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Babinski reflex
Dec 20, 2006
... forward test of muscular control, not a Babinski test. ... (6 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. ... (0 replies)
... He did the Babinski reflex test on me and said I was negative for MS. He told me I had perfect coordination, vision, and everything etc. ... (11 replies)

Babinski reflex
Dec 20, 2006
... the babinski test hurts like CRAZY for me. and the pain lingers for HOURS. ... (6 replies)
... He told me my pin poke could not be faked because it followed exactly along affected nerves and my body had no reaction to the pin, heat, or cold. Finally, my Babinski indicated neurological problems. ... (20 replies)
Babinski reflex
Dec 20, 2006
... My feet luckily don't hurt for a long time after the test or I would be on crutches by now! ... (6 replies)
... I also had a Babinski reflex test my first exam. This is where they scrape your foot bottom and observe your toes. ... (8 replies)
Babinski reflex
Dec 20, 2006
... but can I have it doing the test that the specialist preformed? ... (6 replies)
PCP visit
May 29, 2013
... present when the test is administered to MSers. It is not a sign for MS, it is simply an indicator of neurological problems. The Babinski Reflex is also found in newborn babies, but disappears as their nervous system grows and matures. ... (5 replies)
... Your reflex going the wrong way was probably your Babinski reflex. The doctor scrapes your foot and watches your reflex. If your big toe points up, it is usually the sign of problems. ... (5 replies)
... Footdrop can be observed. The Baninski reflex is when the doctor "scrapes" the bottom of your foot and observes the reflex reaction of your toes. A normal reflex is the downward curling of your toes whereas a Babinski reflex is an upward and "fanning" of the toes. ... (9 replies)
Mar 23, 2012
... A simple, but effective test, the Babinski test is an important neurologic examination based upon what the big toe does when the sole of the foot is stimulated. If the big toe goes up, that may mean trouble. ... (6 replies)
... I had a "pin poke" test done on my arms, hands, and feet due to numbness. ... (13 replies)
... Alot will depend on your Neurologist.Some are agressive and get test guickly others take the sit back approach. ... (4 replies)
... This is a Babinski Reflex. This reflex is normal for a newborn because their nervous system and connections are still forming. You correctly noted that your left foot toes bend up and fan out. ... (6 replies)
... Your Babinski reflex is one of the tests my neuro regularly checks my progress. I do not think your neuro is being a pessimist, rather I think he is being objective. ... (16 replies)
... was a waste of time. You definately want to start over by seeing a Mi specialist. THe first test on the agenda is a spinal and brain MRI with and without contrast. From there, we see what happens. ... (11 replies)
... The Babinski test is a standard Neurological tool used to measure reactions... ... (4 replies)
... :wave: Welcome. It is difficult to tell if you are having problems from one problem or several problems. Some of your symptoms are not MS, but others could be. If you have anxiety/stress problems, these could cause many if not most of your symptoms. If you have MS, you could have a negative Babinski reflex because the Babinski is not 100% perfect. I have one, but... (11 replies)
... gait tests...walk from here to there and back. He is looking to see if you lean to any one direction. Reflex testing, the "hammer" for the Babinski test, as welll as the pinging of the hammer to see how long you feel the vibrations for. ... (8 replies)

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