much pain.......... but have been trying. And no more kids for me, not when mine are 20 and 16. Funny really, cause I'm still young and my kids are grown up and I should be having a ball. ... (56 replies)
... So I've been preparing for that diagnosis and have been pretty optimistic about it. I saw an MS neurologist yesterday, who looked at my MRI pictures and said he's pretty sure it is NOT MS because my spots are small and perfectly round... ... (6 replies)
... I believe lesions could also appear on the spine for MS, but I am not certain! ... (8 replies)
... and not had any white spots on their brain etc? ... (8 replies)
... As for the white spots, they are generally known as "lesions" and indicate MS. They can be found on the brain or spine. ... (1 replies)
... After being diagnosed with Labyrinthitis by three doctors I was sent for an "routine" MRI scan. The consultant was so sure that there was nothing would be found that he did not arrange another appointment. ... (1 replies)
... Hey everyone, had my follow up with neuro. He went over my MRI with me. He basically feels that the bright spots could be from ms or migraines, but said they haven't changed in comparison to my MRI from 5 years ago, which is good. ... (10 replies)

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