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Could this be MS?
Jun 11, 2009
... years, my tingling and pain has never stopped! A lesion in my brain is causing the pain and tingling in my hand and fingers! Sometimes, when it is really hot and humid, it hurts so bad I want to cut my hand off..... ... (42 replies)
... in a wheelchair." I don't care if he was right or wrong but in my opinion that is a stupid thing to say before even conducting the neuro exam. He said the 3 mm lesion on my brain was not indicative of MS and "You don't have an MS brain. ... (28 replies)
... The point of the Evoked Potential test is to figure out how quickly the brain responds to electrical shock and where the damage is. ... (9 replies)

... my hands and fingers have been tingling and burning for 6 years now. ... (27 replies)
My MS Diagnosis
Jul 6, 2008
... years ago in 2002 I went in to see an MD as I had a tingling in my left leg. They did an xray of my spine and couldn't see anything wrong, symptoms went away after a few months that i remember. ... (14 replies)
... The weakness in the legs is more then likely not related to inflammation in your spinal lesion, since I would expect that tingling and numbness too if it was. ... (24 replies)
... t was sinus infection. Needless to say it was not. Brought myself to the ER, had CT and they saw something which brought me to having an MRI. There was a small lesion on the right side of my brain. Had Spinal Tap. Less than four is normal, my number is four. Have yet to see the neurologist.. ... (1 replies)
... that they are caused by a lesion on my brain. Does that make sense? ... (2 replies)
8 months
Aug 25, 2012
... is that one silly lesion STILL causing all these problems? ... (4 replies)
... He said the EMG only checks the bigger nerves rather than the micro nerves in my legs causing that are cool sensations. He said he has seen this problem before and it will go away on its only. ... (33 replies)
... ness and usually where it is coming from. This can be performed on your hands, fingers, legs, feet, basically anywhere...because MS can skew the signal from the brain to the muscle, its a good test to determine if its MS related or if its caused by something else... ... (8 replies)
Jun 21, 2012
... Its not a separate "flare" but there very well may be more than one lesion present causing more than one symtom. Are you on any disease modifying drugs? ... (10 replies)
Tingly Tounge
May 23, 2012
... Actually, the pons and the medulla oblongata are the parts of the brain which control the tounge.....but those arent areas which are normally affected by MS lesions.... ... (3 replies)
... due to migraines i get but that i could still have slow progressing MS. I also have 3 discs in my spine that are damaged so again, i keep suspecting that's whats causing my issues and she just agrees with me. Cant say if she is agreeing just because or if she is thinking something else. ... (5 replies)
... So what is causing my symptoms....All this started in September so isn't this plenty of time for a lesion to show up? ... (20 replies)
... I really don't have any great advice for you as it seems I too am in a similar situation. I was diagnosed with MS in April, 2009... Was also given literature for MS drug therapy, and advised to choose one that I would like to begin. I chose 'Rebif', and was taking these injections 3x/week until September, 2010. My 'new' Neurologist thought I was having reactions to this... (11 replies)
... s. I felt nothing. It was like I had been given an epidural down the length of my left side. I saw a doctor at Urgent care and he couldn't figure out what was causing it either. I finally requested that my PCM refer me to a neurologist. ... (11 replies)
... I guess what has me confused is that your herniation is in C6. From what I have always understood, if there is damage in the spinal column, a person is affected from that point down. I can only post partial information here, but C6 affects the neck muscles, shoulders, tonsils, and C7 affects the thyroid gland, bursa in the shoulders, elbows, ulnar nerve . . . and so on... (4 replies)
... o contrast in November, and I had one periventricular lesion along the posterior horn of the right lateral ventricle, along with several smaller juxtacortical lesions in both parietal lobes. ... (5 replies)
Revisiting MS
Feb 4, 2014
... which was a Godsend! During this time I had several MRIs, a LP, an EMG, and various other tests performed. Well way back then it was thought if you didn't have brain lesions then you didn't have MS. ... (8 replies)

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