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... First of all, your ON could eventually become MS, but many with ON never develop into MS. ... (13 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)

... 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)
... or has had experience in diagnosing MS cases. To be in the best situation, ask to see an MS Specialist. ... (1 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)
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)
... ek i have really suffered. Its been about 30 degrees here. Very muggy, YUK! Lovely and cool today and no rain. This morning my toes on the right are pulled apart with invisible fingers. Feels strange but not painful. ... (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)
... Did the neuro check for your Babinski reflex? ... (6 replies)
... So I just had my appointment with the neuro. He said he understood that I must be frustrated, and that even though the tests are not showing anything, what I was experiencing was real. ... (6 replies)
... I think I will go ahead with it now, this forum is making life a lot easier as my mum and closest friend are just too confusing to talk to! ... (16 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)
... ould come on gradually, go away and then come back. I am a 19 year old female and a sophomore in college in the northern part of the US which puts me at risk for MS already. MS doesn't run in my family but I also am aware that MS doesn't discriminate and people can still get it regardless. ... (11 replies)
Curious...
Mar 23, 2012
... For me, my MS is progressive. ... (6 replies)
... spine MRI with and without contrast should show lesions. ... (11 replies)
Confused
Jul 5, 2012
... If you are in the early stages of MS, things can be missed. Also, if the neurologist is not an MS Specialist, things will more likely be missed. ... (4 replies)
... The babinski test involves dragging a pointed instrument along the sole of your foot and seeing the flex reaction. ... (9 replies)
Possible MS
May 3, 2016
... I have a number of other symptoms, but for the sake of time, I won't mention them all now. I finally went to the doctor in January when it started interfering with my sleep. ... (20 replies)
Awaiting diagnosis
Apr 26, 2013
... d not had it done yet. Afterwards, my neuro went over my remaining history which was not completely discussed during the check. Based upon the first exam, the MS Specialist may order an MRI and schedule other tests. The LP may be the final test they perform. ... (13 replies)


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