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... I'm in the process of being diagnosed with MS. The best advice I read was to go to a MS specialist. I did and she told me, even though my MRI's are neg. she still thinks I have MS and it can take around 2 to 3 years for lesions to show up. ... (9 replies)
... Thanks, I'm a big time researcher... I always have been and since I'm just getting started on the diagnosis journey and I have not seen a neuro yet, I didn't know this.... I thought it could be helpful... (19 replies)
... Thank you for putting as much info as you did here, I think alot of people can benefit from knowing there are other things besides MS which show these symtoms. ... (19 replies)

MS or anxiety?
Aug 18, 2014
... Anxiety can be a standalone MS mimicry. If you anxiety has been lingering for some time, it can become disabling and mimics MS. Anxiety can also accompany MS. The only way to lay aside any MS or other mimicry is to be seen by an MS Specialist. ... (2 replies)
... You can have MS early on without any noticeable lesions. ... (3 replies)
... If I ran off a 'top ten' for a disease which mimics MS, it might fit you too. Sadly, there does not yet exist a single, specific test for MS. You could very well have one of over 400 known MS mimicries. ... (2 replies)
... I see the eye specialtist with my wife and the guy starts telling me about possible ms while we do some eye test, the only thing I coud see were colours and everything else was a fog. ... (11 replies)
... Since MS is not hereditary how likely would it be for two siblings to have MS? ... (8 replies)
Ms Vers Fibro
Mar 30, 2005
... on the cervical spine that they are keeping half an eyeball on. And if anything changes drastically, I will pursue the MS dx again, as I know the MRI's can turn up negative. ... (8 replies)
... You can also check your local MS Society there to see if they have any programs in your area which might assist you albeit some may only be available after a diagnosis. ... (4 replies)
... ran. Lyme is most often detected in the spinal fluid from a spinal having the spinal is a very good idea. One of the things that is most difficult about MS is diagnosing it...having the disease is a piece of cake, compared to getting a dx! ... (14 replies)
Attack...Is it MS?
Sep 21, 2007
... wow, thats scary, but not at all MS like.... ... (7 replies)
MS Scare.....
Jan 31, 2015
... rgeons like to be able to repair people. If they see nothing surgical, then I think you can "bank on" their sage advice. Rather than a general neurologist, if MS is considered, I would encourage you to seek an MS Specialist. ... (7 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)
... Thats alot more serious...Chiari mimics MS in many, many ways... ... (29 replies)
... There are so many things that mimic MS... Just type mimics MS in your search engine and you will come up with a ton of information. The first thing ordered on me was an MRI... ... (9 replies)
Jun 7, 2016
... o your doctor. Oral counseling, medication, or a balanced combination can benefit you. Lastly, anxiety, if left untreated, can develop to an extent that it mimics MS and can even debilitate like MS. ... (26 replies)
... is that when I go see my MS specialist, he is only interested in talking to me about MS, not anything else that might be going on. ... (19 replies)
... on in only one eye. Had two MRI's done first had 1 lesion the second had several more. My ENT and ID doctor's seem to think it was MS. I guess Meniers disease mimics MS symptoms. I have seen two neurologist and they both said that the lesions are not "typical" MS lesions. That I need to keep and eye on it. ... (2 replies)
Ms ?
Nov 2, 2007
... but rather an underlying autoimmune disorder. The spinal tap came back positive for oligoclonal bands and a high IgG Index level. He has not diagnosed me with MS but thinks it is definately and possibility now. ... (4 replies)

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