Hi. :) I hope it's okay for me to write a note here and ask you a question. I read that you said it's mandatory for doctors to test for mimics when they suspect MS and it's malpractice not to. Can you tell me what tests should be done? I don't think this is happening with me and nobody will even consider testing me for something like Lyme Disease because they insist that it doesn't exist in this state. I live in Michigan. Thank you and I pray that you are doing well and having a great day.
Hurting!!!! I went to see an MS specialist and he only wants to see tons of lesions on the brain and spine. I only have two on the brain and none on the spine. Yet, I have left leg burning, no feeling in left toes, right eye orbital pain all the time at a level 5, and rib pain that sends me into tears that happens about 12-15 times a day. I don't have the typical "MS" definitive signs on the MRI to say I have MS and I don't have a Tattoo on my forehead that says "I HAVE MS". I need help as this **** hurts all the time and nobody can seem to tell me if it is MS or something else.
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