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... 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)
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)
... 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)

Symptoms of ms?
Aug 14, 2007
... Your symptoms are so vague and could be caused by a zilllion different things. I wouldnt jump to the conclusion that they are MS related. But, if you are so concerned, I would make an appt with a Neurologist. ... (2 replies)
Diet for MS
Jun 1, 2008
... having awareness of the things that affect us positively or negatively is such a great tool with this disease! ... (37 replies)
I think I have MS
Dec 19, 2011
... up to 6 in some areas of the country. I wouldnt wait until you have an "attack" before you do so. ... (3 replies)
... First and foremost, breathe. Nothing is easy when you dont have answers and many of us have been there.... ... (15 replies)
... per month for the injectables, which is what all of us start on. Two things you should know, even though she is a professionally employed person, all of the med companies have a program, to help those of us with MS keep our costs down. ... (5 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)
... a normal Radiologist might miss specifics. A MS specialist is not going to even look at the radiology report, but read his own films, and give you a more definitive answer. ... (12 replies)
... lot for replying. I have had B12 deficiency and low folic acid for really long time, more than I can even remember, I have been diagnosed with anemia at the age of 4 and I was anemic until this March. ... (11 replies)
MRI Contrast Types
Apr 29, 2012
... If you care to share that information, we can probably get someone to help you find a MS specialist or neurologist in the area to help you. You can also call the MS society in your state and they will help you to find someone who takes your insuarnce. ... (7 replies)
... Julia, YES. I said all of that. MY primary Neuro did all the testing, including the blood test which came back negative. He sent me thru a host of EEG, EMG, Optical test, periferal tests, and nerve conducting studies..he also did the original Brain and SPinal MRIs. ... (31 replies)
... sorry to hear your diagnosis happened. No time of year is a good time, but I got dx on my 39th birthday. I can relate... ... (3 replies)
... I know you're not doctors and can't diagnose me but I'm wondering if you think my symptoms are consistent with MS or could exclude it? ... (34 replies)
... Hi again. let me tell you, I was 2 semesters from graduating with my MBA from Princeton University when I was dx...I was also the valedictorian of my class...talk about pressure. Congrats on graduating! Its HUGE to have your degree! ... (35 replies)
MS? Yikes!
Jan 14, 2016
... exam, testing and ruling out other possible causes for a patients symptoms. ... (11 replies)
... I would suggest a neurologist who diagnoses and cares for MS patients. Total exhaustion can be attributed to MS as well as CFS. Depression often comes as MS's conjoined twin. ... (4 replies)


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