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... To be positive for MS are there always lesions on the brain or can you have MS with no lesions? ... (6 replies)
Visiting ms clinic
Jun 14, 2008
... alone dx, and isn't necessarily indicative of MS. ... (10 replies)
... Black holes indicates permanent damage in that area. The more lesions you have the more black holes you could possibly have which leads to brain atrophy. ... (8 replies)

... years. My left arm went numb 5 years ago, nobody knows why. I have had migranes most of my life. Last year I had inner ear infections most of the year, and even though the infection is gone, I am still dizzy all the time. I haved episodes of severe bone pain in my legs, along with numbness. ... (6 replies)
... Be sure you are working with a neurologist who deals with MS. And keep coming back here to ask questions. Lastly, ask tough questions of your doctor. Do not leave an appointment with unanswered questions. ... (2 replies)
... I am at the very beginning of this journey of being diagnosed with MS. I have lesions on my brain with a negative LP result. ... (8 replies)
... I was pretty much exactly where you were 6 weeks ago. First thing, do not panic and take a deep breath. You're doing all the right things. ... (26 replies)
... As to why they did the IAC, to a large extent, MS is a dx of exclusion as there are many other conditions that mimic its sx. ... (6 replies)
... are not the same, dont appear the same and can fairly easily be differentiated by a decent radiologist...a Neurologist can definately tell the difference. ... (6 replies)
... didn't remember the Lyme thing. Okay, with Lyme you can have a negative Western Blot and I don't know for sure but I don't THINK you would see improvement in 10 days for sure and certainly, not if it wasn't the right type of antibiotic. ... (26 replies)
... like symptoms for a while now, the worst of which were serious balance and gait problems. I had a contrast MRI of brain and spinal cord about 3 months ago which showed 2 small lesions on the left frontal lobe but they were not "active" at the time. ... (10 replies)
Probable MS?
May 6, 2011
... I know you have had a MRI of the Brain but have you also had a MRI of the Cervical Spinal Cord. ... (2 replies)
... there is absolutely NO WAY you can see lesions and know what you are seeing. ... (11 replies)
... visual issues, weakness, spasticity, poor balance and cognition. ... (5 replies)
... You can have brain lesions and normal LP and still have MS. ... (8 replies)
... Lanahoop, yes, I've read that spinal lesions are more likely to impact mobility than brain lesions. But I've also read that the impact of brain lesions can't really be predicted. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, srenr. First of all, congratulations on your daughter's pregnancy and impending grandmotherhood! ... (10 replies)
... I applaud your doctor for sending you on to an MS specialist. ... (2 replies)
?ms
May 26, 2007
... cal spinal mri that showed minor spinal cord deformity, but didn't say anything about ms. I am scheduled for EMG the first part of June. Is it possible to have brain lesions in MS and not cervical spine lesions? ... (8 replies)
... Some people are diagnosed with MS without showing any lesions in the brain, and yes you can have lesions on your spine. I had a normal MRI the first time and then six months later I have abnormal MRI's, some brain lesions, but the only ones I had any symptoms from was the ones on my spinal cord. ... (2 replies)


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