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... A good opthamologist can look behind the eye and tell if there is inflamation. You are describing optical neuritis almost to the T. ... (9 replies)
... eral neuro, however is only 7 miles away. And, hes in network. Sometimes, we have to bite the bullet and go the extra mile in order to get what we deem to be the best care. ... (19 replies)
... I agree that you should get the MRI done sooner than you go for the Neuro appt, however, MAKE SURE you take both the films and the report to the Neuro when you go. ... (12 replies)

Jan 30, 2010
... opthamologist because they are in the best position to delve into your current problem. If you are seeing them when you are presenting, I often think that they will show more concern. ... (7 replies)
... however only if this Neuro has quite a few MS patients. ... (8 replies)
... Opthamologist, that would be excellent...but a regular Opthamologist can get you in to see one if necessary. ... (1 replies)
... like you have no choice but to take the eye exam...and if you fail it, plead with the DMV person that you recently had an eye injury, and can you PLEASE see your opthamologist so that he can determine that yes, its safe for you to drive. ... (14 replies)
Optic Neuritis
Jan 5, 2007
... I have also seen a neuro opthamologist several times and they do good exams. However my Neuro Opthamologist has told me even though he can look at the nerve it may seem ok like a healthy nerve it still can be ON. ... (6 replies)
MS and Vision Loss
Aug 26, 2011
... The IV solumedrol is one of the very best ways to reduce the inflammation of the optical nerve, reverse the damage, and help prevnent future ON.... ... (5 replies)
... re is no prediction. MS affects all of us differntly. If that were true, I should have had so many more attacks by now. You have to find the medicine which works best for you and sometimes its trial and error, like my first experience with Copaxone. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Cindy and Bearygood. Although i cannot dispute that what Bearygood is saying, my Neuro-opthamologist has a slightly different take on what he termed ON with regard to my case. When I first had the color blindness and the excruitating pain, I went to my regular opthamologist, who was able to see behind my eye and determine that the optic nerve was inflamed...he then sent... (29 replies)
Vision sx's
Dec 6, 2007
... opthamologist if he tells me there is nothing to worry about. As I said before I donot see my neuro until March and I am not just going to sit and wait for more sx's. ... (13 replies)
... nevertheless, I have been told in the past few years that my eyes look "much better' then they had previously. Its very possible that what the Neuro Opth saw when you saw her, has since repaired itself and is no longer visable...they both might be right, which wouldnt surprise me. ... (2 replies)
Hi! New Here
Jul 1, 2007
... I see a MS Specialist in NJ at Robert WOod Johnson and keep a local Neuro around for my meds...however, I always feel better having two opinions on what is happening with me. ... (16 replies)
... The advice you got to find an MS clinic was the best advice. YOu can waste years of time dealing with GPs and regular least with an MS clinic you can get your tests done and get things going. ... (19 replies)
... HI there. From your list of symptoms, have you seen a good neuro-opthamologist? Almost all of your symtoms could be from an occular issue. I have MS and have none of the symptoms you mentioned, except when I am experiencing Optical Neuritis, then a few of them do fit. MS is not a one size fits all disease. We all present differently, but from what I know about Chiari,... (2 replies)
... it was a pinched nerve and sent me for a CT Scan. The radiologist who reviewed the films called in a Neurologist because he saw abnormalities on the films. That neuro called MS in under ten minutes. A visit to a MS specialist, an EEG, VEP and MRI later, it was all confirmed. ... (6 replies)
... lizziebee74, you really do need to see a good opthamologist and find out if this is ON or not..... ... (8 replies)
Optic neuritis
Mar 15, 2008
... northeast. I have used both Wills Eye Hosptial as well as the Jeff group for EYE stuff, but use Robert Wood Johnson for the MS Clinic...Dr. Jalbut is one of the best MS specialists in the east coast, and New Brunswick isnt that far from me. ... (13 replies)
... No, the MS hug is not around the waist. Its around the chest. The best way to describe it, is if you had on a bra, right where the bra would hug you is the feeling. ... (25 replies)

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