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... from past lesion loads. ... (9 replies)
... MS. Nothing really hit me until I woke up to constant and consistent dizziness. I went to the dr and he said I'm developing a brain stem lesion. I've only been on Copaxon for a month and a half so it wasn't long enough to determine if it was working although I'm having a relapse. ... (7 replies)
... Thanks everyone for your responses. MSNik, thanks for making me feel so much better about the brain stem lesion. My neuro scared me a little bit about that. But both you and MSJayhawk have them so I will join your club! ... (8 replies)

... Please help me understand. You wrote "My dr gave me predisone for the dizziness to close the blood brain bearer."....not possible. Steroids, reduce inflammation but have zero to do with the blood brain barrier. ... (7 replies)
... t called me this morning and said she needed to see me right away. I knew why as I had seen the report from the MRI and it said that the lesions were consistent with MS. I knew along with my symptoms that this is what I was dealing with. So, today, Valentines Day, I have my official diagnosis. Happy Valentines day to me! ... (8 replies)
... Hi there. You asked "Anyone here have a lesion in their brain stem? ... (8 replies)
... Oh for sure, but it's still tough. I saw 2 neurologists who had it in my mind, "Your burning mouth syndrome is due to a brain stem lesion". These are the 'experts'. But is an 'expert' a true 'expert', or is the proactive patient in fact, the 'true expert' of their own situation? ... (15 replies)
... I am familiar with healthboards because I have Lupus and several other problems. I am now seeking advice and help for my husband. He is 26 and was diagnosed with MS last week. He has always been very healthy and this is quite overwhelming. He started having a loss of function in the left side of his face. ... (3 replies)
... A MS specialist is a real good start.Vision abnormalities are a beginning symptom of MS,but not all MSers get visual problems.The norm is optical neuritis. ... (6 replies)
... It makes sense in my case that my neurologists I saw suspected 'brain stem lesion', as they have seen cases of BMS resulting from this. I just happened to figure it out myself. ... (15 replies)
... You should start the disease modifying drugs. If you can do anything to slow the progression you should. Why take the chance!! If you get a lesion in your brain stem you could be in a world of hurt, and it would a terrible waste if you could help prevent it. ... (29 replies)
... Yesterday I met with my Dr's nurse practitioner. She's also a Phd and has done all of her work in the area of MS and thus I felt very comfortable with her knowledge and bed side manner. Here's my update. She said CIS and MS is like cutting hairs, at least in my case. ... (4 replies)
My MS Diagnosis
Jul 6, 2008
... I now had motor function problems in my whole right side. With the previous symptoms the neurologist ordered an MRI. ... (14 replies)
... definitely one but possibly two in the cord and one in the brain stem. My question has to do with the location of the lesions and how that relates to disease classification and progression. ... (5 replies)
... Wow, that is a LOT to go through, and a big hug to you hun. Sounds like you've been suffering a long while with this. Electrical going out during the MRI? ... (6 replies)
Attack...Is it MS?
Sep 21, 2007
... Usually when I start to have a flair or attack I get a warning a head of time,usually my acid reflex comes on with advengences.Definately not the norm.But my MS hasn't fit the norm. ... (7 replies)
... and it came back positive so I followed up with him again and he finally diagnosed me so it took about a month in the end...... ... (4 replies)
... From my own personal history, Id say yes. I was put on Rebif imediately after I was dx in 2004 and managed to stay relapse and lesion free for 6 years. At which time, I developed an allergy to the drug and had to stop. I then went med free. ... (5 replies)
... The top of the brain stem or midbrain? ... (3 replies)
... spine.Keep in mind that MS is an individual disease. ... (18 replies)

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