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... But I finally requested that a direct comparison be made as when I examined my 2 copies of MRI scans I could most distinctly see more lesions on the left side of my brain than were there in 2007. I am a 59 year old female. ... (11 replies)
... s later show 3 more totalling 9. This has me totally stressed out because I seem to have a MS Episode every 2 months of numbness, vertigo, speech problem, facial twitching etc. The doctor said it was VERY active and don't know why. She also said lesions mean nothing and not to worry about it. ... (8 replies)
What now?
Jan 2, 2012
... I don't have a lot of advice since your emg was normal..Did you get the NCV test with it? ... (10 replies)

... e main symptoms I get are dizziness and muscle twitching, and extreme acid reflux and swollen throat. The dizziness seems to have calmed down, but not the muscle twitching and the swollen throat. I am also developing a small tremor in my left arm and hand when it is extended. ... (4 replies)
... years ago I had brain MRI that showed I had extensive MS type demylianation across the top lobes of my brain. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Parrotsmuggler. I opted to not have any MRIs because whether lesions are present or not is not a definitive diagnosis for M.S. ... (8 replies)
Dormant MS
Sep 24, 2013
... I'm so confused. I was evaluated for MS about 5 years ago because of the many brain lesions showing on my MRI. ... (2 replies)
... The pressure in my mouth I explained with that hospitalization years back has only happened a few times since, but NOTHING like that initial time. Thank goodness. ... (5 replies)
... of MSers have clear MRIs. Another thing to consider is that there can be lesions which can present on your spine and you might not have any lesions on your brain. ... (5 replies)
In tears-
Jun 13, 2006
... antly stretch . The fatigue is so bad, I can't even get out of bed without feeling exhausted and have to get right back in. I feel like an invalid. What is wrong with me? ... (11 replies)
... My head was doing a little spinning come to think of it. I actually was just trying to find some info on MS and came across a site with this message board. I thought that the best thing to do is get involved, that way I won't be so shocked if the diagnosis comes back as positive. ... (33 replies)
Frustrated
Jun 1, 2010
... You are not alone my friend, I have gone through exactly what you're going through with doctors. Since my first symptoms started it took 2 years to finally get treatment for MS, I was diagnosed this February. ... (12 replies)
... I too am cursed with fasciculations. ... (5 replies)
... To make a long story not as long... I've pretty much been told all my life that I would end up with MS. ... (5 replies)
... similar to how I am feeling right now, although I don't have a diagnosis and have no idea really what I do have. Cliff notes version. 15 years of odd symptoms with 4 doctors dancing around possible MS. No real follow up though. ... (29 replies)
... dizzyness. I notice now and then I wake up with numbness but it goes away quickly. I don't recall ever having it before the onset of my symptoms but I would think it could be from many things, other than MS... ... (3 replies)
... Lori, yes they should do brain and c spine MRI's, as the lesions can be in both. ... (6 replies)
... Don't let the words of your neuro make you think your a crazy person.Neuro's are not the most understanding DR's.You'd think since they work with the brain and central nervous system that they would have some consideration for there patients especially when test come up negative. ... (8 replies)
... spine would be riddled with new lesions? ... (3 replies)
... During physical therapy, I developed pain, especially with hamstrings behind knees. Wouldn't go away. Kept getting worse. ... (7 replies)


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