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... ON can be a standalone concern, but it can also be a symptom of MS. I would encourage your son to keep a journal to track any new symptoms. MS symptoms generally last for 24 hours or more. ... (3 replies)
... My son has been told he may have MS. Age 32. He recently had a episode where he lost vision in one eye. He still does not have full recovery and has been 4 weeks now. Was given the diagnosis of optic neurosis. At his initial dr visit he had blood work and an MRI. Opthamalogist. These records were sent to the neurologist. He has just visited the neurologist where she wants... (3 replies)
... Lesions in the brain do not always mean MS. Lesions can come from migrane headaches, prior head trauma and even infections. ... (15 replies)

... It is not a matter of the number of lesions you might have, but rather , the location of lesions and how they affect you. The lesions you have in your brain may do little to affect you. ... (4 replies)
... Lhermittes is not exclusive to MS as there can be other causes for this symptom. However, when related to MS LHermittes is due to cervical spinal cord lesions. Brain lesions do not cause LHermittes. ... (3 replies)
... Balance issues have been a symptom of mine, and they are slowly improving (diagnosed almost a year ago). Time and patience (lots of patience) will hopefully resolve your issues. I am currently going for physical therapy in addition to rehab I am doing on my own, but improvement is slow in coming. But none-the-less, I am improving. Be patient! Everyone is different in the... (7 replies)
... Thanks for your response. My dr gave me predisone for the dizziness to close the blood brain bearer. Have you ever had my symptoms? ... (7 replies)
... s it prevent symptoms. If you are tracking your problems and you count the days, most doctors will consider it a relapse if more than 30 days has passed since a symptom onset and a new onset. Please check with your doctor. Please remember that the DMDs are not cures. ... (7 replies)
... and where some of the lesions are all clustered together and are no longer identifyable, they call them Black holes.....actual holes in my brain tissue which no longer support the lesions! Scary, right? ... (5 replies)
... There are thousands of combinations of what a brain MRI should look like. ... (5 replies)
... Is it because your brain readjusts? ... (10 replies)
... Anxiety can cause every single symptom which you listed, although it doesnt sound like this is an example of sounds like your sister has something going on... ... (10 replies)
MS Symptom?
Jan 28, 2013
... Jacmil, I would lean the other way and say no...this probably isnt MS. The fact that you have to push on it for it to happen, is more than likely a nerve which is trapped or pulled. MS pain is constant in areas where there is damage. If a lesion in your brain was presenting in your foot (which is possible), you would have constant pain, even if it were for only a few... (6 replies)
... I actually asked my doctor this question not too long ago. He said that its impossible to know when a lesion is forming, because most of us have had MS for up to 10 years without a single symptom and until we get a symptom, we wouldnt know we had it. ... (6 replies)
Crazy new symptom
Aug 20, 2012
... Who says this disease doesn't have a sense of humor? I wake up this morning, second day of IV steroids so they have not taken effect yet on my new brain stem lesion; however, what I didn't expect was that I would get a new bonus symptom on top of my others (double vision, numbness-garden variety, weakness etc. So I get up today and my spouse is like "what happened to your... (2 replies)
... housands of miles of nerves within us. For the most part we are wired similarly, but not necessarily the same copies. It is quite difficult to say that a given lesion can be attributed to a certain symptom. However, if a neuro follows your own specific case, there is a possibility to guess, but it is still improbable. ... (8 replies)
... For the record, I have numb hands and fingers and mine is caused by a lesion in my first symtom was numbness which my PCP thought was caused by a pinched nerve..... ... (4 replies)
... lectrical wires in an extension cord......when the body attacks this myelin sheath, damage is done. The extent of the damage goes from severe and permenent, to a symptom which can "right" itself...but where the damage is done, a scar is formed. ... (1 replies)
... My first symptom was dullness in my left leg. As far as I understood, the lesion that effected that area in on my spine. ... (5 replies)
... Well it probably wouldn't be a lesion. Lesions in MS are areas in the brain, optic nerve or spine where your immune system has mistakenly attacked the myelin covering, seeing it as a foreign invader in error, creating holes in the protective covering, thus the holes are lesions. They don't move from the area they begin, but new ones in those with MS can form at any time. Older... (13 replies)

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