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Maybe MS??
Apr 22, 2022
... head contract but will not produce the same lift as the left side, I can actually feel my left eye muscle getting tired from being open, light sensitivity, I cannot hold my mouth in a neutral position without it feeling uncomfortable. ... (0 replies)
... My first symptom was dullness in my left leg. As far as I understood, the lesion that effected that area in on my spine. ... (5 replies)
... where is the lesion on your brain that makes your left leg feel numb (5 replies)

... The left appears patent. ... (11 replies)
... About 1 month ago I was diagnosed with Health Anxiety and I have started medications. At the same time, one day at work my left leg felt so weak as it would not support me and also I had the feeling that the leg wasn't there. I was terrified, but was able to get back home. ... (21 replies)
... I RECENTLY WOKE UP WITH A BAD NECK ACHE THAT GOT WORSE EVERY DAY INSTAED OF BETTER THEN CAME HEAT, PAIN AND NUMBNESS IN LEFT SIDE OF HEAD FACE CHEECK, SHOULDERS AND ARMS .with burning in all kinds of places. ... (11 replies)
... You know I'm thinking about GCA problem the inflammation with the gaient arteries. You know I've been dealing with the left side pain for years now. ... (15 replies)
... there is almost no way to know for sure...my initial symtom was complete numbnes in my left hand and left fingers..after a week of it not going away, ruling out a pinched nerve and carpal tunnel, eventually an MRI was ordered, showing over 50 lesions. ... (5 replies)
... and now wear a leg brace to keep the right leg in position.Go figure.He told me I suffered from depression,stress and anxiety. ... (9 replies)
... The L'Hermittes originates in your brain and the signal runs downward into your body. ... (21 replies)
... If you had to venture a guess, the right brain controls the left side of your body. ... (5 replies)
... and the left half of my lower body, but not at the same time. ... (8 replies)
... I was actually going to start a post earlier in the week about this topic. I was curious as to if lesions on either your spine or in your brain (or both) caused certain symptoms. Like lesions that cause Optic Neuritis are obviously in the brain, but what about numbness / tingling / weakness. I always assumed muscle weakness was related to the spine and the same with the... (5 replies)
... years ago i woke up one morning with a tingling sensation in my left leg, over the following few days it spread to my left arm. My GP referred me to a Neuro who said it could be MS. ... (1 replies)
... I have symptoms from head to toe with lesions on both the brain and C spine. ... (21 replies)
... My Brain MRI was clear but, because the MRI was relatively new at the time I was going through the diagnostic procedure I did not have a MRI of the cervical spine. ... (5 replies)
... Now, that said, while most lesions are found in the brain and cervical spine, the thoracic spine is no stranger to lesions caused by MS. ... (21 replies)
... AND I had not lost my abdominal reflexes which is quite common in MS. I fought her and got her to send me for an MRI. The insurance company authorized the brain MRI without contrast unless there was something suspicious. Turns out they said that it was completely negative. Nothing there. 6 Months later... ... (15 replies)
... Just over a year ago I had my first episode with walking problems. I got out of bed to find that my left leg just wouldn't work. It took me falling twice to figure this out. Silly Dana. ... (6 replies)
... but has left leg with weakness and atrophy , reduced reflexes. ... (1 replies)




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