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... of Lyme blood tests come back negative when they are actually positive. The fact that your CT scan showed nothing is good..but what did they scan? ... (7 replies)
... You asked about lesions...the type of MS lesions we talk about here, will NOT show up on a CT scan or Xray. ... (31 replies)
For those with MS
Jan 23, 2008
... different people's questions in this thread, and I DONT MIND helping both of you, but IM getting confused as to whom Im responding to..bear with me, Im having an MS night. ... (12 replies)

... I just wanted to jump in here for a minute and give you some more food for thought. I do not agree that a CT scan cannot show lesions. ... (5 replies)
Could this be MS?
Jun 11, 2009
... and sent me for a CT scan. ... (42 replies)
... spine they should be doing an MRI. MS lesions can show up anywhere on the spinal cord. ... (49 replies)
... From what you are telling us, you have so much more going on, and actually the tingling and things you describe arent really MS related tingling. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Mispeca. I hope your mom feels better soon. Since MS cannot be diagnosd by either a CT scan or Blood work, I really hope she gets to the neuro soon! ... (22 replies)
Is it MS?!?
Apr 19, 2016
... t feel my hand or fingers. I went to work like that and 3 days later when it was driving me crazy, finally went to my doctor who said it was a pinched nerve. One CT scan later, a neurologist was called in who immediately sent me into an MRI.... ... (12 replies)
MS fear
Jun 3, 2015
... I was examined by Ophthalmologist. I also did visual field test at that time and it was ok. If this is so, then you can rule out Optical Neuritis. This would show up on a visual field exam. ... (8 replies)
MS Symptom?
Jan 28, 2013
... One of the toughest parts about having MS is learning what is, and what isnt, MS related. ... (6 replies)
... didnt post where you were located and its hard to know where to start to help you, but if you are near any major city hopsitals, start looking for a MS specailist as soon as possible. Your symtoms, although not necessarily MS, sound very much Neurological in nature. ... (2 replies)
... means that on the CT scan there was white matter seen. Its very non specific and basically means nothing. ... (20 replies)
... Next, a PCP should not be testing you for MS. You really need to see a Neurologist who specializes in MS and other autoimmune diseases. ... (3 replies)
MS fear
Jun 9, 2015
... ng about MS stuff all around the internet but still I decided to push for spinal MRI, even though also this will not completely rule out MS, but at least It will show if I have some neck problems. ... (8 replies)
... while I was in the hospital for three days the neuro surgeion came in and ordered a neck brace saying I had a significant injury to my neck for he had read my ct scan and xray results form a week prier. ... (11 replies)
... Every single one of your symptoms could be attributed to a pinched nerve or disc issue in your neck area....have you had a CT scan of that area? ... (15 replies)
... only have a few of those symtoms and definately NOT in the same order! For me, it was eye problems and numbness which started me seeing a doctor...a GP led to a CT scan, that led to a consult with Neuro which led to MRI, which led to dx, all in under ten days. ... (14 replies)
... with everything she told you. Although Bearygood chooses NOT to take MS drugs at this stage, she is one of the few who actually have made that choice. You can discuss with her, her reasons... ... (15 replies)
... Usually MS would be diagnosed with 2 or more lesions, but it really depends on when it was "caught". A CT Scan should not show any abnormalities with MS because it does not "see" lesions. An MRI can show lesions. ... (6 replies)

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