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... There are no exact tests for MS. THere is no blood work for MS. The reason that he is doing both the MRI and blood work is to rule out everything else.... ... (4 replies)
... s don't always have to be positive to still be really affected by APS. I was diagnosed when pregnant years ago with positive ANA and Anticardiolipin and because of having several miscarriages. Since then the few tests I have had done have been negative. ... (24 replies)
... I was reading through some of the posts in this forum, and I am compelled to share with you some information of a disorder that is known to cause TIA's and strokes and symptoms of MS. ... (24 replies)

... Hi Rachel, I hope I can give you some kind of satisfaction with your problem . My wife was diagnosed with MS in 1982 and believe me it was devistating for both of us . We have three sons who are grown up now and have family of their own . ... (9 replies)
... years ago my husband lost sight in one of his eyes. We went to the Family Dr. who referred us to an eye Dr. who then referred us to a neurologist. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Nikki, You mention vitamin stores and not using retail stores to purchase vitamins...mail order...etc. Do you mean using a organic store? Or a health food store? Would a GNC count? Thanks in Advance. (37 replies)
... Thanks so much Nikki, points well taken. I' am just searching, as we all have, for anything that makes us feel better. (37 replies)
... A really good place to start is ask for blood work. Ask to have your B, D, Iron and anything else they can think of, tested...wait for results and see where you are in terms of range... ... (37 replies)
Can this be MS
May 31, 2020
... MS can NOT be detected by blood. There are inflammatory panels which can be done by blood work, but they are not specific to MS... my mom has Rheumatoid Arthritis and gets the same blood work as I do, and I have MS. ... (3 replies)
MS? Yikes!
Jan 14, 2016
... It's impossible to know if someone has MS based on symptoms alone. There are many other conditions, medication side effects and mental health problems that can all cause similar symptoms as MS. ... (11 replies)
Probable MS...?
Sep 24, 2007
... An MS specialist is nothing more than a Neurologist who ONLY sees MS patients, or rules IN or OUT MS.. ... (36 replies)
... s. I've always had problems with heat and on occasion I'd pass out from it. The first time I was in Jr high. However after my daughter was born, I'd notice a lot of pain in my upper arms and legs. I'd be holding her and she would pat me and it hurt! ... (15 replies)
... d MS vs. Lyme and was struck with the similarities of our cases. I too am dealing with doctors who are not up to date with the current information on Lyme disease. I live near by and would love to talk to you. ... (28 replies)
... tonight is a bit of a bad night...I went to a prayer meeting and suddenly out of the blue the worst dizzy attack hit me, I totally lost focus and thought I was going to black out. ... (12 replies)
... Dont get ME WRONG. I wouldnt wish MS on anyone...but I am an avid believer that finding the right doctor will help both determine AND rule out MS! I love my MS specialist....and Ive referred him to several people who SWORE they had MS only to discover that two of them have LYME and one of them has LUPUS. ... (12 replies)
... We have all been there. Whats next is getting yourself to a MS specialist. This is a neuro who specializes in Multiple Sclerosis. I will warn you though, testing is in your future. ... (2 replies)
Possible MS.
Apr 21, 2014
... Yes, my neurologist is really good and nice toboot, not as arrogant as some of the dr's I've seen who seemed to palm me off as either a hypochondriac or just palm me off to someone else, found a great GP also.. ... (18 replies)
Not MS, then what?
Nov 24, 2015
... you do to yourself at home, some are oral pills, some are infusions, there are a few which are only done in a hospital setting. Choosing the right one is a roll of the dice. ... (19 replies)
... First of all, lets start at the beginning. MS is an autoimmune disease. The body attacks itself, specifically the myelin sheath which covers the nerves. ... (23 replies)
... First of all, Id like to say welcome.... ... (3 replies)

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