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MS questions
Jan 18, 2013
... Hi everyone... I am seeing a neurologist on Tuesday and am curious if my symptoms sound familiar to anyone. ... (6 replies)
Eye Pain and MS?
Aug 1, 2012
... In your journey to get a diagnosis, you will meet misinformed doctors, prejudice, bias, and "angels". Hang on to the "angels" because they are a blessing. ... (22 replies)
MS Without Lesions
Jan 23, 2015
... I figure with me its probably a wait and see type of thing. I have being tested for everything under the sun. Bloodwork, heart doctors, gastro doctors, endocrine doctors the whole nine yards. ... (5 replies)

... They "glue" electrodes to your scalp and then you watch a monitor with one eye at a time. It can detect minute problems which are not visible. ... (5 replies)
Possible MS
May 3, 2016
... A positive Babinski reflex does not confirm MS, rather it can indicate a neurological concern. Babies have this reflex at birth and it disappears once the nerve connections are fully made. ... (20 replies)
... have a higher incidence of MS, but in the US, location has zilch to do with it. Next, MS isnt hereditary. No one in your family needs to have it... ... (11 replies)
... There are over 400 known MS mimicries. An MS diagnosis cannot be reached through a single test. It is a process of eliminating everything possible. ... (6 replies)
... I have seen many doctors and specialists for many of the symptoms that I've had over the past 2 years. I have many, many symptoms that would come on gradually, go away and then come back. ... (11 replies)
... The MS Specialist will review your records and go over your MRI. This is a great time to ask questions about any concerns you might have regarding your lesions and their significance. ... (13 replies)
... My husband was a nurse for a long time. One day, not too long ago, he walked be me, I had my feet up and he ran his hand up my foot and ARGH, up went my toes. The big up straight up and all the others went "flying" away from him. He stopped and did it again and POOF again it happened. ... (4 replies)
... spine MRI with and without contrast should show lesions. ... (11 replies)
... Thank you, Nikki and Jay, for the wisdom and support. I had an MRI on my spine this past Saturday. ... (13 replies)
Babinski Reflex
Dec 2, 2005
... I'm not sure if the spelling is correct. Was wanting to know if the people who is dx with ms has a positive Babinski Reflex. I have been having numbness on and off for 3 years. Started with both legs then the next time it was from the neck down. Neuro said I was atypical for MS and said it was stress related. ... (0 replies)
... t you would have found lesions presenting. Now that 13 years has passed, IF you have MS, then there should be lesions. Now, please note that lesions do not mean MS necessarily. All of the MS mimicries will need to be eliminated. Most of these have very specific testing. ... (9 replies)
... or has had experience in diagnosing MS cases. To be in the best situation, ask to see an MS Specialist. ... (1 replies)
... Did the neuro check for your Babinski reflex? ... (6 replies)
... Sorry i didnt get back, i had a bad day yesterday, just couldn't get on top of pain. When i wake up in morning, if i don't walk about and sit at table i can last longer without the sharp shooting pain in my hip. I was using a small pc chair on wheels to get about downstairs. ... (13 replies)
... When my MS worsened considerably in 2002, the doctors ran me through the MRI with and without contrast from my brain through my cervical spine. While lesions were present, none were active To explain my leg and hip problems. ... (13 replies)
Possible ms
Sep 14, 2013
... A brain scan alone is can locate lesions and with MS, most often this is the primary location. Unfortunately, lesions can present any where along your spine. ... (15 replies)
... As to the lumbar scan, I would suspect that it was a matter of your discs rather than MS as I do not recall lesions found that far "south". If something makes you question a procedure, always ask. ... (13 replies)




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