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... on't know why my dr didn't refer me to one. He saw my concerns and heard my questions but he referred me to nerologyst instead. I should say that I am afraied of the MRI contrast I never had one. What if I develop allergic reaction to it. ... (15 replies)
... Lesions in the brain do not always mean MS. Lesions can come from migrane headaches, prior head trauma and even infections. The size, shape and placement of the lesions is what tells the neurologist if MS should be considered. ... (15 replies)
... You are right, a Rheumy does usually see Sojgrens patients, however thats why I said you might want to make sure whatever Neuro you see is familiar with the disease....if they do not know much about it, they wont know what is Sojgrens and what isnt.. ... (12 replies)

... Lesions, are scar tissue. You have to understand MS to understand how this gets there. ... (1 replies)
... Here are my questions and then some background info on me... ... (3 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... problem was the initial MRI was only the brain, and I had no lesions on my brain. ... (9 replies)
... more tests is seems to always be the story doesn't it. the tests aren't so bad most of the time.they are looking at your spine because ms is a central nervous system disaster. ... (5 replies)
... One thing I want to point out is that you mentioned when the symptoms were worse...heat is an MSers worst nightmare in many cases. ... (7 replies)
... Brain lesions can be caused by several things that I know of. Brain truama or small strokes caused by natural causes or drug useage. ... (18 replies)
... To be positive for MS are there always lesions on the brain or can you have MS with no lesions? ... (6 replies)
... Can anyone please shed some light on what this means? ... (4 replies)
... I was actually going to start a post earlier in the week about this topic. ... (5 replies)
... Lesions can be caused by migranes. Lesions, themselves are scar tissue. ... (4 replies)
What could it be?
Feb 27, 2007
... I'm not sure what advice I could give. You have so many doctors giving you conflicting advice. ... (2 replies)
... I was wondering if low B12 is common in people with MS. My B12 is on the very extreme low side. I have lesions on the brain. Another question I have is I have been reading about it depends where the lesions are for MS to be diagnosed. What does that mean? ... (3 replies)
2 years on avonex
Sep 13, 2007
... ive been on avonex for 2yrs, got my mri yesterday, and after two years i got multiple more lesions on the brain and active demylination......... altho i only saw the report, and didnt speak with neuro yet, but know what he is going to say. ... (9 replies)
... Pida. Try to breathe through all this. You are very anxious which is understandable, but there is no need to make things worse or make yourself sick over it. ... (15 replies)
... For me, the LP or Spinal Tap has always been the final test. The LP is not a specific test for MS and no doctor should decide upon the MS diagnosis based solely on the LP results. ... (11 replies)
... to this, neuropathy is a symtom, not an illness. You can have neuropathy or neuropathic pain, but its not a disease.....its a symtom of a disease and finding out what causes it is what your doctor is doing. An EMG is a very good test to determine why it is happening. ... (2 replies)
... disease can cause the same type of symptoms experienced in MS. ... (7 replies)

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