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... spine done for leg pain and vertigo. ... (4 replies)
... What does my MRI results mean? ... (3 replies)
... on board with this definition. A lesion is a scar. What shows up as a white spot on a MRI is an actual scar where damage has already been done to the myelin sheath. Thus, look at a scar on any part of your skin....does it hurt? ... (6 replies)

... up. My legs gave out completely and I kept falling. Memory loss was happening again, the vertigo, the chronic pain in my back and legs. ... (8 replies)
MRI Question
Sep 16, 2012
... you think I should still ask for the brain scan? ... (15 replies)
... despite the fact that she did tell me my lower back MRI showed a small lesion. ... (8 replies)
Lesion Pain?
Nov 10, 2012
... Does anyone know if they experience pain WHERE the lesion is located in the spine? ... (2 replies)
... hyperintense lesions are identified within the brain stem, most notably within the medulla, just to the left of midline. ... (2 replies)
... Unless you had an orbitol MRI, it will NOT show Optical Neuritis. What were they checking for on the brain MRI? ... (3 replies)
... that will help rule out or show any lesions which could also be causing your pain. By that I mean, I have so many brain lesions, that they affect things like my hands and fingers...I have no use of my left hand, and yet, the hand is FINE. ... (5 replies)
Low back pain
Oct 26, 2006
... Low back pain has subsided for the most part,it has left really bad muscle spasms in the right leg. ... (15 replies)
... I actually asked my doctor this question not too long ago. He said that its impossible to know when a lesion is forming, because most of us have had MS for up to 10 years without a single symptom and until we get a symptom, we wouldnt know we had it. ... (6 replies)
MS pain question
May 6, 2013
... Thank you! I just wasn't sure if it made sense the pain only occurred when taking steps and that I could stop the vibration by jamming one knee into the other. ... (14 replies)
... d day yesterday, just couldn't get on top of pain. When i wake up in morning, if i don't walk about and sit at table i can last longer without the sharp shooting pain in my hip. I was using a small pc chair on wheels to get about downstairs. ... (13 replies)
... being a possibility, but in order to be sure, we needed to do some tests, which the first was an MRI. Fast forward to the results, it showed up a one solid white lesion on the right back part of my brain. My neuro told me he didn't expect to see this at all. ... (11 replies)
... When my MS worsened considerably in 2002, the doctors ran me through the MRI with and without contrast from my brain through my cervical spine. While lesions were present, none were active To explain my leg and hip problems. ... (13 replies)
... are if you get soo many lesions in the same area, that there isnt enough brain tissue to support them...and then the dissipation of the brain tissue shows up as a black hole on an MRI. IT doesnt happen to everyone. ... (11 replies)
... An active lesion is one which is "glowing" on the MRI and currently doing damage. Being on Copaxone, you are supposedly eliminating any future activity. ... (2 replies)
... I have over 55 lesions on my brain. At one time, so many of them were so close together, that they were not countable....years later, that section of my brain now shows up as what is known as a black hole on my MRI. ... (8 replies)
... ever get a fusion on my back as it means i wont be able to have any more treatment if it doesn't work for me. It could turn out that its not that causing me this pain anyway.... ... (13 replies)

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