hi Liz, The doctor usually isn't around on the weekends, so I would like to invite you over to the community run MS forum - I am sure your question will stimulate lots of conversation there while you wait for his official answer here.
I'm new to the board, thank all of you for your postings. I have t2 hyperintense lesion in left pericallosal white matter of the frontal lobe with subtle enhancement on the postcontrast sequesences the fingings are suspicious for possibillity of demyelinating disease.
t2 weighed and flair demonstrate focu of increased t2 signal in the white pericallosal white matter of the left lobe that measure 6mm, there isa tiny mm focus of the increase signal of the right pericallosal white matter.
I'm 47 year old male. I don't return to my neuro for two weeks, I had bad headaches that & my eye turned red.
From what I have read to date this may be age related or just the start of demyelinating disease.
The side effects that I think I have is that I feel light headed & fine myself grabbing for handrails more and more.
Could I have anyone's thoughts? What do think is going on I was told if the results were bad I would receive a call,
Hi everyone, I am suffering from nightly leg spasms. the doctor gave me zenaflex 4 mg. I take it about 10 at night. The first 10 days it worked great but now I wake up in agony at 3 in the morning. Does anyone have these spasms and what do you do to ease them? I cannot go on like this. Any help will be appreciated Thank you.
I have type 1 diabetes. I also was just diagnosed with MS. I have pain that starts in the bottom of both my feet and occassionally goes up legs. What is the difference between MS and diabetic neuropathy? Is there a test to determine which this is? My sugar has always been under control until the recent use of steroids, A1C on average 6.5 with no complications from the diabetes. Both relate to nerve damage so how can we tell?Any info would be appreciated.
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