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... 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)
... h of irritable bladder, and have felt electric shocks through my torso. a visit to my neurosurgeon last week involved a very casual suggestion that maybe i have MS and he basically threw me out of the exam room. ... (5 replies)
... If you do go on to another neurologist, you might want to think about going to an MS specialist. There are enough similarities so that this kind of perspective might be helpful. ... (11 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)
... I'm not sure if this is true but someone else in the same boat told me that there are only 4 MS specialist in NYC! ... (19 replies)
Possible MS?
Jan 4, 2007
... Yes this sounds like MS. But there are several things that also mimic MS symptoms. No you are not a hypochondriac. Some docs just don't listen or want to be bothered by their patients. ... (4 replies)
... If it makes you feel any better, 14 is younger than the norm. Not to say a 14 year old can't have MS, just that it's not as frequent. As was already posted, MS mimics MANY other things so it's possibly not MS at all. Go see your doctor and if he or she feels it is warranted, they will refer you to a neurologist. ... (2 replies)
... uest for a diagnosis. It was weird in that the sensation returned fairly quickly, but it was startling enough that I can't just ignore it. I've had symptoms of MS on and off through the years. My brain MRI was negative, but there is some sort of old lesion or cyst showing up on my cervical spine. ... (3 replies)
Anyone?
Dec 6, 2004
... I beleived in them and it cost me a year of treatment. I have a life, MS is two little letter for me, that's all I'll ever let it be to me anymore. I don't fear it,I won't. ... (6 replies)
Not Sure
Jan 14, 2016
... MS mimics 400 other diseases. ... (10 replies)
So far not MS?
Aug 11, 2014
... OK, thank you. My neurologist is one of the best in the country so I assumed he knew what to look for. I just didn't know anything at all about MS 2 months ago. I'm learning as I walk through this process. I will think about taking my images and results to an MS specialist. Thanks. ... (7 replies)
Possible MS?
Oct 14, 2013
... I am terrified this will be a years process like I have heard others descibe for a dx. If I have MS I just want to know so I can start trying to take measures to prevent a relapse. What happened a few weeks ago was so sudden and so scary. ... (33 replies)
... arms, but a little delayed in my legs. I know this points away from MS since that means peripheral damage. ... (7 replies)
... Honestly, please relax. The chances of this being MS are one in 400. ... (3 replies)
... FYI, there are other places MS lesions can be found besides the periventricular region although it is true that they tend to be deeper in the white matter. ... (3 replies)
... I have asked repeatedly for a spinal tap, since the plaque, that would be indicative of MS is not present. I have read that the cell destruction from the myelin destruction would be evident in the fluid. ... (19 replies)
... and presented case histories of individuals who were diagnosed as having MS though, upon abstaining from aspartame, found that their symptoms disappeared. How is this possible? ... (6 replies)
... Some of your symptoms definitely fall under MS but the nails turning blue thing sounds more like a circulation problem. Unfortunately MS mimics so many other things it's really hard to diagnose. Have you had an MRI done or any bloodwork? ... (2 replies)
... An EMG is used to rule neuropathy,radiculopathy and myopathy, MS mimics so many other diseases and disorders and the rule of thumb to a proper diagnosis is by eliminating other disorders. ... (10 replies)
... remitting MS is that symptoms do come and go. ... (3 replies)


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