It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....



Message Board


Multiple Sclerosis Board Index
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 Showing 1 - 20 of 103 for symptoms from spinal ms lesion. (0.075 seconds)


My MS Diagnosis
Jul 9, 2008
... You might want to read up more on the Ulnar, Median, and Radial Nerves, that run from our spinal cord to our hands. ... (14 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)
... Most commonly done for MS is the cervical spine but the Thoracic spine could also indicate MS. ... (3 replies)

New to ms
Oct 22, 2014
... problems from the point of damage, down. ... (3 replies)
Just confused
May 6, 2013
... which includes the brain, optic nerves and spinal cord. Lesions can show up anywhere within the CNS. ... (12 replies)
... I'm sorry you are going through this. As scary as all these symptoms can be, the not knowing is scarier. ... (8 replies)
... areful of Larry, is back problems in general, can cause so many of the symtoms which you are describing...the pain, numbness, buzzing and stiffness, can ALL come from back pain. And, hate to say it, but fatigue can be simply a result of dealing with the pain and not sleeping properly. ... (14 replies)
... Daysma, forgive me for jumping in....but you started this with you didnt know why they wanted to do an LP...Lumbar Punctures, or spinal taps are done to rule out infection, to check for Obands, which are commong in MS patients and to help get closer to a dx.. ... (49 replies)
... I am not a medical professional of any sort. I have not had experience reading MRIs or interpreting reports. Having said all that, here's what I've learned from my own experience. "no foci of abnormal signal.." means they saw no white spots, that's how lesions look. ... (19 replies)
Phantom Wedgie
Dec 29, 2016
... Abnormal sensations are perfectly normal when having MS, these are referred to as sensory symptoms and yes, they are nerve related. ... (2 replies)
Is it finally MS?
Mar 19, 2016
... No, you did not overwhelm me at all. I welcome all information, in fact as much as possible. I do go in with her all the time, even when she was having both EMG's, she is my daughter & my best friend. One of the top neurologist here at home that we saw last week said this after the last test which was the DNA blood work...after 8 weeks he said, well the good news is it is... (12 replies)
Is it finally MS?
Mar 19, 2016
... which includes the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. The damage MS does can show up anywhere within the CNS. ... (12 replies)
... on the cervical spinal cord. ... (7 replies)
... You shared that you have no lesion on your spine. What about your brain? ... (3 replies)
Spinal Lesions
Feb 9, 2014
... of MSers initially present without lesions. If you have lesions, there are many causes for the lesions from MS to aging to a childhood high fever....there are many possibilities. ... (11 replies)
... First of all, Juxtacortical means simply between two regions...the lesion is presenting between two, not directly within any one region. ... (60 replies)
... medical opinion. I certainly seem to fit the criteria now. There was some question of possible gastroparesis from a potential t spine lesion, but my t spine was clean. ... (60 replies)
... but its a tool that neurologists can use to determine if symptoms are MS related or not. ... (13 replies)
... Actually they fit exactly.....3 months is not a long time to go with a symptom, and many symptoms NEVER go away. 9 years ago, I was diagnosed because my hands and fingers went numb..... ... (3 replies)
... Hey I'm Luke. I'm 24 years old and was officially diagnosed with Relapsing Remitting MS on April 4th 2013. Sorry if my story is long, but I wanted to tell it and see if I can get some help. ... (11 replies)


Associated Tags: lumbar puncture, mri results

Pages: 1 2 3 4 5

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 07:06 AM.



Site owned and operated by HealthBoards.comô
Terms of Use © 1998-2017 HealthBoards.comô All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!