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... Brain MRI showed 12 lesions with one suspicious, but not really typical of MS. ... (1 replies)
... While it is true that I should have SPMS, the neuro told me that the diagnosis for each stage is not "firm". She stated that I have PPMS. There is another gentleman in the same boat as I am with PPMS after a long remission. ... (39 replies)
... of MS has no bearing on age. There are children with progressive forms of MS and there are older people who have RRMS. ... (39 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)
... bands". I followed up with my regular neurologist who basically read me the letter written by the MS specialist, though I'd certainly have hoped he'd also looked at the lab report for the LP! ... (6 replies)
... what is making me scream is the particular Neuro I have seen says she "feels" its not MS as the tests I had would have shown it. Then I hear others say there is no test that can prove it. ... (17 replies)
... hand went numb 4 weeks ago. Still numb, although a little less. Had MRI, no contrast, showed multiple lesions but ischemic they thought. Not typical of MS. Blood work fine except mild anemia, some other stuff I don't know and anticardiolipin was slightly positive. Recheck was apparently normal. ... (29 replies)
... Im slightly confused...Lupus and MS dont have the same symptoms, except for the fatigue...Lupus tests are usually confirmed with blood work, are they not? ... (10 replies)
... combination with the lesion arising within the cervical spinal cord would certainly raise the possibility of demyelination although the number of lesions do not meet the criteria at this time. Differential would include post inflammatory, post infectious and vascular etiology. ... (10 replies)
... in 2006 after many many many dr. visits where they told me to just stop thinking about it and it will go away.."you are fine" they would always tell me. Well my brain MRI showed "several scattered periventricular white matter lesions" it also said they were non specefic. ... (3 replies)
Need info about MS
Nov 15, 2007
... Hi Gunner. First, Im sorry to hear you are having such pain and unusual symtoms and we are happy to answer any questions we can answer for you. However, Im not hearing MS like symptoms. MS is a disease which affects nerves in the Central Nervous System. ... (4 replies)
Mri lesions
Jan 21, 2006
... but she didn't seem to be saying lesions in other areas were NOT MS. ... (4 replies)
... My MRI has 4 Lesions on brain, 2 on spine. ... (0 replies)
... I find myself in a similar boat with no DX. My MRI wasn't normal, but the lesions I have are not MS typical in nature and more indicative of ischemic change or something like that. ... (10 replies)
... about is a very common presenting symptom of MS. No muscle weakness for me, no optic neuritis that I'm aware of, no speech problems, I never had an EMG, and no lesions on my brain stem or spine. I also don't understand what you mean by having a lesion that is suspicious but not really typical of MS. ... (1 replies)
... m the report, the diagnosis "at the top" is the reason why the test is being performed. It is just part of the written order used to obtain your exam. It does NOT mean you have MS and is just used to obtain an exam. ... (9 replies)
Frustrated
Aug 21, 2012
... but in other areas many neurologists may just order films to rule out MS and not the actual MS protocol. ... (12 replies)
? on lesions
Nov 19, 2007
... Shelly, you asked how long it takes for lesions to show up...thats not a science. ... (20 replies)
Spinal Lesions
Feb 10, 2014
... MS is a disease of the central nervous system, which includes the eyes, brain and spine. I have MS and have over 100 lesions. But not one of them is on my spine....they are all in my brain. SO, to specifically answer your question, the answer is no. BUT....MS has no test. ... (11 replies)
... I do want to say that I am just now within the last 2 months have seen a Neurologist. I was seeing a Rheumo, and was tested for all those typical rheumo diseases and they were neg. ... (9 replies)


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