whyRwehere wrote:you can have MS and no lesions
whyRwehere wrote:Just by the by, we had a little discussion about lesions.....you can have MS and no lesions, you can have lesions and have MS, but the lesions don't really correlate with the disability....basically, we are trying to find out from her how do they know it is MS, if they have no definite test of MS, and that is the crux of the matter...nothing is definite, so how can they be definite that they know what he is ill with and how best to help him? Jaded neuros...jaded patients.
Good news: Dr F. did a doppler yesterday and the left jugular is working perfectly still, AND there were 5 other doctors observing him while he worked!!! Thank God for them, they give me hope.
whyRwehere wrote: We should just take drugs for the symptoms, do physio, and wait for a drug for progressives to come out in 2 years time.
My husband wanted to know why he was there....we know all that she shared, gained nothing from the visit, but excessive amounts of stress...
ikulo wrote:whyRwehere wrote:you can have MS and no lesions
I don't think this is correct. Multiple Sclerosis means multiple scars, scars are lesions, so multiple sclerosis means multiple lesions. In fact, i believe have more than one lesion within the brain or spine is one of the factors necessary for a MS diagnosis.
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